The film adaption of Lois Lowry's beloved 1993 young adult classic "The Giver" opens in theaters Friday. Before you watch the dystopian film on the big screen, check out these reviews -- just so you know what you're getting yourself into ...
Don't expect any "major announcements" from the president this weekend, we're told, but that's nothing to say for "minor announcements."
Why is Bryan Adams running for Senate, and what has he done with Kay Hagan?
President Obama called recent bipartisan criticism of his Syria policy a bunch of hooey, reportedly labeling it "horsesh-t."
A Pennsylvania Republican's defense against House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's odd breach of decorum Friday has earned him the label "sexist."
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A sinkhole outside a Pittsburgh-area tanning salon has opened up to Red Alert Politics in an exclusive interview, saying its reason for coming into being was "an act of protest" that had been "bubbling up" since the implementation of a punitive Obamacare tax in 2010.
This one's from the "U" drawer of the filing cabinets, under "Utterly Predictable."
Two members of the student government of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas sat down with Jon Ralston of Ralston Reports to express their outrage at the former secretary of State's $225,000 speaking fee and ask the politician to return the money to the foundation.
If we truly want higher education to be an attainable goal for our students, let’s stop forcing tuition up with social programs that are only thought out in the short-term.