Pussy Riot, the infamous Russian protest group, has produced an evocative English-language tribute to Eric Garner, titled after his last words: “I Can’t Breathe.”
With “Serial” slated for a second season, there’s only one subject whose ability to tell an accurate story might be even worse than Jay’s—Brian Williams.
Jon Stewart dove into gay rights issues in Kansas and Alabama Wednesday night, beginning with a commentary on Kansas removing protections for LGBT employees.
The Obama administration is withholding hundreds of documents related to the IRS targeting scandal from a Washington, D.C.-based newspaper, and multiple aspects of the story are total head-scratchers.
He's clearly empowered to toy with the tax structure to offset what he sees as negative changes to the corporate economy over time.
The gist of a New York Times story published Friday about President Obama's community college proposal is that he didn't consult anyone about it.
What if the government took over the internet?
Rising stars among the congressional right, Reps. Justin Amash and Thomas Massie spoke together to a friendly crowd at the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington D.C. Saturday about who's in -- and out -- of the libertarian cohort in Congress.
Rand and his team of trolls are at it again--this time setting up a Valentines Day Pinterest board for their bff, Hillary.
A sign of the times, or a testament to the artist’s realism?
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is hot about the way some residents are using the snow-covered ground.
Something you probably never wanted to think about: New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Rev. Al Sharpton starring in "50 Shades of Grey."
Have no fear: Jack White is here to set the record straight on whose guac recipe that is.
More evidence that it’s not just the NSA watching you: at least 11 Florida police forces have been using intrusive “Stringray” tracking devices to record the movements of residents without their knowledge, according to law enforcement records obtained by the ACLU.
Starting Tuesday, pot is legal in Alaska—but with a lot of caveats and confusion.
How would Edward Snowden have accepted the Oscar for “Citizen Four” if he could have been present?
American millennials really can't catch a break.