Apropos to nothing, President Donald Trump on Friday evening tweeted in an apparent attack on Democratic operative and Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz — but got her name wrong, and instead called her “Wendy.”
An actress best known for her role on the Superman-themed series “Smallville” has been arrested by the FBI for her alleged role as a recruiter in a secretive “sex cult” that reportedly trafficked women.
Trump attorney Michael Cohen has long been assumed to be fanatically loyal to his boss — but a new report from the New York Times casts doubt on just how loyal Cohen would be if he came under legal pressure.
A pastor moonlighting as a school bus driver in Minnesota who has twice been caught proselytizing to children complained that being taken off his route for leading children in prayer violates his First Amendment rights.
This week, a New York Times report revealed President Donald Trump is paranoid that Vice President Mike Pence or United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley might run against him in 2020. Now it seems he might have a reason to be afraid.
During a clandestine meeting earlier this month in Pyongyang, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un told CIA director and secretary of state nominee Mike Pompeo that the country would release three detained American citizens during the upcoming summit with President Donald Trump.