Amid the chorus of protest raining upon Michael Moore (and to a lesser extent, Seth Rogen) -- veterans, country stars, the general public -- Kid Rock may have sounded the loudest note of all.
Stewart is pretty dismayed by all the “fresh new faces 2016 has in store for us.” Like Mitt Romney, “the once and future not-president.”
Carly Fiorina, the first woman to run a Fortune 20 company and former Republican Senate nominee in California, took on Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, telling Jarrett she is “struck” by the White House’s failure to live up to its own standards for pay equity for their staff.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who at times has been emboldened by the fulfillment of assessments and predictions he made during his campaign, tore into President Obama State of the Union address late Tuesday night.
President Obama will say in his State of the Union address Tuesday evening that there is no greater challenge facing the nation's youth than climate change.
You know all those basic things you’re not supposed to do if you don’t want to get hacked, like use the same password for every account or share your password online? Hill staffers are probably doing all of that.
Will Ferrell has come full circle from being a fictional basketball superstar to being a fictional belligerent basketball fan.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Tens of thousands of Americans who oppose abortion, many of them young Catholics, are in Washington for the annual March for Life.
THE NEW YORK TIMES -- The Justice Department has begun work on a legal memo recommending no civil rights charges against a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., who killed an unarmed black teenager in August, law enforcement officials said.
Should you be free to tell other drivers where cops are lurking? A lot of sheriffs don’t think so.
There's an elephant in the room about this deficit and debt stuff alright -- it's just not a Republican.
Critics of marijuana legalization love to argue about its repercussions for “the children”—paging Nancy Grace—but the American Academy of Pediatrics seems to disagree.
A drug is headed to the Supreme Court: midazolam, which makes up a third of the lethal cocktail used in Oklahoma’s botched execution last year.