A Nashville-area Chamber of Commerce executive resigned from her job after posting a bizarre Facebook rant blaming “LGBT blah blah blah” for ABC’s decision to cancel Tim Allen’s sitcom “Last Man Standing.”
In an interview with The Economist this week, Trump said “maybe” he’d release his tax returns after leaving the White House. Here’s his history of avoiding to release his tax returns dating back to 2011.
A potential Facebook Live horror story ended happily in Macon, Georgia this week, as viewers of a would-be suicide called 911 in time for police to stop it.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate (and Minnesota native) Corey Stewart ignited an online firestorm over his opposition to New Orleans’ decision to remove monuments praising white supremacy and the Confederacy.
The lawyer for InfoWars’ Alex Jones, famous for conspiratorial railing against “fake news” and “false flag attacks,” says that Jones is merely a “performance artist” who is “playing a character.”
Days before the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit in January, Florida health inspectors found multiple safety code violations in the kitchen of Mar-A-Lago, Trump’s “Winter White House.”