Mount McKinley’s name will be restored to Denali, its traditional Alaska Native name, the White House announced.
Sarah Palin interviewed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Friday on One America News Network’s “On Point.” Watch video of the full interview here.
Bernie Sanders married Jane O’Meara in 1988. Learn more about the presidential hopeful’s wife here.
Peggy Hubbard took to Facebook to tell the world “Police brutality? How about black brutality. You black people, my black people, you are the most violent motherf**kers I have ever seen in my life.”
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan has become the first trans-person to work at the White House. Another great leap forward.
Former President Jimmy Carter has revealed following his liver surgery that he’s suffering from cancer.
John Kasich, Ohio’s governor, said at the 2016 Republican primary debate that he can love someone who is gay without supporting gay marriage.
Check out the top 10 best and funny Donald Trump quotes from the GOP Presidential Debate 2015.
Megyn Kelly asked Donald Trump about his history of making negative comments toward women, like calling them a “fat pig.” Trump centered on O’Donnell and she tweeted back.
Ted Cruz, a Republican U.S. Senator from Texas, was born in Canada, but his mother was a U.S. citizen, so he is eligible to run for president.
Chris Christie and Rand Paul battled during the first Republican debate about NSA surveillance and how to protect America from terrorists. Watch it here.
Jeb Bush says they called him Veto Corleone when he was the governor of Florida because he vetoed 2,500 separate line items during his eight years in office.
Check out all the info on John Kasich’s net worth and salary for 2015.
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Scott Walker went to Marquette University but did not graduate. He left school to take a full-time job.