CNN has laid off Chris Cillizza and a number of reporters and also ended all live programming on CNN Headline News.
Kanye West, now known as just Ye, said that he likes Hitler and sees a lot of good in him. West recently dined with Trump and has been supported by House Republicans.
What if Democrats offered up John Boehner, trying to attract twenty to thirty Republicans who aren't interested in having to please Marjorie Taylor-Greene?
Sen. Lindsey Graham announced that he is working with Sen. Elizabeth Warren to unveil a digital regulatory commission to regulate social media companies.
A new poll shows that the American people already overwhelmingly disapprove of the incoming Republican House majority.
The next leader of the House Democratic Caucus, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), said that the Democrats' primary goal is making life better for everyday Americans.
New House Democratic Whip Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA) offered moderate Republicans to work with Democrats during the new Democratic leadership press conference.
CNN CEO Chris Licht is doing what his new major shareholders want him to do, transition CNN into a cheap money-making machine and turn the ship starward.
It appears that Ron DeSantis insists that Musk has the right to do whatever he wants with Twitter, but Apple, on the other hand, should be controlled by Congress if it decides to kick Twitter off the App Store.
The Senate passed the Respect For Marriage Act which codifies gay and interracial marriage in a bipartisan vote.
Dr. Oz is reportedly desperate to return to daytime television, but his US Senate campaign in Pennsylvania was such a disaster that no one will touch him.
In the Mitch McConnell/Donald Trump feud, the best outcome would be mutually assured destruction.
House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was finally forced to comment on Trump's dinner with Nick Fuentes and he dodged and didn't condemn Trump.
Trump tried to get out of the January 6th suits against him by saying he was performing presidential duties in protecting the constitution. It didn't work.
Rachel Maddow explained why Trump elevating Nazis by having dinner with them is not politics as usual.
Republicans are so worried that Trump would come to Georgia and blow the Senate runoff that they are keeping him out of the state.
A new Wall Street Journal editorial hammered Trump for his Holocaust-denier dinner.
CNN's Don Lemon was relentless as he got a former Trump official to condemn the failed ex-president for dining with Nazis and Anti-Semites.
Kellyanne Conway left the White House roughly six months before the 1/6 attack and Trump's coup, but she is testifying before the 1/6 Committee.
Governor Kristi Noem wants Ronna McDaniel gone, saying there is only so much losing that one can tolerate before... They need to win.