Both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert had a field day with “Fangate” Thursday night.
Jon Stewart had one goal in bringing Bill O’Reilly on his show Tuesday evening: "I want you to admit that there is such a thing as white privilege."
In New York’s 11th Congressional district, Democrats need to defeat Rep. Michael G. Grimm, who is facing 20 federal charges and was once caught on camera threatening to throw a reporter off a balcony. So you might think this race would be a walk in the park for them—until you meet their incredibly terrible candidate.
President Obama dished on his favorite Supreme Court decision during his presidency, and it wasn’t either of his interviewer’s top guesses.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama turned to a trusted adviser to lead the nation's Ebola response on Friday as efforts to clamp down on any possible route of infection from three Texas cases expanded, reaching a cruise ship at sea and multiple airline flights.
Even being the president of the United States does not save you from everyone’s nightmare: the shame of having your credit card declined in public.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) kids aren’t all on board with his possible run for the White House.
Congress is getting vocal about the Ebola threat.
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The tech world's recent efforts to strengthen encryption appear to have left the FBI in a panic, as FBI Director James Comey appeals to Congress for easier backdoor access to Americans' data.
A new poll suggests that the minimum wage could play a significant role in six upcoming competitive races—and it doesn’t look good for Republicans.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) went after for-profit colleges in an interview with Salon, naming them the second largest cause of problems in higher education.
Americans have poured billions of dollars into propping up institutions of higher learning. But the value and popularity of a college degree is plummeting, and with that comes a greater drive to make higher education accountable.