Advertisers abandon Sean Hannity in wake of conspiracy theories
The Fox News host is facing an advertiser backlash after he promoted false conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.
Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation
Prosecutors in Sweden said they would drop their investigation into the WikiLeaks founder, who sought refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.
Chelsea Manning released: The past 'is only my starting point, not my final destination'
Chelsea Manning was released from military prison after seven years of incarceration at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, a free woman after President Obama commuted her sentence three days before he left office.
Chelsea Manning released from military prison
President Obama commuted Manning's sentence three days before he left office.
Michael Fassbender dishes on 'Alien: Covenant'
The actor opens up about his role as an android in the upcoming sci-fi thriller.
Former Trump adviser on his new documentary
Hey guys ominous odds here live in New York thanks for being with us we have a great interview up for you next. Stay with us Roger Stone longtime ally of president trunk and political strategist. Subject of the new documentary get me Roger Stone out on Catholics today. They are delighted to be here
President Trump fires FBI Director James Comey
Trump wrote a letter to Comey dismissing him at the recommendation of the attorney general and the deputy attorney general, "effective immediately."
Clinton's camp wants focus to remain on investigation into Russia's influence on US election
Although Clinton maintains she would have won the presidency if Comey hadn't come out 11 days before the election with questions about her emails, she and her camp want the focus to remain on the investigation into Russia's involvement in the election.
French presidential election hack
A 9GB data dump of personal and professional emails and documents from the Macron Company were released.
FBI's Comey says the FBI's impact on the election makes him 'mildly nauseous'
So FBI director James Comey was in the hot seat yesterday at the annual oversight hearing and he told the senate judiciary committee that he felt -- I'm sorry. I usually turn it off. "Call me maybe"? I'm sorry. A lot of -- And it said no caller I.D. You can't pick that up. The new guy is calling