A right-wing filmmaker created 'The Constitution Strikes Back'
States passed nearly as many anti-abortion laws over the past five years as in the entire 15 years prior
"In several areas throughout the film, you can see where they cut the tape," says Sheriff Robert Hermann
White House and Change.org appeals seek presidential pardon for Avery, currently incarcerated on a 2005 murder conviction
Sam Andrews' plan to carry guns with black protesters caused a political standoff with the country's most prominent militia group
Dozens of white, armed American militants have gathered in the state to take a stand against government "tyranny"
"I always wanted to be on a show about nothing, and here I am," president says on 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'
Republican frontrunner mocks president for perceived pop culture priorities
How the campaign's biggest laugh turned ugly in 2015
Religious figure, presidential candidate tie for second as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are the most admired people in the world
Presidential candidates say the darndest things
President leans on contemporary Christmas classics while vice president's family prefers to rock out
Americans are just about the safest people in the world, but we're more frightened than ever
A new national poll finds Sanders would beat Trump if they went head-to-head in the general election
Punk vet voices support for "true statesman" Bernie Sanders, predicts 'astonishingly mediocre" presidency if Hillary Clinton wins