The Obama administration has had a rough week thus far, angering journalists, members of Congress and the American people — and Attorney General Eric Holder received the brunt of that anger on Wednesday.
Senate Democrats have decided that holding the Internal Revenue Service accountable is not a priority right now.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s bad week doesn’t seem to have any end in sight, other than the fact that he’s now able to laugh about it!
Look’s like New York University has a “peeping Tom” on its payroll!
Although his “30 Rock” character was a staunch conservative, actor Alec Baldwin is showing off his liberal stripes by alleging that former Bush advisor Karl Rove is behind the entire Internal Revenue Service scandal.
The clothing retailer Abercrombie and Fitch received extra attention this week when a Los Angeles writer started an online campaign to rebrand the company’s “exclusionary” reputation. The writer’s pitch: Making A&F “the world’s number one brand of homeless apparel.”
Here’s a lesson in ‘What Not To Do 101′: Use all caps and expletives on the Facebook page of your restaurant.
While students dig themselves into deeper debt over the rise of college tuition in the United States, college presidents and other top university staff are seeing their salaries rise at a record pace.