Whether it's as a genius businessman, pawn of the Russians, or Buffoon of the Apocalypse, everyone has their preferred version of Donald Trump.
Some weeks the news comes at you like a wrestler with a folding chair.
Look, we get it. You'd rather go through a full TSA screening than keep up with the news.
No doubt, Sean Spicer's six-month performance will become a cult classic.
John Dowd is like your grandpa if your grandpa was a pissed-off homunculus forged from every Alpha Beta in the 1987 classic 'Revenge Of The Nerds.'
Some weeks the news plays like an episode of 'Lost' -- and not that first season where it sorta made sense.
Life inside the White House sure seems to have gotten a lot weirder in the past few months.
How dire is the situation of robots taking our jobs? I took a deep dive into the evidence, and sat down with some experts, to try and figure that out.
Even a squeaker of a win for Jon Ossoff has the possibility of triggering an extremely entertaining panic.