The writers of Saturday Night Live must love the Rev. Al Sharpton and his show, Politics Nation. Why? He’s a safe bet for a regular punchline, and last night the bumbling Reverend got hit again.
Cooking for 34 people sure isn’t easy. But Ann Romney, wife of 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, makes it both simple and delicious, and is serving up her favorite recipes in her new book.
THE HILL — Few in Washington want to see House and Senate negotiators strike a budget deal more than advocates for immigration reform.
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FOX NEWS — The NFL’s tax-exempt status is, as the refs might say, “under further review.”
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A Georgia man is finding the cost of a broken promise to be quite high.
President Obama’s State of the Union speech in February was more or less the first draft of a Christmas wish list. One of his “I wants” was for a higher minimum wage—a policy that most economists agree drives up the cost of hiring and excludes low-skill workers from the job market.
THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER — President Obama on Saturday urged lawmakers to extend unemployment benefits set to expire by year’s end, saying that failing to do so would deal a blow to the economy and millions of struggling families.
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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL — The federal government said about one in four electronic transactions sent fromHealthCare.gov to insurance companies in October and November could contain errors, raising concerns that some consumers who think they picked a health plan won’t be enrolled by Jan. 1.
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Despite congressional Democrats’ best efforts to preserve the Affordable Care Act, Millennials are reaffirming House Republicans’ hopes of repealing Obamacare, with many expecting the law to be done away with in the coming years.
Rock ‘n’ rollers and Star Wars fanatics unite. Students at Arizona’s University of Advancing Technology have brought Freddie Mercury and the Jedi together in one awesome parody.
FOX NEWS - The New York City Police Department is taking aim at owners of shotguns and rifles capable of holding more than five rounds, demanding such guns be surrendered, altered or taken out of the city.
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POLITICO - Capitol Hill staffers are hitting multiple obstacles in trying to enroll in the Obamacare exchange just days before the federal government’s deadline for getting coverage.
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In the book, Scarborough discusses his own involvement in the failure of the Republican Party to regain control over the executive branch in the ‘90s. The former congressman admitted over the phone that he now regrets his behavior back then as a freshman member.
Talk about a bumpy landing. A plane approaching the Birmingham Airport in England on Thursday attempted to land twice and was nearly forced into a sideways position by strong winds, as reported by ABC News.
The University of Alabama is dealing with even more claims of racism after the student newspaper The Crimson White published a cartoon was forced to apologize for running a cartoon depicting the event’s of last week’s Iron Bowl stunner in “Obama’s America.”
[WATCH] News station mixes up MLB player Alex Rodriguez and Nelson Mandela in cringe-worthy broadcast
This news station really embarrassed itself on Thursday when covering the passing of Nelson Mandela.
Fast food workers in Seattle, Wash., attempted to spread the word about their quest for $15-an-hour wages on Reddit. But their attempts to do so turned into nothing more than an epic fail.
Despite the promising November jobs numbers, far too many Millennials remain out of work with no prospect of re-entering the workforce anytime soon, according to a report released Friday by the non-profit organization Generation Opportunity.
If you’ve ever thought about tapping into your wild side and doing some BASE jumping, this footage may deter you from taking the leap.