Jon Stewart came up with a super clever game to narrow the GOP field—it’s called “Let’s Get Rid of Ted Cruz.”
The actress told Howard Stern Monday that she had a brief and pleasant encounter with the president during a tour of the White House in 2013 with her "Modern Family" costars ahead of that year's White House Correspondents' dinner.
Jon Stewart had a message Monday night--and he repeated it a lot, because people were seemingly not getting it.
National Review's Katherine Timpf, a self-described "middle-class Millennial female," recently penned a hilarious letter to Hillary Clinton that perfectly captures her hypocrisy on a number of issues.
Mike Huckabee doesn't think calling Beyonce "vulgar" is criticizing her--it's just "making observations."
Two former Clinton aides spilled the secrets about Hillary's drinking habits and biggest regrets during a roundtable on HuffPost Live with Bloomberg's Josh Green and Politico's Glenn Thrush.
Lindsey Graham probably should have thought this one out a little better.
Former Minnesota congresswoman and star of the forthcoming "Sharknado 3" Michele Bachmann slammed Hillary and Bill Clinton during an appearance on NewsmaxTV Tuesday, accusing the pair of using their charity to support their "pompous lifestyle."
Thursday, the Associated Press reported that Aaron Schock, the former Illinois congressman who resigned in March amid a spending scandal, is nowhere to be found.
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Joss Whedon, the director of Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," abruptly deleted his Twitter account on Monday.
A teacher at Georgia's Dublin Middle School was removed from the classroom for the rest of the year and asked to resign after making some controversial remarks about President Obama.