A new report on Thursday morning is making waves after alleging there was a secret connection between Donald Trump and communist Cuba in the late 1990s. However, a deeper look into the circumstances surrounding the allegations in the story reveals the matter is likely far less sinister than reporter Newsweek reporter Kurt Eichenwald would lead you to believe.
Authorities confronted a man in Wauskeha, Wisconsin after he allegedly cursed out Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. When she was on TV.
About a month ago, the FBI warned that election boards in Arizona and Illinois were hacked by foreign actors. Now, a CBS News report says it's much worse than that.
Donald Trump's hotel company reportedly paid a consulting firm over $68,000 which sent employees to Cuba on an exploratory mission with the goal of "giv[ing] Trump’s company a foothold should Washington loosen or lift the trade restrictions."
A New Hampshire law had barred people from taking selfies in voting booths, but now the First Circuit Court of Appeals says snap away. In a decision handed down on Wednesday, the court affirmed a district court decision, ruling that the ban was a content-based restriction on speech that violated the First Amendment.