Alec Baldwin will host “Saturday Night Live” for a 17th time on Saturday, but will he bring back his Donald Trump impersonation?
New Democratic Party member of Parliament, Nathan Cullen, said it was going to be hard for him to take Palin seriously because she wouldn’t know the truth “if it jumped up and knocked her on the head.”
WikiLeaks put out a news release Monday demanding the United Kingdom and Sweden ensure Assange's free movement around the world and "restore [his] liberty."
Barack Obama used the law, which had previously failed in Congress, to attack on his 2008 election opponent, John McCain.
In his first face-to-face cable interview — a Sean Hannity sit-down that partially aired Tuesday — the WikiLeaks founder fiercely fought back against recent claims the leaked emails from Democratic leaders came from Russia.
WikiLeaks had posted hacked emails from Palin’s account when she was John McCain’s vice presidential pick during the 2008 election.
Many world leaders agree the U.N. is not a perfect body, but argue that it is better than returning to the decades of global conflict that preceded its inception.
"Russia’s getting out of hand? So says the defeated," Palin tweeted.
Global real estate head for Blackstone Group Jonathan is reported under consideration even though he contributed the max to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
How did Hillary Clinton’s most influential supporters react to her loss in the 2016 presidential election?
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine went into the debate with an easy task: Don't look worse than Trump.
Bristol Palin’s former fiancé, Levi Johnston, and his wife Sunny Johnston are hoping to raise $5,000 to help them with legal fees.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee has put his faith in a D.C. insider who helped John McCain in his failed 2008 campaign.
The presumptive Republican nominee will meet the GOP’s foreign policy veteran Wednesday in New York, according to a report.
The presumptive GOP nominee said most of the names his surrogate mentioned are not under consideration to join him on the ticket.
Seeking party unity, the House speaker conferred Thursday with the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee. Both called it "a great conversation."