How a 2014 Supreme Court ruling helped the Clinton camp move money from state parties

Former DNC chair Donna Brazile has accused the Clinton campaign of exerting influence over the party through fundraising agreements, but the Roberts court may share some of the blame.

Disney ends blacklist of ‘Los Angeles Times’ after backlash from news outlets, film critics

The 'Washington Post,' 'A.V. Club' and 'Flavorwire' are among the organizations that will not screen Disney films in advance.

‘Gossip Girl’ actor Ed Westwick accused of rape

Cohen said that she hopes coming forward “will help others to know that they are not alone, that they are not to blame and it is not their fault.”

Health Care: How to pick the best insurance plan for 2018, save money and find hours plans and prices are now open for enrollment. But which Affordable Care Act options are best — and why is the site not working? Here's what you need to know.

The undeniably cool and surprisingly feminist history of the turtleneck

With fans like Audrey Hepburn and Gloria Steinem, turtlenecks have a surprising history.

Republican congressman in key swing district says he will retire ahead of 2018 midterms

Rep. Frank Lobiondo will be the 13th Republican representative to either announce retirement or resign since Trump's election.

These are the victims of the Texas church shooting

Eight of the victims were members of the same extended family.

‘Overwatch’ fans think it looks like Moira shoots magic pee from her hands

Two aspects of the 'Overwatch' visual language have overlapped to create something decidedly urinary.

With his first cover featuring Adwoa Aboah, Edward Enninful signals a big change at British ‘Vogue’

Adwoa Aboah is only the third black model to appear solo on a British 'Vogue' cover.

We all swore we’d move to Canada if Trump won. These people actually did.

Canada may not be perfect, but for these three, it was the ideal escape from Trump's America.

Why Starbucks’ next big move is fancy, house-made bread

The coffee company is going head-to-head with Maison Kayser as it expands into artisanal breads, sit-down meals and premium blends.

Donald Trump Jr. twice wrongly told his Twitter followers that the Virginia election is Wednesday

If you believed President Donald Trump's eldest son, you'd be heading to the polls a day after the election ended.

Trump ends protected residency for thousands living in US legally from Nicaragua

More than 5,000 Nicaraguans now have a little more than a year to leave the U.S. or face deportation. Hundreds of thousands more people are waiting to hear on their status.

Want more money and job opportunities? These 3 simple questions could help you be more successful.

Do you love risk? Are you a spender or a saver? These are some of the questions you need to be able to answer in order to be more successful.

Mic Wakeup: Trial of an NYPD officer has a familiar end, and a teen possibly killed for being gay

Here are two stories to start your day on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017.

You can thank Natasha Rothwell for keeping the laughs coming on ‘Insecure’

The actress who portrays funny friend Kelli dishes details about the HBO series and what it's like being both a performer on-screen and a writer behind the scenes.

5 elections to watch on Tuesday that will show how Americans feel about Donald Trump

If Northam loses in Virginia, that narrative will drive the night — regardless of whatever Democrats accomplish elsewhere.

The “tragic irony” of Texas’ abortion process for minors

To be granted a judicial bypass in Texas, a teen must go before a judge for a hearing. Here, she must convince the judge that she’s mature enough to decide for herself. But she has some help.

Sia trolled the creeps allegedly trying to leak her nude photo — and her fans are loving it

Class is in session. Today's lesson: Controlling your own narrative.

Report: “Billionaire” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has been lying, isn’t actually a billionaire

It isn’t even halfway over, but it’s safe to say that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is having the worst week in Washington.

Report: A PI posed as a women’s rights activist to spy on Rose McGowan. Weinstein paid for it.

The Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct saga takes one of its sharpest turns yet.

In memoriam: One year since the election, a look at who’s departed the Trump administration

At least a dozen of Trump's top White House staffers have resigned or been fired. So much for hiring the "best people."

Election 2017: Democrats sweep gubernatorial election in Virginia, New Jersey

Democrats have swept the gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey in what looks to be a massive Democratic wave.