Given all the great things that come out of Craigslist, we’re hesitant to deem this “The Best Craiglist Ad Ever.” But it definitely deserves a spot in the Craigslist Hall of Fame. The headline really gets right to the point: “Got drunk last weekend, either stole a cat or it followed me home.” “So this post is […]
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THE NEW YORK TIMES — House Republicans filed a long-threatened lawsuit Friday against the Obama administration over unilateral actions on the health care law that they say are abuses of the president’s executive authority.
Jimmy Kimmel premiered the eighth installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” on his show Thursday night, and it might just be the best one yet.
Ben Carson danced awfully close to a presidential campaign announcement during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network. Carson has said in the past that, although he doesn’t want the job of president, “If the Lord grabbed me by the collar and made me do it, I would.” “Has He grabbed you by the collar yet?” […]
Everyone has horror stories from the holidays.
If you’re tired of people raising $55,000 for potato salad on crowd-funding sites like Kickstarter, this is the platform for you.
Clinton Eastwood might just have another Oscar-winning film on his hands. The only thing that could stand in his way, though, is the liberal Academy.
Jay Leno backed out of a scheduled performance for a national gun trade association after an uproar from gun control groups.
A Washington state museum is pulling World War II rifles from a display in order to comply with new background-check legislation for gun permits.
It’s not that it’s network sweeps season — ABC, CBS and NBC don’t care to carry the president’s speech Thursday night because of its partisan nature.
Retiring Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn has issued a stark warning about the fallout from President Obama’s immigration plan.
A lawmaker who oversees privacy issues in the U.S. Senate is pushing ride-sharing titan Uber for answers about its handling of customer data.
Thursday marks the 72nd birthday of Joe Biden, your beloved Vice President of the United States. Instead of cutting cake, we thought we’d cut a list of the things that make Biden so irresistible to celebrate. So, here are our top 10 favorite reasons to wish good ol’ Joe a happy birthday: 1) His penchant for ice […]
As part of filmmaker Ami Horowitz’s latest social experiment, he compared the reactions of University of California Berkeley students to him waving the Islamic State flag and the flag of Israel. He found a stark difference between the reactions, but not in the way you might think. First, he waved an Islamic State flag while shouting anti-American […]
Jimmy Fallon spotlighted some of President Obama’s best expressions on “The Tonight Show” Wednesday, a task that he has certainly excelled at in the past.
George Will thinks Obama is as consequential as Reagan, but not for a reason Obama would appreciate.
Is he sad because he was arrested or because he didn’t get his Taco Bell first? A Florida man is facing charges of resisting arrest with violence after drunkenly attempting to order Taco Bell at 3 a.m. Sunday. Gabriel Harris, 33, tried to order at the Taco Bell drive-thru, but the employees wouldn’t serve him […]
Who could possibly forget this epic photo? Late night host Jimmy Kimmel certainly hadn’t, so when he had the chance to interview actor Jamie Foxx Wednesday night, he simply had to get the back story. Foxx has been the host of this annual charity event for several years. “What’s interesting is that every year that […]
Jon Stewart got into Chris Christie’s “pig problem”—which wasn’t quite what Stewart thought it was at first.
Stephen Colbert adopted his usual sarcastic tone on “The Colbert Report” Wednesday where he addressed the surprise “active shooter drill” at a Florida school that terrified — and subsequently outraged — children and parents.