In an interview with Fusion's Jorge Ramos, staunch liberal and Obama supporter George Clooney promised to do "whatever" Hillary Clinton's heart should desire in order to help her presidential campaign.
At Saturday's South Carolina Freedom Summit, the Florida senator and Republican candidate for president spotlighted his strategy to defeat radical jihadists like the members of ISIS by referring to the ever popular film "Taken."
Actress Natalie Portman will play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a film called "On the Basis of Sex," Deadline Hollywood reported late Friday.
Potential GOP presidential candidate and business mogul Donald Trump weighed in on several of his 2016 challengers in a segment for ABC News, particularly expressing his negative assessments of Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
While he supports medical marijuana use, Bernie Sanders has never quite come out in favor of recreational marijuana legalization.
According to a recent report in the Wall Street Journal, Clinton's staffers during her stint as secretary of state attempted to limit and even block the release of documents asked for under Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
Howard Dean, who served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 2005 to 2009, claimed on MSNBC's Morning Joe Wednesday that it is Hillary Clinton's "prerogative" -- her right -- not to show the media the emails from her personal system.
California resident Myrna Arias, formerly employed by wire service company Intermex, claims her boss attempted to track her movements 24/7--and then fired her when she refused to comply.
Along with the average student debt, the share of students taking out loans to fund college is also increasing. Whereas 64 percent of students graduating with a bachelor's degree a decade ago left school having to pay back a loan, that same figure stands at nearly 71 percent in 2015.
On Jan. 20, 2009, the U.S. Senate was poised to nominate then-Senator Clinton as secretary of State by a unanimous consent vote, but Sen. Jon Cornyn (R-Tex.) objected, temporarily thwarting Clinton’s nomination.
"He's an absolutely poisonous figure in Washington, D.C.," Perino said of Reid. "He's been a disaster for the country. I think a lot of the dysfunction in Washington can be traced directly to his doorstep. I think it is very good for the country, for the world, and especially for the Democrats that Harry Reid is retiring."
Rand Paul promoted his libertarian (ish) vision for the pro-life movement at the Susan B. Anthony List's Campaign for Life Strategy Summit Thursday morning.
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