Trump supporter has tried repeatedly to make amends for a tweet from months ago — are there not some double standards at work in Hollywood?
The William Shakespeare play was added to the Stationer’s Register on July 22, 1598 — here’s the history
'And they can be at their weakest when they assume a prerogative to comment on problems outside their competence'
'We both felt like we were going to die, hoping by some chance nobody' had caught wind of their 'nasty argument,' says a humbled hubby
Democrat and media-type claims of treason by the president are rendered utterly ridiculous by these publicly available facts
As posed on 'The Ingraham Angle': Do the late-night hosts ever go after anyone on the Left, or are they just activists?
Seventh and final book in the fantasy series was released on July 21, 2007 — check out some of its oddest (and yet quite real) terms
This is the same New Jersey Democrat who previously said he would oppose any Supreme Court nominee the chief executive submitted
Past CIA Director John Brennan's extreme attacks and accusations against the president prompt call for new application of Hatch Act
If patrons showed a parish bulletin, they received 10 percent off — but the Freedom From Religion Foundation stepped in and raised a ruckus
Loyal customer winds up saving the day for a beleaguered Baskin-Robbins owner in Vallejo, California
National competition for Christian youth, in its 20th year, stresses creativity and a lifelong devotion to growing closer to God
Current political power structures on Capitol Hill create perverse but strong incentives for lawmakers to serve special interests