Gwyneth Paltrow, who was recently challenged to spend only $29 on food for a week to experience living on food stamps, broke her low-budget diet for chicken, vegetables and half a bag of licorice.
John Oliver focused his weekly tirade on "patent trolls"--those who obtain questionable "patents" in order to wrest money from everyone from huge software companies to struggling small stores.
Rick Perry is against legalizing marijuana--but, unlike Chris Christie, wouldn't "crack down" on states that choose to legalize.
Just days after announcing his own candidacy for president in 2016, Waka Flocka Flame is endorsing Hillary Clinton for the White House. The Atlanta rapper said during a recent interview with MTV News that he will vote for Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
Rand Paul is always up for a good public squabble.
Hillary Clinton's lawyer is insisting that the former secretary of State has already answered all questions regarding her use of a personal e-mail system while at the State Department.
In honor of 4/20, the Denver Police Department tweeted this delightful message to Colorado citizens:
Congress may try to rush through one last attempt at passing NSA reform before several Patriot Act provisions sunset in June.
It’s been months since North Dakota high school student Brigid O’Keefe, inspired by her trip to DC for the annual March for Life, first tried to start a pro-life group at her school.
Even Lindsey Graham, one of the most hawkish members in Congress, wants to get on the “libertarianish” bandwagon.
The Constitution Project, a bipartisan watchdog group, named Rand Paul one of its annual “Constitutional Champions” last week.
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“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe never hesitates to speak his mind.
Dr. Ben Carson was featured in the Washington Post's "Spring Cleaning" feature, where they elected 10 people to opine about something our society is better off without.