Conspiracy Theory News
Thunder finish highly anticipated road trip 2-1
NEW YORK -- An hour or so before tipoff, Carmelo Anthony laid on his back in visiting locker room at Madison Square Garden, an unfamiliar place, watching tape of the New York Knicks ' last game, against Lonzo Ball and the Los Angeles Lakers. He was getting his body stretched and massaged, trying to
Iran sanctions trial judge slams 'foreign conspiracy theory'
Judge belittles Turkey official's claims Turkish cleric living in Pennsylvania is behind banker's trial in Iran economic sanctions conspiracy
Senate may put off most anticipated Russian probe findings
The Senate intelligence committee may delay trying to answer the question of whether Donald Trump's presidential campaign coordinated with Russia
Putin announces 2018 re-election bid, ends long speculation
President Vladimir Putin plans to run in election that could put him on track to become Russia's longest-serving ruler since Stalin.
YouTube says over 10,000 workers will help curb shady videos
YouTube says more than 10,000 workers will be helping curb videos that violate its policies from the platform
The Note: Trump's 'huge' year could lead to a bumpy road for GOP in 2018
The TAKE with Rick Klein Take Trumpism and combine it with the potency of traditional Republicanism and a powerful force emerges – perhaps strong enough to deliver a sweeping tax cut , and a long-absent victory for the GOP . But while this week could still bring a very big win for President Donald
Tillerson, Trump's tweets and North Korea dominate White House press briefing
ABC News' "Powerhouse Politics" team analyzes the day's events in "The Briefing Room."
Trump faces more fallout from retweets of far-right group
British Prime Minister Theresa May was among the leaders to criticize President Trump for sharing videos from a fringe British nationalist group purportedly showing Muslims engaging in acts of violence.
The Note: Reality show redux? Trump's new normal isn't normal
The TAKE with Rick Klein Cut through the noise, the Twitter storms, and the outright chaos of Washington and the media world right now and realize: this isn’t normal. President Donald Trump is talking and tweeting about debunked conspiracy theories , relishing in media sex scandals, talking about
5 conspiracy theories Trump has promoted over the years
President Donald Trump has a history of casually repeating what he hears or reads, some of which fall into the realm of conspiracy theories. He is also now, sources told ABC News, privately questioning the authenticity of the 2005 "Access Hollywood" video in which he made vulgar comments about