Does it matter where President Obama was during the night of the Benghazi attack? Not according to Dan Pfeiffer, Senior Advisor to the President for Strategy and Communications.
CNN – Diverging from the generally non-political college sendoff, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a gun-control advocate, Saturday tore into members of Congress for failing to pass background check legislation.
ABC – Delivering her only speech at a high school graduation this year, first lady Michelle Obama joked about the failures her husband, President Obama, has encountered in life as she told a graduating class of high school seniors in Nashville, Tenn. today that in order to achieve success in life, they must first experience failure.
THE WASHINGTON POST – One of the biggest questions hanging over the health-care system is how many young Americans will sign up for coverage once the Affordable Care Act begins to phase in this October. If too few buy insurance on the markets that the government is creating, insurance companies would be stuck covering primarily the the old and the sick. They would have to pay out more per customer. Their customers, in turn, would have to pay more to those companies for coverage. The stakes for the Health and Human Services Department, which is overseeing the transition, are tremendous.
Al Sharpton really doesn’t understand why the Tea Party is so upset with the IRS — but that’s probably just because Sharpton doesn’t seem to understand much of anything.
You know those scandals everyone is talking about? Yeah, they’re just “bulls**t and nonsense” according to HBO‘s Bill Maher.
Millions of words have been written about President Obama this week, and most of them have been negative. Don’t believe it? Just take a look at this chart.
RAP Editor Francesca Chambers made two media appearances this week, joining “Real News from The Blaze” team and Michael Koolidge, host of “The Michael Koolidge Show.”
President Obama’s administration was rocked by a week of scandals, but the POTUS isn’t focusing on that. Instead, he’s apparently reading BuzzFeed.
Turns out that the underground smuggling tunnels connecting the Gaza Strip to Egypt have been used to transport more than weapons lately.
The 2014 Senate race in Tennessee might be quite the battle — if pro wrestler Kane gets into the ring.
A National Student Clearinghouse study reveals that college enrollment has declined 2.3 percent this spring compared to last year, as more Americans skip the academic route and jump directly into the workforce.
NBC NEWS — Sixty people were injured, five of them critically, and rail traffic from New York to Boston was shut down after a Metro-North commuter train derailed and plowed into a second train Friday in Fairfield, Conn., Gov. Dan Malloy said.
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As many college graduates struggle to pay back their student loans, the United States government is raking in the cash — nearly $51 billion of it.
Americans like their guns – and believe that they should have a right to own them.
Even with the media mocking his every impression, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is having a pretty good week – considering he’s completely unconvinced that the Obama Administration is in some part responsible for the three scandals that have engulfed Washington, D.C. over the past few weeks.
Maryland gun owners got a dose of bad news on Thursday, when Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley signed into law some of the country’s harshest gun control laws.
One of the year’s strangest news stories just got stranger, as the man known on the Internet as “Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker” has just been charged with murder.
It’s not difficult to detect a liberal bias in higher education, and the list of year’s commencement speakers at top universities only serves to illustrate that point further.
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Steven Miller claimed that the IRS’s improper targeting of conservative organizations was “not illegal” during his testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee Friday.