The group allegedly behind the cyberattacks -- which identifies itself as "Guardians of Peace" -- suggested that it will organize terror attacks at movie theaters when the film "The Interview" premiers.
People magazine conducted an interview with Barack and Michelle Obama during which the first couple discussed their experience with racism in America.
Jon Stewart barely held it together for a segment on South Dakota’s unbelievably terrible “Don’t Jerk and Drive” campaign.
The $1 trillion “Cromnibus” spending bill passed by Congress last weekend includes a lot of hidden provisions snuck in by various lawmakers—like the measure that attempts to block D.C.’s voter-approved legalization of marijuana.
The White House is insisting it wants the Senate Intelligence Committee to release its report on CIA torture practices, despite a report that Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to scuttle it.
NEW YORK (AP) — Prince William's wife, Kate, wrapped Christmas gifts, helped preschoolers decorate picture frames and left an impression of a down-to-earth royal as she toured a child development center Monday with New York City's first lady.
Ted Cruz vs. Justice Scalia, and Obama vs. Jesse Jackson and the NAACP: The fight in Washington over "net neutrality” and has drawn up some strange battle lines.
You'd think that, 40 years in, a congressman might grow cynical about the prospects of government meddling. Not retiring Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.)!
Christmas came early for the Pentagon (and Lockheed Martin.)
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has filed a bill to overturn President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
Congress cleared a $1.1 trillion spending bill for President Barack Obama's signature late Saturday night after a day of Senate intrigue capped by a failed, largely symbolic Republican challenge to the administration's new immigration policy.
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Norman Bridwell, creator of the popular "Clifford the Big Red Dog" series of children's books turned into a PBS TV show, has died.
CNN -- A group that claims it hacked Sony Pictures has posted a public threat against potential moviegoers.
Merriam-Webster’s word of the year is “culture”—not nearly as catchy as the Oxford Dictionary’s chosen word, “vape.”
One Florida cop is not a huge fan of free speech, humor, and/or 80s rap, as he made evident by harassing and ticketing a law student for playing an anti-police anthem in a car next to him.
A police stop and search conducted over a "mistake of the law" on the police officer's behalf is still lawful, according to the Supreme Court's 8-1 decision in Heien v. North Carolina.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), a long-time critic of government spying, has an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times denouncing the FBI’s push for tech companies to enable easier backdoor access to Americans’ data.
Nine families of victims and one survivor of the Sandy Hook shooting are suing the manufacturers and distributors of the gun wielded by the shooter, the Wall Street Journal reports.