There are a lot of tedious things Colbert doesn’t like to do in the autumn, like clean the gutters and pretend to like decorative gourds.
John Oliver is not a fan of pumpkin spice lattes, “The coffee that tastes like a candle.”
Congress is getting vocal about the Ebola threat.
Americans for Prosperity’s (AFP) new ad features young people sitting in a dark room, seemingly styled after an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
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Florida governor Rick Scott is in damage control mode after causing seven of the most ridiculous minutes to occur during a political debate, which have already come to be known as "Fangate."
On Tuesday night, a Florida political debate unraveled into seven of the most absurd minutes in U.S. politics.
A new poll suggests that the minimum wage could play a significant role in six upcoming competitive races—and it doesn’t look good for Republicans.
Americans have poured billions of dollars into propping up institutions of higher learning. But the value and popularity of a college degree is plummeting, and with that comes a greater drive to make higher education accountable.
The "LinkedIn University rankings" evaluate colleges based on the success of graduates in eight different career categories, while also factoring in the desirability of certain jobs.
Chicago University plans to scrap student loans from all needs-based financial aid packages, and replace them with grants.