Joe Biden is visiting Los Angeles, but does anyone there know who he is?
The Daily Show sent a correspondent to the most recent U.N. General Assembly, “to see what the hell they were doing to fix these messes.”
Democrats must be getting desperate ahead of the midterm elections, because they are allowing actress Gwyneth Paltrow to throw a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee.
President Obama spoke Thursday at Cross Campus in Santa Monica, California, a space for startup companies. His remarks targeted millennials and young entrepreneurs.
The White House has a new social media plan underway to lure in young people, and it revolves around emojis.
Fresh off of somehow offending both Jews and Muslims in the span of a few days, Vice-President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. was the subject of a cringeworthy question at Monday's White House press briefing that had at least one other member of the press corps snickering.
McCain thinks he would wield a great deal of influence over a potential President Paul, “particularly on the military side of things.”
One could see how Schumer's simile may have been a stretch. Twitter certainly did.
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Florida governor Rick Scott is in damage control mode after causing seven of the most ridiculous minutes to occur during a political debate, which have already come to be known as "Fangate."
A United Nations report concluded that mass surveillance of the internet is “corrosive” to privacy and violates international law.
A startup in Silicon Valley hopes to streamline the cumbersome immigration form backlog with a program that would be the TurboTax of immigration forms.
Small businesses were less optimistic about their economic prospects in September than in August, according to the optimism index measured by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).
This week, Red Alert's Deputy Editor Ashley Dobson discusses a new education rule from the Obama administration that may harm the students it's trying to help most.