Republicans must never have been big "Star Trek" fans, we guess.
It appears singer Cee-Lo Green offended the military with his outlandish comments on Twitter about rape, so much so that he has been removed from the list of performers at a Washington, D.C., navy base concert later this month.
There was a segment on "The Daily Show" Thursday night ostensibly about the wackiness of Senate races across the country -- really, it was just an opportunity to highlight crazy TV ads and hear Jon Stewart do his Mitch McConnell impersonation -- but an audience flub sort of stole the show.
Your daily segment of nothing but hacktitude.
Joe Biden continues to brand himself the White House flirt. In a recently released video of Biden's July 25 meeting with Lucy Coffee, the vice president kisses the 108-year-old war veteran on the cheek and hand and tells her, "I'm the guy that loves you."
Have it your way, Warren.
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USA TODAY -- So much for the West Coast states of Jefferson and Silicon Valley — at least for now.
THE HILL -- The Ready for Hillary Super-PAC is visiting six college campuses in Iowa next week, piggybacking on Hillary Clinton’s first visit to the state since her disappointing loss in the 2008 presidential election.
LEMOORE, Calif. (AP) — Rescuers searched an area of the far western Pacific Ocean Saturday for a Navy fighter pilot whose jet was one of two that crashed west of Wake Island.
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.