By covering conspiracy theories, the media ends up being complicit in their prevalence, but covering them is part of the job.
John McAfee is running for president, even though he says he knows he isn't going to win.
Donald Trump is channeling Hollywood for his GOP nomination acceptance speech.
Bernie Sanders says it will be "a disaster" if Clinton chooses a moderate running mate.
Starchild, a Libertarian delegate at the national convention, is notorious for dressing up.
Lawmakers passed emergency legislation that allows organ transplants between HIV-positive patients.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee said if he's elected, his team will "start opening up the water."
Sanders and Trump have spent months going after Clinton. A debate would've been the perfect chance for them to attack her uncontested.
The Senate unanimously passed a resolution supporting equal pay for the women's national soccer team.
The Department of Homeland Security is disciplining dozens of Secret Service workers who illegally accessed a rejected job application.
During his trip to Japan, President Barack Obama didn't apologize for the World War II bombing, but he did recognize it.
House Republicans voted against their own spending bill after an anti-LGBTQ-discrimination clause was attached to it.