On Saturday, Fox News host and perennial Donald Trump booster Sean Hannity had an angry meltdown on Twitter at the New York Times. Within minutes, he got neatly owned by three of the newspaper's writers.
A profile of First Lady Melania Trump in Vanity Fair magazine paints the former model as bored and disinterested with the duties of First Lady and sources close to Mrs. Trump say that she has been fairly dragged along behind her husband’s political ambitions against her will.
FBI Director James Comey was trying to defend his agency against potential accusations of favoritism when he went forward with a letter to Congress last November informing members of the House and Senate that the FBI was investigating new evidence regarding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State.
Some of President Donald Trump’s top aides worry that too much of his time is unscheduled and unsupervised, which — in the past — has led to serious unforced errors that undermine him and his administration.
“I’ve worked with murderers and rapists, I can recognize dangerousness from a mile away,” one psychiatrist said. “You don’t have to be an expert on dangerousness or spend fifty years studying it like I have in order to know how dangerous this man is.”
Adam Savage, a star of the long-running Discovery Channel show, “Mythbusters,” will be a keynote speaker at the March for Science in San Francisco on Saturday. STAT’s Charlie Piller spoke with him to get his thoughts about the event and the state of the science.