This wasn't quite enough to turn her into Street Phoebe, but she was confused nonetheless.
John Oliver could barely contain his glee after viewing a local news segment on salmon cannons--a device manufactured to help salmon get upstream to mate.
Even being the president of the United States does not save you from everyone’s nightmare: the shame of having your credit card declined in public.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) kids aren’t all on board with his possible run for the White House.
Rep. Justin Amash, the libertarian congressman from Michigan, knows that Congress is far from libertarian. But someday, he thinks that might change.
Rand Paul didn’t mince words about the GOP.
Young people tend not to engage much in the humdrum local politics that go into midterm elections. But what if it’s happening literally in their own backyard?
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) made some self-deprecating jokes and colorful remarks about the state of the government during a recent private gathering, per a recording provided to CNN by South Carolina Democrats.
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The Daily Beast interviewed renowned male porn star James Deen, and discovered along the way that he “is a raging, hard-core libertarian, even if he doesn’t quite know it.”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky won election by fellow Republicans on Thursday to become Senate majority leader when the new Congress convenes in January, fulfilling a long-held ambition.
USA TODAY -- RICHLAND, Ga. — Stewart-Webster Hospital had only 25 beds when it still treated patients. The rural hospital served this small town of 1,400 residents and those in the surrounding farms and crossroads for more than six decades.
His story reads like a sequel to Les Miserables: Franklin Frye, 68, has spent 40 years in a D.C. mental hospital for stealing a $20 necklace.
A bipartisan alliance of House members asking Congress to leave marijuana laws to the states has an unusual member: A Republican and former Reagan speechwriter.
New York law enforcement is concerned that dead gun owners' families will let their weapons "end up in the wrong hands."
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Bogus classes and automatic A's and B's are at the heart of a cheating scandal at the University of North Carolina that lasted nearly two decades, encompassing about 3,100 students — nearly half of them athletes.