Sometimes it’s annoying when the GPS in your car interrupts you with its voice navigation. But on Saturday Night Live this week, Girls star Lena Dunham found out what happens when the GPS is a total jerk.
President Barack Obama hasn’t gotten anywhere in his recent negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. So he was forced to bring in someone more qualified to negotiate with the former KGB officer — tough guy actor Liam Neeson.
THE LOS ANGELES TIMES — BEIJING — A massive search was underway Sunday for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner, focusing on a spot off the southern coast of Vietnam where two large oil slicks were reported. But there were, so far, no clues to why the China-bound flight vanished without warning with 239 people on board.
Read more at The Los Angeles Times.
THE GUARDIAN — The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on Saturday told an audience in Texas that people power is the key to rolling back the power of the National Security Agency and other surveillance agencies.
Read more at The Guardian.
CNN — Kiev — Ukrainian interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk will fly to the United States this week to discuss the crisis in Crimea, as hostilities in the eastern European country’s southern region intensify.
Read more at CNN.
[WATCH] Touré hosts Chappelle-inspired ‘racial draft’ that talks about white people having all the money
At last, the long-awaited answer to the poll question, “Who would you trust more to execute a ‘racial draft’ sketch: Touré or Dave Chappelle?”
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter bashed the United States immigration system on Saturday, comparing the ‘unnatural’ influx of immigrants — both legal and illegal — to being raped.
THE HILL – A member of the House Intelligence Committee is asking the festival South By Southwest to withdraw its invitation to former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
Read more at The Hill.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson won’t face any charges over a fight with his estranged wife, authorities in Florida said Friday.
This could be a hunch, but I suspect that vulnerable congressional Democrats are going to regret Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid having prematurely kicked off 2014 midterm season by declaring his party’s campaign slogan to be ‘All Obamacare Victims Are Liars.’
MASHABLE — Before Newsweek went ahead with publishing Leah McGrath Goodman’s blockbuster article identifying the creator of Bitcoin, Goodman asked her editor an important question.
Read more at Mashable.
WASHINGTON POST — BEIJING — Vietnamese air force planes have spotted two large oil slicks that officials believe are from a Malaysia Airlines flight that suddenly vanished from air traffic control screens and was presumed to have crashed early Saturday, the Associated Press reports.
Read more at The Washington Post.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) made it clear that he’s not steering away from his conservative principles — and his party shouldn’t either — during his speech at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday morning.
Still reeling from her bangs experiment at President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, First Lady Michelle Obama debuted a new hairdo earlier this week: Frosted highlights.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) can probably relate to singer Taylor Swift’s hijacked speech at the 2009 VMAs, after Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) popped in unannounced to Amash’s talk on Thursday night.
Whoops! President Barack Obama proved that he’s not the world’s best speller Thursday night, hilariously misspelling the title of Aretha Franklin’s classic song “Respect” during his opening speech at the ”In Performance at the White House: Women of Soul” concert.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan reminded conservative activists at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday that the GOP can win in November if it provides Americans with opportunities for prosperity – especially as the Democratic Party works to refocus itself from Obama’s failures.
If the Friday morning crowd at CPAC was sleepy, Texas Gov. Rick Perry woke it up. And he fixed someone’s iPad app, too.
What was supposed to be a panel on executive orders and federal spending at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday unexpectedly evolved into a debate on the need for small government conservatism.