Dick Cheney

The comedian was hoping for a murder confession during his 2018 "Who is America?" interview with the NFL player.
The vice president reportedly seemed caught off guard by his predecessor's pointed questions at a closed-door GOP event.
The third-ranking House Republican blasted the sweeping progressive resolution proposed last week and falsely said it would outlaw planes, cars and gasoline.
The "Vice" star doesn't think he'll play Trump anytime soon -- but offered an amusing tip for actors who portray the president on the big screen.
Elizabeth Warren's Native American ancestry claims have made her "a laughingstock,” the third-ranking House Republican said.
Adam McKay's Dick Cheney "biopic" tells us nothing about the most powerful vice president in history.
The "Vice" actor slammed Cheney and Mitch McConnell as "charisma-free a**holes."
A glimpse of the suburban grotesque, featuring Russian mobsters, Fox News rage addicts, a caged man in a sex dungeon, and Dick Cheney.
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The comedian armed himself with a bulletproof clipboard for another segment on "Who Is America?"
The actor gained 40 pounds, shaved his head and dyed his eyebrows for the role.
A short video from the "Borat" creator implies he has been "secretly filming a new show for a year.”
Cheney's comments come as lawmakers have scrutinized CIA director nominee Gina Haspel for her role in overseeing the controversial program.
"You’ve got water in your lungs, your brain is on fire, your nasal cavity is on fire, your throat is completely swollen up," a former Army interrogator said.
Libby was convicted of lying about how he learned of a CIA agent's identity.
President Donald Trump’s allies are concerned that the FBI may have seized the tapes Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen was known to record during conversations with associates.
Libby was charged in an investigation into who leaked a covert CIA agent's identity to journalists.