Fox host Bret Baier described a report that DeSantis is letting go of a third of his campaign staff as a "big sign."
Greg Gutfeld defended Florida's controversial slavery curriculum by saying usefulness "kept you alive" during the Holocaust.
Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner said the Jan. 6 investigation has entered its final stage.
Evangelical Christian theologian Russell Moore has been a frequent Trump critic.
A crucial air defense system in Moscow failed to shoot down a drone strike on Monday.
The former president owes millions of dollars to cities across the country over his campaign rallies.
Independent voters in Ohio, who were nearly split between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in 2020, widely support a pro-abortion rights amendment, a new poll found.
Ron DeSantis faced criticism for saying he "wasn't involved in" a new controversial history curriculum in the state's schools.
Musk suggested Twitter users could soon say "adieu" to the platform's iconic bird logo.
The petition, launched by Faithful America, warned that the rally promotes "antisemitism, lies, and even outright political violence."
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said the paramilitary group wants to go on a "tour" of Poland during a meeting with Vladimir Putin Sunday.
The conservative pundit mocked the movie as "woke" and a "garbage heap," sparking social media ridicule.
"If you require schools to teach the 'personal benefits' of slavery you are pro-slavery," tweeted Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell.
Proving Trump's corrupt intent is as easy as proving "fish swim and birds fly," the former federal prosecutor said.
Ukraine claimed an attack against an oil depot and warehouses in Crimea Saturday, days after explosions struck the Kerch Bridge, forcing thousands to evacuate.
Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown led his three potential GOP rivals in Ohio, a state former President Donald Trump won twice, according to a new poll.
A new poll found that the Florida governor gained ground on former President Donald Trump in key primary state New Hampshire.
Legal analysts told Newsweek there are many reasons for Giuliani to not receive a target letter from Special Counsel Smith beyond him flipping on Trump.
Legal experts told Newsweek the dismissal of the case against Michael Turney is "not common."
The Democratic presidential candidate is facing new criticism for allegedly calling COVID-19 "ethnically targeted."
Democrat Phil Ehr's campaign announcement highlighted his military service while attacking Scott for his connection to a Medicare fraud scheme.
Several Democratic lawmakers have rebuked Representative Pramila Jayapal calling Israel a "racist state."
Carlee Russell, a 25-year-old woman from Alabama who went missing on Thursday, returned home late Saturday, according to police.
"You didn't drain the swamp like you said you would," Bartiromo told the former president during a Sunday interview.
"Enough is enough," tweeted Bernice King on Saturday in response to the fake image.
Carlee Russell, 25, returned home late Saturday night, more than 48 hours after she first went missing.
Lawmakers in Moscow banned gender-affirming health care for adults this week, the latest law restricting LGBTQ+ rights in Russia.
Wagner Group forces could take a key Polish region "in a matter of hours," MP Andrey Kartapolov recently alleged.