President Obama honored the Super Bowl Champion football team on the South Lawn, kicking off his remarks with a joke about the team's long since past "Deflate Gate" controversy.
Actress Olivia Wilde is "excited" by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. The film star, who campaigned for then-Sen. Barack Obama in 2008, expressed her enthusiasm for the "political discussions" that result from election season during a recent interview with The Daily Beast.
Robert Downey Jr. cut short a recent interview with British Channel 4 News reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy when the journalist questioned the actor about a past statement regarding how being imprisoned impacted his political beliefs.
Chris Christie went on Jimmy Fallon's show to inform him he does NOT appreciate all the fat jokes.
The "Real Time" host defended Bill and Hillary amid reports of the Clinton Foundation's suspect finances during a segment of his show Friday night, even while both his liberal and conservative guests criticized the presidential pair for their latest controversy, according to Mediaite.
Timothy Simons, who stars as Jonah Ryan on the HBO hit "Veep," told Bloomberg Politics on the red carpet of the White House Correspondents' dinner Saturday that he supports former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley over Clinton for the Democratic nomination.
Likely GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said during a Q&A in Miami Beach, Florida, Sunday that a billion-dollar presidential campaign isn't necessary to win the White House.
19-year-old Zuri Davis was bullied online for supporting Rand Paul--because she's African American.
One Kansas school apparently found a child's earnest defense of marijuana legalization so threatening they called the police on his mother.
Trigger warning: this story contains an unbelievable amount of clueless hand-wringing from pampered college students who think hearing from someone who disagrees with them is literally an act of aggression against their person.
The ACLU polled millennials in several countries, and found that the majority of young people have a favorable opinion of Edward Snowden.
Over the past week, liberal college students at two different colleges were sent into a panic because a scholar who disagreed with their claims about "rape culture" and other gender issues was setting foot on their campus.
Rand Paul ramped up his criminal justice reform rhetoric in Iowa this weekend, denouncing over-criminalization and telling reporters that a whole host of nonviolent crimes could be punished with tickets rather than jail time.
Oklahoma’s Rep. Steve Russell is picking up where now-retired Sen. Tom Coburn left off, and publishing the annual “Wastebook.”
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Arnold Breitenbach, a Vietnam War Army veteran who received the Purple Heart in 1969, would like to commemorate his service with a personalized license plate.