On Sunday night, Oprah Winfrey interview Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about their time in the White House. Mouths dropped across the world as Markle talked about the racism she faced as a member of the Royal family.
The nation is, at the moment, very polarized. The last two elections could have swung on just around 100,000 votes. So it behooves both the Democratic and Republicans parties to embrace all types of voters.
While the majority of Republicans refused to convict Donald Trump, most were at least willing to admit that he had done something wrong.
That isn’t the case with Ron Johnson, though. The Wisconsin senator not only voted to acquit Trump, he has also been downplaying the seriousness of the January 6th Capitol attack.
CNN's Don Lemon coolly challenged Trump for his endless obsession with former President Barack Obama by asking why Obama is under his skin?
The caller’s threat came amid continued attacks on the media from Trump, who has described the press as “the enemy of the people” and “fake news.”
Don Lemon of CNN splashed cold water on the faces of those few Americans who remain in denial and opened his show by saying, "The President Of The United States is racist."
In the midst of his advertisers fleeing by the minute, Fox News's Bill O'Reilly went after CNN's Don Lemon with a claim that Lemon didn't cover the Susan Rice story. The CNN host shot back and took down O'Reilly for not covering his own sexual harassment scandal.
"I was quoting is what they were saying last night that I observed on your network, and...their hatred for white people and that saddens me greatly"
Donald Trump's presidential campaign is literally losing red states by the day, so what is the Republican presidential nominee doing? He is sending angry tweets to MSNBC's Joe Scarborough.
During Friday morning's broadcast of Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski tried with all of her might to give Jeff Roorda, the business manager of the St. Louis Police Officers Association, every opportunity to walk back comments he made to Fox News the previous day about Ferguson protesters wanting "dead cops."
Prior to the airing of the special, CNN decided to crowdsource questions from Twitter using the hashtag #AskACop. As one might expect, CNN did not get the type of responses that they hoped for.
Late Monday evening, CNN's Don Lemon, still on the scene in Ferguson, provided breaking news regarding an alleged audio recording taken at the time 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown was shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
An article posted by the Huffington Post on Sunday evening reveals that Justin Cosma, a Ferguson police officer who arrested two reporters for sitting at a McDonald's in Ferguson, is currently dealing with a civil rights lawsuit due to an incident where he hog-tied a 12-year-old boy.