GO AD-FREE FOR $1

Trump gloated about John McCain's cancer and cruelly mocked Meghan for crying: Michael Wolff

In the latest tell-all book about the Trump presidency, "Siege: Trump Under Fire," journalist Michael Wolff claims that Donald Trump leveled mean insults at everyone in his vicinity -- including supporters.

Keep reading... Show less

Paul Manafort to be held in solitary confinement in notoriously violent Rikers jail

President Donald Trump's former campaign advisor, Paul Manafort, is likely to end up in Rikers Island, the notorious New York City jail, reports the New York Times.

Keep reading... Show less

WATCH: British TV debate erupts as conservative gets hammered for defending Trump's visit

President Donald Trump visited the United Kingdom on Monday, provoking mass protests. The first couple was welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Charles' wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Keep reading... Show less

Ex-CIA operative blasts Kushner: 'Stunning arrogance from the young American prince'

Jared Kushner has styled himself as a policy wonk in the Trump administration, taking on projects as diverse as criminal justice reform and Mideast peace--despite having multiple conflicts of interest that led career officials to question granting him security clearance.

Keep reading... Show less

New York Times wonders if doctors should just let drug addicts die

Over the weekend, as the journalism world fiercely debated whether it’s OK to make fun of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the New York Times—without stirring much controversy—asked if doctors should let people die if they’re addicted to drugs.

Keep reading... Show less

Kalief Browder's mom dies of a broken heart after son hangs himself following horrific Rikers ordeal

Kalief Browder is dead because of a backpack. At the age of 16, the teenager was arrested because a man accused him of stealing his bag. He was thrown into Rikers, the notoriously abusive New York City jail, where he was incarcerated without trial for three years because his family couldn’t round up $3,000 to pay his bail.

Keep reading... Show less

Secretive drug supplier insists that selling lethal injection drugs is free speech

A pharmacy that sold lethal injection drugs used by the state of Missouri to execute 16 people is trying to keep its identity a secret. And on what grounds should execution drug suppliers be free from public scrutiny? The pharmacy claims that selling execution drugs is political expression shielded by the First Amendment.

Keep reading... Show less

Here are the 10 unfunniest parts of this Koch brothers' guide to being a funny conservative

The American free market can rest easy. Charles and David Koch have sunk their money into countering the only part of Donald Trump’s message that isn’t completely insane: his critique of trade deals and occasional defense of social security.

Keep reading... Show less

Don't Sit on the Sidelines of History. Join Raw Story Investigates and Go Ad-Free. Support Honest Journalism.