It was buried on page B-6, but one of the hotter articles on the Washington Post website on Sunday raised serious questions about a Post legend: Bob Woodward. A new book from journalist Barbara Feinman Todd chronicles her career in aiding three Post "icons" as well as Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Well, the tax protesters got the president’s attention.

The weekend rallies, with a handful of celebrities sprinkled among them, used the tax filing season to demand that Donald Trump release his returns.

The Supreme Court rejected Arkansas’ request to lift a stay late Monday that would allowed the state to conduct its first execution since 2005.

Justices turned down Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge’s request to vacate a stay for Don Davis, who was set to die Monday night by lethal injection.

(CNSNews.com) – United States’ policy in the Korean peninsula has created “a dangerous situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any minute,” North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the U.N.

The “Smiting Angel of the Lord” made a mistake when he failed to strike down White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer – but, there’s still time – filmmaker Michael Moore says.

Upset by Spicer’s comparison of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolf Hitler, Moore took to Twitter last week to rebuke the angel for not smiting Spicer.

On her 12 p.m. ET hour MSNBC show on Monday, anchor Andrea Mitchell and USA Today’s Susan Page were positively giddy about the prospect of Senator Elizabeth Warren running for president in 2020.

This is a continuation of part 1.

Planned Parenthood does receive government money – a LOT of government money. In its most recent annual report, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) said it received $553.7 million – that’s over half a billion dollars – in “government health services grants & reimbursements” in fiscal year ending 6/30/15.

North Korea has threatened “all out war” if the United States uses military intervention to deter its nuclear ambitions.

Speaking to the BBC, Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol asserted that North Korea would respond with force if the US was “reckless enough” to attack.

Legislation has been introduced in Congress to defund and overturn a controversial Obama administration decree from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to transform and “diversify” American neighborhoods under the direction of Big Brother.

As tensions with North Korea mount, Hawaii lawmakers anxiously are dusting off the state’s emergency plans in preparation for the possibility – however remote – of an attack on the islands.

The plans were last revisited in the 1980s.