Quite a stand-up routine from Rep. Ralph Norman!
Here’s everything you don’t know about Cody Wilson.
Models of different sizes and shapes walked the runway at fashion week and embraced more body positivity.
The women were trapped in dangerous Hurricane Florence flood waters while being transported by police in South Carolina.
The rock star described the leader of the Catholic Church as “an extraordinary man for extraordinary times.”
“[Trump} has the most powerful job in the world. Like, you really got this much time that you can comment on me?” James said.
Before Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Kavanaugh, there were Anita Hill’s against Thomas.
Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser has been bombarded with death threats and harassment, and has reportedly gone into hiding.
“We’ll get through this and we’ll get off to the races,” the Nevada GOP senator said. He seeks re-election this year.
The suspect in the shooting, who has been identified as Snochia Moseley, is among those who died.
“There have been calls to jail Trump since the day he was elected, and today he was certainly put behind bars.”
Company chairman Jack Ma said the commitment had been predicated on a “friendly U.S.-China partnership.”
He reportedly suggested Spain build a barrier across the Sahara desert to curb migration into Europe.
Tyrion Lannister would be proud.
Johnson and Jimmy Fallon broke Hart’s heart with this spoof bit.
Pete Souza used an old photograph of Barack Obama and Merrick Garland to make a point about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The president was called a “complete narcissist” for what he said to survivors of Hurricane Florence.
The “Full Frontal” host used the medium of rhyme to break it down.
The president said he didn’t like to use the term “deep state.” These old tweets prove otherwise.
Authorities have received more calls about Grant Robicheaux, who appeared in a Bravo reality show, and Cerissa Riley.
The president often leaps to the defense of men when they’re accused by women.
“Late Show” goes deep undercover to confirm Stormy Daniels’ book.
“Late Show” host hammers conservatives who support the Supreme Court nominee despite a sexual assault allegation.
Some people turned the packages in to law enforcement. Officials are searching for the ones who did not.
The California lawmaker was the first to hear Blasey’s allegation of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh.
The president claims looking into sexual assault allegation isn’t the bureau’s “thing.” It could be, if he’d just ask.
He owes a debt to the system that got him here.
“Would you worship a donkey or an elephant? The choice is yours,” the ad read.
Blasey’s week is the best example of why survivors rarely speak up.
The twin fires of the Mendocino Complex destroyed 280 structures, killed one firefighter and injured four other people.
The son of the late Billy Graham said that even if Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation of sexual assault is true, it shouldn’t matter.
Trump also told two survivors to “have a good time.”
Buruma’s exit follows the Review’s publication of an essay by a disgraced former Canadian radio personality.
The Defense Distributed founder texted the girl photos of his penis and described himself as a “big deal,” according to an arrest affidavit.
Los Angeles is preparing to pull fur off the shelves for good.
The fact that they won’t speaks volumes.
Delaying a Supreme Court confirmation vote until after an election isn’t anything new. Republicans did it with Merrick Garland.
The two women drowned in a sheriff’s office van near the Little Pee Dee River.
“The American public really is expecting something more,” Hill said of the Senate’s handling of sexual assault claims against Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh.
Not even a “Peter Rabbit” DVD can convince Yeoh to allow Henry Golding to appear on “The Late Late Show.”
Workers at U.S. Steel and ArcelorMittal say they’re not benefitting from the industry’s gains.
Former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle had been slated to join her boyfriend in Bozeman.
Pennsylvania officials said it was the largest stockpile of child porn the state has ever seen.
“The Voice” coach and singer inadvertently confirmed the news to Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”
The actor took aim at the president in his acceptance speech.
She also called the Trump family “a bunch of monsters” during her interview with HuffPost.
The storm took away homes and loved ones. Now, kids dealing with anxiety and depression are losing familiar classrooms.
Alex Elegudin is tasked with making the outdated New York City transit network more accessible.
The death toll from the storm rose to at least 37 in three states Tuesday, with 29 fatalities in North Carolina.