Maybe there's a version of the scene in which we see Brienne start her own chapter
Jaime Lannister continues to haunts the hearts of Westeros.
Think of him as Hollywood’s Robin Hood, stealing from the studios to give to indie auteurs.
In a crowded 2020 field, the Montana governor is hoping to distinguish himself as a true-blue liberal who can win in deep-red states.
The more than $1 billion in “cost synergies” identified by bankers and executives in the long-rumored deal pushed by Shari Redstone is code for “big job losses.”
Rosenstein started his first week as a private citizen by defending the Mueller probe and waging war against James Comey.
The mayor's campaign announcement got scooped by a high school journalist and a Facebook event that misspelled his name.
Kirstjen Nielsen and other top officials blocked the plan, which would have targeted thousands for deportation. Now, those officials are gone.
Trump’s national-security adviser may be building another Middle East tinderbox. “Everyone feels the shadow of 2002–2003,” says one former U.S. official. “The administration seems determined to find a cause for conflict.” Is Trump paying attention?
Trump’s national-security adviser may be building another Middle East tinderbox. “Everyone feels the shadow of 2002–2003,” says one former U.S. official. Is Trump even paying attention?
Another moment of moral clarity from the “Russia, if you’re listening” president.
The Pentagon is diverting money from bona fide defense systems to fund a largely ineffective border wall. What could go wrong?
What could go wrong?