Jon Stewart had some choice words for CNN, which spent Saturday night hovering over the red carpet for the White House Correspondents' Dinner--while only forty miles away, Baltimore was torn apart by violent protests.
The "Real Time" host defended Bill and Hillary amid reports of the Clinton Foundation's suspect finances during a segment of his show Friday night, even while both his liberal and conservative guests criticized the presidential pair for their latest controversy, according to Mediaite.
ESPN host Stephen A. Smith is very angry that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady skipped out on President Obama's ceremony to honor the Super Bowl champion team at the White House Thursday.
Marco Rubio became the third Republican presidential candidate to sign Americans for Tax Reform's Taxpayer Protection Pledge on Tuesday.
BuzzFeed has unearthed a 1999 Pizza Hut advertisement that mocked Hillary Clinton for being a carpetbagger by moving to New York in order to run for the state's U.S. Senate seat.
The prominent charity watchdog group Charity Navigator has put the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation on its "watch list" along with two dozen other suspect charities, like Al Sharpton's National Action Network.
Rand Paul wants conservatives to go on offense when it comes to debating abortion.
Newly-sworn-in Surgeon General Vivek Murthy defended his past comments on gun control--comments which stalled his confirmation for over a year.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 takes place within the story of "the largest leak of intelligence in military history," involving pages of redacted security documents that spill closely-held government secrets. Sound familiar?
Reps Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) and Ken Buck (R-Colo.) just dodged a run-in with the D.C. authorities.
Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, who once played football for the University of Maryland, slammed his alma mater for their decision to indefinitely postpone a screening of "American Sniper."
Former "American Idol" loser Clay Aiken spoke to Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show Monday morning, discussing his failed congressional campaign last year and calling his victorious Republican opponent a "b---h" and an "idiot."
On Jan. 20, 2009, the U.S. Senate was poised to nominate then-Senator Clinton as secretary of State by a unanimous consent vote, but Sen. Jon Cornyn (R-Tex.) objected, temporarily thwarting Clinton’s nomination.
"He's an absolutely poisonous figure in Washington, D.C.," Perino said of Reid. "He's been a disaster for the country. I think a lot of the dysfunction in Washington can be traced directly to his doorstep. I think it is very good for the country, for the world, and especially for the Democrats that Harry Reid is retiring."
Rand Paul promoted his libertarian (ish) vision for the pro-life movement at the Susan B. Anthony List's Campaign for Life Strategy Summit Thursday morning.
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