Beauty queens and pageant producers were scratching their heads Wednesday at the uproar over reports that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called former Miss Universe Alicia Machado “Miss Piggy” when she gained too much weight.
Donald Trump on Wednesday opened up a new line of attack against Hillary Clinton, warning that her track record shows the White House will be up for sale if she is elected president.
It was billed as President Obama’s farewell to the troops, but the president came under some tough questioning from soldiers Wednesday about his policies on women in the military, problems in veterans’ health care and his reluctance to utter the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism.”
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson repeatedly blanked when asked by MSNBC host Chris Matthews “who’s your favorite foreign leader?”
The administration wants to use the IRS to hawk Obamacare, drawing fire from Republicans, who fear President Obama is turning the tax agency into part of his political operation by enlisting it in the health care effort.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama arrived on separate planes within minutes of each other at Joint Base Andrews on Wednesday evening — he on Air Force One, she on a plain white jet.
A top state-level Republican questioned how Alicia Machado, the former Venezuelan beauty queen who says Donald Trump demeaned her, became a U.S. citizen this year, given a checkered past that included allegations of threatening a judge and involvement in a drive-by shooting.
Courting a group of voters key to her White House hopes, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday joined with one-time rival Sen. Bernard Sanders in pleading with millennial voters to turn out in November and take a step toward making progressive goals such as debt-free college a reality.
A Hollywood powerhouse came forward this week to speak well of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox News, Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight called the candidate “an extraordinary fellow who has accomplished much in his life,” adding that Mr. Trump remains “clear and strong” even at the end of a 12-hour day — and is exceptionally considerate to event staff and other personnel he encounters on the campaign trail.
Senate Democrats on Tuesday asked Yahoo for answers about its handling of the recently revealed data breach that resulted in more than 500 million accounts being compromised by hackers.
Camilla Hansson, who competed as Miss Sweden in the 2014 Miss Universe pageant, defended Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Wednesday over allegations he called former Miss Universe Alicia Machado “Miss Piggy” when she gained weight.
Republicans and Democrats linked arms and delivered a stinging defeat to President Obama on Wednesday, voting to override his veto of a bill that would give victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks a chance to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts over the behavior of Saudi officials they believe may have been complicit in the attack.
President Obama is delivering his farewell to U.S. troops as commander in chief Wednesday at Fort Lee, Virginia, with a town-hall style meeting.
FBI Director James Comey said he’s not going to reopen the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, telling Congress on Wednesday that none of the recent revelations since he closed the case in July “would come near” to triggering that extraordinary step.
The Senate cleared its pre-election agenda Wednesday by passing a bill to stave off a government shutdown and combat the Zika virus, after leaders from both parties broke a stalemate over funds for the Flint, Michigan, water crisis.