Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) seemed extremely amused by a reporter asking whether Dennis Rodman helped free American citizens Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller from North Korea.
Seth Meyers noticed that President Obama's campaign emails "took a real turn" after the midterm elections.
Jon Stewart used Obama’s climate change deal with China as a launching pad for attacking the NRA.
Hackers with suspected ties to the Russian government recently broke into the White House’s unclassified computer network, the Washington Post reported Tuesday night.
President Obama claimed executive privilege to withhold over 15,000 documents relating to Operation Fast and Furious, including nearly 20 emails sent between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife.
Soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid again went after Team Koch-o Wednesday, and an election-fatigued public wasn't having any of it.
November 4 may have come and gone, but election season continues.
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Teleprompter and Kim Kardashian expert Rev. Al Sharpton is not that great at paying his bills, as a New York Times report details.
Facebook has been dubbed by politicos like BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith as the soon-to-be “place where American elections are fought and won.”
Despite prisons so overcrowded that the state faces a Supreme Court order to reduce its prison population, lawyers for California’s attorney general want to keep nonviolent offenders behind bars.
Outgoing attorney general Eric Holder sat down with Bill Keller and Tim Golden of the Marshall Project for an interview that spanned a range of topics, including prison reform, marijuana, and the death penalty—and included some praise for Harry Reid’s favorite punching-bag along the way.
The Senate is expected to vote today on a bill to reform the NSA, leaving supporters and detractors scrambling to make their final case to legislators.
Some cops aren’t just profiting from civil asset forfeiture—they’re counting on it.