If only history textbooks were as exciting as these cinematic masterpieces. From Platoon, to Malcolm X, to 12 Years a Slave, these movies take a detailed and important look at America's past. WatchMojo..
U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has issued a grand jury subpoena to another associate of longtime Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone, a lawyer for Andrew Miller, the subject of the subpoena, said on..
U.S.. special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 12 Russian agents for interfering in our 2016 presidential election offers a stunning document, and I’m guessing that not everybody had time to.. The Wrap
The first half of 2018 on Donald Trump's Twitter timeline has been full of confusion, anger, and a whole heap of presidential typos.
The news cycle has moved at a breakneck speed, and so has.. Mashable
Highlights of this day in history: The Korean War begins; Custer meets his end at the Battle of Little Bighorn; John Dean testifies before the Senate Watergate Committee; Author George Orwell born;.. USATODAY.com
Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano dropped the W-bomb on Fox Business Network Wednesday morning, saying the controversy surrounding FBI bias “ranks with” the Watergate scandal… and might.. Mediaite
Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman on Saturday said President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, "may never see the outside of a jail cell" after a federal judge revoked his.. Newsmax
As hundreds of high-powered advertising and media executives descend on Cannes this week for a flurry of meetings, marketing stunts, and boozy yacht parties, there's an undercurrent of deep uncertainly.. Business Insider
Because The Trump Doctrine is so stupid, check out today's midday links: John Oliver on 'Stupid Watergate,' IHOb rebranding, Netflix hiring binge, Domino's Pizza filling in potholes, Vice grifters, and.. Gothamist
Remember the end of Frost/Nixon when Nixon says "When the president does it, it's not illegal"? And it's this big gotcha moment because he's admitting he thinks he's above the law? Well, if ever the.. Perez Hilton
Robert Mueller doesn't speak publicly about his investigation and his office is fighting news outlets seeking information. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks. NPR
Watergate happened in audio. Bless his patriotic soul, President Nixon generously bugged his own offices and tapped his own phones. It was Nixon’s own unmistakable voice, conspiring on dirty tricks.. L.A. Times