73-year-old Sen. Bernie Sanders, who recently announced he's running for president as a Democrat, is not exactly known for his smooth looks.
Friday morning, the news outlet alerted its keen Twitter followers to the fact that Chris Christie ally -- an ally. of. Chris. Christie -- David Wildstein was expected to plead guilty in the scandalous George Washington Bridge "Bridgegate" case that plagued the New Jersey governor last year.
The likely GOP presidential candidate told TMZ in an impromptu conversation that he would choose two individuals -- one a deceased former president and the other a Cuban-American rapper -- with whom attend a baseball game.
UnitedHealthcare's "100@100" survey released Thursday found that 10-year-old Americans would invite pop stars Taylor Swift and Katy Perry to their parents' dinner party over President Obama.
Carly Fiorina wants to paint Democrats as the real abortion extremists.
Rick Santorum, once the favorite punching-bag of LGBT activists for his controversial comments about gay marriage, is preaching a message of love and acceptance for Bruce Jenner's coming out as transgender.
"Hustler" mogul Larry Flynt in a recent interview with Bloomberg announced excitedly that he will endorse Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for president.
While the Democratic presidential candidate has in the past expressed her frustration with unpaid internships, Hillary obviously approves of the temporary positions enough to allow the Clinton Foundation to make use of unpaid interns.
"I am so excited that Jeb Bush is running," Wallace, who served as White House communications director under George W. Bush, told "The Insider With Yahoo" in an interview Thursday.
Rand Paul spent Wednesday going head to head with Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, demanding to know whether Johnson could justify the government's bulk data collection under the Fourth Amendment.
Bill Maher, who thinks "the Second Amendment is bulls---," owns two guns for self-defense--but believes that's okay because he doesn't love owning them.
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.
Sen. Kirk made remarks about his personal support of gay marriage as the Supreme Court justices heard arguments in crucial cases that could result in same-sex marriage being legalized nationally.
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."
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