Bay, who has spent the last several years gaining popularity for his "Transformers" films, is reportedly in talks to direct the Benghazi film "13 Hours," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Holder spoke to The Hill about Hollywood and politics while at an event at the Washington Ideas Forum Wednesday that was hosted by The Aspen Institute and The Atlantic.
Senators Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) are getting ready to show America their bipartisan fire-starting skills on "Rival Survival," a reality show starring tho lawmakers that premiers Wednesday night on the Discovery Channel.
Before Hillary Clinton's jobs comment is swept aside as a minor whoopsie, a few words from Jon Lovitz.
Hackers with suspected ties to the Russian government recently broke into the White House’s unclassified computer network, the Washington Post reported Tuesday night.
President Obama claimed executive privilege to withhold over 15,000 documents relating to Operation Fast and Furious, including nearly 20 emails sent between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife.
Now it seems the Obamas are tight-lipped even about their eating habits.
Rep. Justin Amash, the libertarian congressman from Michigan, knows that Congress is far from libertarian. But someday, he thinks that might change.
Rand Paul didn’t mince words about the GOP.
Young people tend not to engage much in the humdrum local politics that go into midterm elections. But what if it’s happening literally in their own backyard?
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) made some self-deprecating jokes and colorful remarks about the state of the government during a recent private gathering, per a recording provided to CNN by South Carolina Democrats.
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FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — A Maine judge on Friday rejected a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a state quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
Congress won’t stand up to President Obama’s unauthorized strikes against ISIS, so a 79-year-old Virginia man will.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH -- If the polls are to be believed, voters in Washington DC are about to make cannabis legal in the US capital, meaning you may one day be able to buy pot in a shop across the street from the White House.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL -- The head of the Federal Communications Commission is laying the groundwork for expanding the agency’s authority over broadband service, people familiar with his thinking say, a move long sought by advocates of stricter regulation of Internet-service providers.
This privacy survey’s questions would make for a killer “Would You Rather” game.
Sen. Rand Paul highlighted the potential for abuse in the common law enforcement practice of “civil asset forfeiture” in an op-ed for Breitbart, saying "The federal government has made it far too easy for government agencies to take and profit from the property of those who have not been convicted of a crime."