January 10, 2017 Archive January 2017

Mitch McConnell's Obamacare incoherence: The GOP Senate leader's absurd case for quick repeal

The worst of the backlash: Meryl Streep's speech is everything that is wrong with Hollywood and liberals, according to conservatives

Donald Trump claims all the "dress shops" in Washington, D.C. are sold out for his inauguration. We found hundreds of available gowns

Look Again: The day's most compelling images from around the globe

State Republicans are worried about the GOP's decision to get rid of Obamacare

Ride-sharing apps still racially discriminate against passengers

The conflicts of interest Donald Trump recently canceled added up to less than $400,000

Donald Trump's rabbi: Why is the founder of the Museum of Tolerance praying at the inauguration of a president who spews hate?

She's a trainwreck: new book speculates about the human propensity for trash talk

It's time to give Cuba the credit it deserves for its global medical accomplishments

Celebrities to turn out for women's march on Washington

Life and death of Tilikum: "Notorious" orca's death yet another cry for help for captive killer whales

"Oh yeah, I've done lots and lots of therapy over the years and I got sober": Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones' memoir

"Strike a Pose," a documentary about the kids that taught Madonna and the world to vogue

WATCH: Florida airport shooters' gun returned by FBI one month before rampage

WATCH: "Tension between communities and police is a national security issue" — Author April Ryan speaks out against racial profiling

Donald Trump's conflicts aren't going away: The president-elect has taken few steps to disentangle from his businesses

From dodging bears to dissecting deer doodoo: Life on the front lines of America's conservation movement

1969 vs. 2017: When Black Panthers aligned with Confederate-flag-wielding, working-class whites

Regressiveness, tyranny or both? There's more than one way to resist Donald Trump

House GOP quietly acknowledges that repealing Obamacare might raise spending

Jason Chaffetz will still investigate President Obama and Hillary Clinton, ignore Donald Trump's conflicts of interest

WATCH: Don't normalize white supremacy, the president of Media Matters tells journalists

No, Mitch McConnell, we're not going to "get past" it — the president your voters elected is a dangerous idiot

The massive election-rigging scandal the media ignored

Bernie Sanders: Donald Trump has to rescue Obamacare and admit he's a liar

Legal experts weigh in: Is Jared Kushner's appointment a violation of federal anti-nepotism laws?

A spirit of petty vengeance: Trump's desire to purge all Obama appointees could do major damage

Clean energy legacy: Obama becomes first sitting president to write for Science journal

WATCH: Erosion of “Judeo-Christian ethics” led to the rise of Trump

Conservatives sound off: 4 people who were offended by Meryl Streep's speech

How will Donald Trump govern? Or will he even bother, while Pence and Flynn play two-headed Dick Cheney?

ExxonMobil under Rex Tillerson conducted business with three state sponsors of terrorism: report

Tom Hiddleston apologizes for his "inelegantly expressed" speech

Democrats plan to press Sen. Jeff Sessions during confirmation hearings

Republicans don't care about disclosures when it comes to Donald Trump's Cabinet picks

Kellyanne Conway calls Russian hacking investigation sour grapes: "Democrats became super-duper interested after the election"

Jeff Sessions' confirmation featured protesters dressed as KKK members: "You can't arrest me! I'm white!"

Republicans are killing health care: The GOP's plans for repealing Obamacare are going to cause problems

GOP's ethics loophole: How they plan to kneecap the Office of Congressional Ethics

Bill O'Reilly dodges sexual harassment allegation as former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy settles with network

Alt-right troll Chuck C. Johnson is "working behind the scenes" to vet Donald Trump's cabinet picks: report

Jared Kushner's family affair: Ethics lawyers raise concerns over Donald Trump’s son-in-law’s not-so-blind trust

Trump’s national security pick is a prolific plagiarizer

Donald Trump and the pod people: How "national security" Republicans became Russian tools