At rallies for Democrats in Maryland and Illinois on Sunday, Obama dropped the name "Cousin Pookie" -- a character that he used frequently to energize black voters during his 2008 campaign -- during his speeches.
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."
Now it seems the Obamas are tight-lipped even about their eating habits.
President Obama dished on his favorite Supreme Court decision during his presidency, and it wasn’t either of his interviewer’s top guesses.
Republicans are talking about reforming the IRS if they gain the majority in the Senate next month, but seem to be treading with caution on making any specific promises.
Democrats this election cycle are working hard to paint their Republican opponents as wild extremists who would slash all funding for student loans.
Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) seemed a bit rattled in his recent interview with ABC 7 News.
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A California bill recently signed into law will allow individuals to prevent family members from owning weapons if they deem them mentally unstable or dangerous.
Part of New York's SAFE Act, which was pushed by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and passed quickly in 2013, encourages mental health professionals -- not necessarily doctors -- to report any of their patients to authorities if they seem "likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to self or others."
Edward Snowden criticized the U.S. government for failing to anticipate the Boston Marathon bombings, blaming their focus on mass surveillance for allowing them to miss actual credible threats.
Convicted felons are not allowed maintain ownership of their guns—but can they give them away?
In 2012 Congress cut Pell Grants for students without a high school degree or GED, but a bipartisan group of congressmen now wants to bring them back.
Conservative columnist George Will is still facing a backlash from his June column on campus rape in which he dared to criticize activists for making victimhood a “coveted status.”