In a recent raunchy roundtable for the June 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, several of Hollywood's favorite female comedians unsurprisingly demonstrated their support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
As Congress wrangles over the Patriot Act provisions soon to expire, Jon Stewart laid into Republicans who complain about “government overreach” in healthcare, while simultaneously supporting invasive phone record collection programs from the NSA.
The former GOP senator from Pennsylvania, who announced his second campaign for the White House Wednesday, is using the 404 page on his website to take a jab at Hillary Clinton and her private email controversy.
Many of you might remember the book "Game Change," the 2010 No. 1 New York Times bestseller written by journalists John Heilemann and Mark Halperin that spotlights the political drama that was the 2008 presidential election.
According to a Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday, the former secretary of state's favorability rating sank to 45 percent in May, one percentage point lower than the same statistic in April and three points less than it was in March.
Missouri cities, while suffering from a revenue slump, have begun handing out thousands of tickets over minor city ordinance violations.
According to Campus Reform, the Texas state House passed the legislation, SB11, in a preliminary vote on Wednesday by an overwhelming margin of 101 to 47.
President Obama believes that the only solution to stem the tide of gun violence plaguing many cities is gun control, the same idea Democrats have been pushing for over half a century.
A self-described constitutional conservative, Starrett, 27, is challenging incumbent GOP Rep. Scott DesJarlais in the contest for the congressional seat representing the 4th district of Tennessee.