Trump wants a local Florida elections official fired over conspiracy theories with zero evidence
President Donald Trump, as he is wont to do, has called for the firing of a person he disagrees with.
Missouri Gov Finds Twisted New Way to Fight Against 'Abortion Sanctuary Cities'
Governor Eric Greitens wants to overturn a city ordinance that makes it illegal for employers and landlords to discriminate against women who have had an abortion or used contraception.
The Trump transition
Some members of Trump's inner circle don't like the idea of Romney as Secretary of State
the worst things of all time
Mike Huckabee's Dismal Adele Parody Campaign Ad Will Send You to the Other Side
We did not ask for this.
'Pulp Macabre': The Art of a Guy Who Used to Bring Severed Heads to the Bar
The art of Lee Brown Coye features the type of work that made fans of horror and science fiction fanzines drool—grisly worlds filled with ghouls, monsters, and morbid anatomy.
2015 the year in review
Do Facts Still Matter in US Politics? Here Are Some of 2015's Biggest False Claims
A take-it-or-leave-it attitude toward reality became something of a badge of honor among the crowd of candidates seeking the presidency — and actively ignoring the facts didn't appear to undermine anyone's support.
Mike Huckabee's Campaign Slashes Senior Staff Salaries but Insists Everything Is Fine
The campaign is redirecting its resources to the primary contest in Iowa in a last-ditch effort to recreate Huckabee's 2008 win in the state's Republican caucuses.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
How the 2016 Presidential Candidates Reacted to the San Bernardino Shooting
Republicans seized on the threat of domestic terrorists. But they don't seem to eager to stop those terrorists from getting their hands on guns.
'No More Baby Parts': What We Know About the Planned Parenthood Suspect's Motive
Police are refusing to speculate on the motive of alleged gunman Robert Lewis Dear, but he reportedly referenced “baby parts” after he was arrested.
After the Paris Attacks, Republican Candidates Call for Closed Borders and 'Boots on the Ground'
The already hawkish slate of GOP presidential hopefuls amped up the rhetoric this weekend.
The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance Has Been Repealed After a Year of Conservative 'Rebranding'
Bigots won big in Houston last night.
How Houston Is Being Duped by Bigoted Zealots
After learning that Houston was one of the only cities in the country without an Equal Rights Ordinance, Mayor Annise Parker fought to get one on the books. Now she's fighting even harder to keep it there.