Farenthold is accused of telling subordinates about having "wet dreams" about one of his aides, calling his staff "fucktards," and encouraging a workplace environment where jokes about breast size were common.
The move opens the possibility for ISPs like Comcast or Verizon to adjust speed, cost, and access to different websites or types of data. Here's what that could mean for you and the country.
Did she voluntarily resign because she's mad about Trump's racism, or did she have to be physically escorted off White House grounds? Depends on who you ask.
Jones pulled off a shocker in Alabama, but how much can we read into it?
Conservative activists Charles Johnson and Mike Cernovich might be behind a forged document alleging sexual harassment by Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer.
Alabama hasn't elected a Democrat to the Senate in almost 30 years.
Sure seems like it.
The polls are all over the place.
The price of Bitcoin came close to hitting $20,000 on Thursday before settling down around a still-insane $16,000. It was at less than $1,000 at the beginning of the year. Here's what's going on.
Franken appeared defiant, insisting that some of the accusations are "not true" and pointing out, "I am aware of the irony that I am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape about his history of sexual assault sits in the Oval Office."
Spanish officials are cracking down on the color yellow in the Catalonia region over fears that it may unfairly promote separatist candidates in the upcoming December 21st election.
After a seventh accuser came forward to say that Franken forcibly kissed her, six Democratic women in the Senate are finally saying it's time for Franken to resign.
In Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a cake maker claims he should be able to deny gay couples because his cake is art.
The announcement came a few days after a Netflix executive ran into one of Masterson's accusers at a children's soccer game.
Republicans control the White House and both houses of Congress, but they need at least eight Democratic votes in the Senate to pass a spending package.
This weekend, one of the most famous classical music conductors in the world, James Levine, was suspended by the Metropolitan Opera after three men told the New York Times that Levine sexually abused them when they were teenagers. Here's what's going on.
The endorsement comes at the same time that Moore appears to be receiving an upswing in the polls.
President Trump thinks that Kathryn Steinle's death was a result of lax immigration policy. The evidence — and the jury — appear to say it was a tragic accident.
Newly promoted Marvel Entertainment editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski is under fire after admitting that he wrote Japanese-influenced comics under a Japanese pseudonym more than a decade ago. Here's what's going on.
Previous clips, interviews and interactions may give some indication of a pattern of bad behavior.
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