It is as plain as the shape of the White House, even after just this first hearing, that Trump committed treason. While the Department of Justice plods forward with their work, the American public is already seeing the truth.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke accused Texas' GOP leaders of "doing nothing and offering us nothing" in the wake of the massacre at Robb Elementary School.
Comic scribe Toby Morton has become a growing (or groaning) thorn in the side of Ultra-MAGA politicians with his own versions of their campaign websites.
A whistleblower says a plan to build a grain elevator on an old plantation would disrupt important historical sites, including possibly unmarked graves of enslaved people, and that her cultural resource management firm tried to bury her findings.
There is a big difference between Alison Janey's portrayal of a brilliant press secretary and Jen Psaki's performance of her job: Jen Psaki's responses were all her own and not the product of a well-written script, hashed out and rehearsed before hand.
A document trove shows firsthand how drug companies targeted doctors and used information purchased from data brokers to rank them and gain insight on how many of their drugs each doctor prescribed each week.
When confronted with racist passengers, Lyft driver James Bode immediately did the right thing. And recorded the entire incident.
Unlike the majority of Republicans who chose to remain under the influence of Trump's blatant fascism and the corruption of what used to be Republican values, Steve Schmidt remains vocal about calling these facts out.