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A pair of legs found in a dumpster in one of Rome’s swankiest neighborhoods led back to a gruesome crime.
Two male GOP politicians sink to new levels of jerkitude.
The hateful banners have been there for months, but few seemed to notice until Charlottesville. Neighbors stopped in the street, stunned.
One Twitter user called Kimmel a “snowflake” who should “stop crying” on TV.
The man who had been so excited to Manhattan that a dark, dingy studio seemed a palace not mostly stays away from his tower rising up from streets where he is booed.
The self-described “white hat” security hacking collective is notorious for penetrating the social media accounts of everyone from BuzzFeed to Wikipedia.
The ‘Late Night’ host didn’t hold back in offering his frank assessment of President Trump’s insane Charlottesville press conference.
Members of the intelligence community want the Navy to “explain how the fck he still has access to classified information.”
Protesters came to Seattle to denounce what they called a monument to Marxism. They didn’t know it’s for sale for $250,000.
Faced with potentially devastating consequences for the health insurance market, President Trump reversed course on threats to end Obamacare subsidies in August.
Before he was President, Trump loved giving shout-outs to the ‘haters and losers’ on Twitter. And that’s who showed up in Charlottesville.
The neo-Nazi hub has faced difficulty maintaining a consistent web presence after losing stamina in its battle against several domain hosts.
A president who billed himself as a champion of business finds himself with fewer and fewer top corporate allies.
The brother of the Polish man who allegedly kidnapped British model Chloe Ayling has been arrested in England as a co-conspirator in Black Death sex ring case.
The former New York governor views the entertainer as another Reagan-style candidacy, not another Trump.
For once, both sides of a ‘Fox & Friends’ “debate” agreed that Trump was wrong. And, of course, the host wasn’t having it.
Dean Obeidallah claims the white supremacist website fabricated tweets of his that said he supported and helped carry out a jihadist bombing in England. Now he fears for his life.
Progressive groups have been trying to turn CEOs against the president. After Charlottesville, they’re going in for the kill.
In the wake of President Trump’s widely denounced Tuesday presser, Joe Scarborough asked, ‘Why is Jared Kushner still there? How does he justify this? How does he sleep at night?’
The custody battle between Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams and his ex-wife Aryn Drake-Lee just got a whole lot nastier, with allegations of violent road-rage and promiscuity.