The "Last Week Tonight" host sheds light on some harrowing facts about our country's problems handling the toxic substances in safe, effective ways.
Donald Trump has named his campaign CEO as his chief strategist—a move signaling that "white supremacists will be represented at the highest levels," says a spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid. Donald Trump has named his campaign CEO as his chief strategist—a move signaling that "white supremacists will be represented at the highest levels," says a spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
Here's the least surprising news of the day: James Comey's announcement of his agency's new investigation has sparked a highly politicized battle within the U.S. government.
Even with the U.S. and Russia agreeing on a temporary cease-fire in Syria, trust between the nations’ leaders appears to be in short supply.
Michael Isikoff (pictured), an investigative correspondent for Yahoo News, explains what it would take for foreign or domestic hackers to disrupt the general election.
It was business as usual on gun legislation in Washington on Monday But some lawmakers remain hopeful that a compromise can be reached to provide common-sense gun laws in America It's business as usual on gun legislation in Washington.
Leaving no room for ambiguity or civility, Senate Republicans on Tuesday issued a decree that they would not even entertain the idea of giving face time to any Supreme Court nominees President Obama might present during his remaining time in office.
A little-noticed new rule allows candidates to solicit money for their super PACs -- as long as the potential donors are meeting in a small group.