Celebrity news, beauty, fashion advice, and fascinating features, delivered straight to your inbox!
Thank you for signing up to . You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.
In a new report from CNN (opens in new tab), a dossier outlining President-elect Trump's alleged sexual misconduct and deep ties to Russia was presented to President Obama and President-elect Trump last week. The document—which is unverified, and which Buzzfeed has now published in full (opens in new tab)—claims in part that Mr. Trump hired prostitutes on a trip to Moscow and ordered them to urinate on a hotel bed while he watched, supposedly because he knew the Obamas had once slept there. The New York Times also points out (opens in new tab) the mention of "sex videos" in the document.
U.S. intelligence agencies couldn't corroborate the allegations, according to the Times (opens in new tab), but believe the source who gathered the information to be credible, and the mere possibility of its existence to be enough of a national security risk that they needed to brief our commander in chief. Officials also believe that the intelligence, if true, underscores what Trump has long denied: that, by gathering damaging information about both candidates but only releasing what could hurt Hillary Clinton, Russia intended to throw the election in his favor.
Trump has already responded with a series of tweets, mere minutes ahead of President Obama's farewell speech in Chicago, branding the reports as #fakenews:
This story is developing and will be updated.
How to Treat Hormonal Acne: A Dermatologist’s Guide
Peace out, PMS pimples.
By Samantha Holender
The Best Sweaters, According to Our Editors
Bring on the knits.
By Brooke Knappenberger
5 Practical Things You Can Do to Protect Democracy
Advice from top celebrities and Michelle Obama herself.
By Erin Geiger Smith
Why the 2022 Midterm Elections Are So Critical
As we blaze through a highly charged midterm election season, Swing Left Executive Director Yasmin Radjy highlights rising stars who are fighting for women’s rights.
By Tanya Benedicto Klich
Tammy Duckworth: 'I’m Mad as Hell' About the Lack of Federal Action on Gun Safety
The Illinois Senator won't let the memory of the Highland Park shooting just fade away.
By Sen. Tammy Duckworth
Roe Is Gone. We Have to Keep Fighting.
Democracy always offers a path forward even when we feel thrust into the past.
By Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland, hosts of Pantsuit Politics Podcast
The Supreme Court's Mississippi Abortion Rights Case: What to Know
The case could threaten Roe v. Wade.
By Megan DiTrolio
Sex Trafficking Victims Are Being Punished. A New Law Could Change That.
Victims of sexual abuse are quietly criminalized. Sara's Law protects kids that fight back.
By Dr. Devin J. Buckley and Erin Regan
My Family and I Live in Navajo Nation. We Don't Have Access to Clean Running Water
"They say that the United States is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Why are citizens still living with no access to clean water?"
By Amanda L. As Told To Rachel Epstein
30 Ways Women Still Aren't Equal to Men
If anyone tries to tell you otherwise, show them these statistics.
By Megan Friedman
Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson's Relationship Is No More
After three years of dating, the power couple have decided they're better off as friends.
By Marie Claire Editors