Play Emmy Bingo (specially created for lovers of political entertainment!) along with us as the winners are awarded during NBC's live broadcast Monday night.
Lesson: No matter how hard you try to make Rick Perry look bad, it just ain't gonna work.
"Mitt does the most Mitt thing ever."
Congress' chief watchdog said that the U.S. prisoner swap involving Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl violated two laws in a report issued Thursday.
Smile already, America. Your commander in chief is in the driver's seat.
"If the economy was growing, the border was controlled, the Middle East was stabilizing and there were no outbreaks of violence in the streets of major American cities, no one would comment on the number of golf games President Obama played."
From Around The Web
It's not some random Canadian who tweeted this (though it'd be a worthy finale to the Rob Ford saga if @TOMayorFord became a military provocateur). This is from NATO Canada.
NEW YORK (AP) — Airline passengers have come to expect a tiny escape from the confined space of today's packed planes: the ability to recline their seat a few inches. When one passenger was denied that bit of personal space Sunday, it led to a heated argument and the unscheduled landing of their plane, just halfway to its destination.
NBC NEWS -- The battle in itself seemed tragically normal. Two Syrian opposition groups fought and there were heavy casualties on both sides. Then victorious rebels rifled through the pockets of the dead. One contained about $800 in cash -- and an American passport.
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The Chicago Cubs grounds crew lost a little bit of dignity and the players came very close to losing a game Tuesday night, partly thanks to Obamacare.
Professor Julio Pino has spoken out against Israel in the past, but his latest anti-Israel tirade is raising eyebrows and ire anew.
Imagining what failure will follow the failed follow-up to the failed No Child Left Behind is exciting!
While colleges and universities frequently depict themselves as centers of vibrant question and debate, they are frequently of remarkably orthodox political opinions, as is demonstrated by a recent academic boycott.
Speaking to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR) during a briefing on sexual harassment law in education, Democrat Commissioner Michael Yaki gave a surprisingly blunt -- and revealing -- defense of campus speech codes, claiming that they were necessary because the brains of college students are still developing and cannot handle certain ideas.