Donald Trump isn't the first U.S. president to maintain a questionable relationship with Saudi Arabia, but the comedian says he may be the first who doesn't view it as a compromise.
President Trump never met a conspiracy theory he didn’t like or wouldn’t repeat.
If Donald Trump can issue a Presidential Alert to everyone’s cellphone, it’s only fitting to issue a Beer Warning Alert as well.
Brett Kavanaugh faces another Senate Judiciary Committee hearing because of allegations of sexual misconduct. But never fear: He has calendar pages from 1982 that will exonerate him!
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is hanging in the balance after Christine Blasey Ford accuses him of sexual assault when they were teenagers.
While we’re waiting for Robert Mueller's investigation to conclude, we might want to look a little closer at Donald Trump's financial deals.
What better way to confirm a new Supreme Court justice involved in nearly every single partisan touchstone over the last 20 years than to wrap him in warm and fuzzy impartiality?
Things aren’t looking good for education, higher or lower.
It’s been quite a week so far, from “truth isn’t truth” to an unindicted co-conspirator for a president.
Acknowledging trade is complex on a number of fronts, the "Last Week Tonight" host details the numerous ways the U.S. president's approach to the issue is founded in misconceptions and ignorance.
If you are looking for guarantees, we guarantee that the White House isn't where you should look.
Astroturfing, the term used to describe marketing campaigns that are camouflaged as activism, is becoming more prevalent.
There is a very real possibility of a rogue constitutional convention—empowering extremists to radically reshape the Constitution, our laws and our country.