Editor’s Note (8/1/2018): The original story that appeared here has been updated after editorial review. The reasons are outlined in the updated piece.
Karen white woman has been caught exposing her whole racist ass on camera, berating a Latino man and telling him that Mexicans are “drug dealers, rapists and animals” as she spouted some of Donald Trump’s greatest hits from the 2016 campaign trail.
Roger Stone said that a Russian national approached him in May 2016 with damaging information about Hillary Clinton and wanted $2 million in exchange, the Washington Post reports.
In a secret assessment from September, the CIA concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, according to an explosive report from the Washington Post.
The Crusader, the official newspaper of the Ku Klux Klan, has announced its support for the candidacy of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in its current issue, the Washington Post reports.
A Des Moines, Iowa, woman has been arrested for voting twice this month for Donald Trump in the general election, reports USA Today.
The Arizona Republic has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, and it is the first time in the history of the newspaper that it has backed a Democrat.
Keith Lamont Scott’s tragic shooting by police and the subsequent rage in Charlotte, N.C., could not have happened at a worse time—or in a worse place politically. Intersecting unrest is the larger backdrop of what is, arguably, the nation’s most extreme top-to-bottom-ballot battleground state this election cycle.
The nation’s largest police labor organization announced its endorsement of Donald Trump for president on Friday.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has reportedly secured the vote of President Barack Obama's half brother, Malik Obama, Reuters reports.
Hillary Clinton will not face charges in the email scandal, Attorney General Loretta Lynch officially announced Wednesday evening, USA Today reports.
A new short story by your fave, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, is slated to run on the cover of the New York Times Book Review's July 4 weekend issue, according to a press release.