The Daily Show’s Samantha Bee searched in vain for a statistic even Nate Silver couldn’t get for her—how often the police shoot civilians.
Jason Jones, filling in for Jon Stewart, poked fun at Vice President Joe Biden’s most recent string of gaffes on the Daily Show.
Tuesday, the president will attend a star-studded fundraiser in New York for the Democratic National Committee, reports the New York Post's Page Six. The soiree will take place at the residence of Bill White, the former head of Intrepid-Sea-Air-Space Museum, and his husband.
First, the IRS loses e-mails. Now, the EPA loses text messages. The Environmental Protection Agency will soon file a notice admitting that it may have lost text messages crucial in a lawsuit filed against the agency by the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI).
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.
In an interview with USA TODAY Tuesday, House Speaker John Boehner affirmed that Obama's championed but disastrous Affordable Care Act "has to go."
McCain thinks he would wield a great deal of influence over a potential President Paul, “particularly on the military side of things.”
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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL -- If there’s a silver lining for McDonald’s in Tuesday’s dreadful earnings report, it is that perhaps union activists will begin to understand that the fast-food chain cannot solve the problems of the Obama economy.
CNN’s Jake Tapper had some fun at the expense of Florida’s gubernatorial candidates Tuesday night.
WASHINGTON (AP) — American detainee Jeffrey Fowle has been released from North Korea, nearly six months after he was taken into custody on charges of leaving a Bible in a nightclub, the State Department said Tuesday. Two other Americans who have been tried and convicted of crimes in North Korea are still being held.
For months Washington has been trying to guess what President Obama’s promised executive action on immigration will entail.
A California bill recently signed into law will allow individuals to prevent family members from owning weapons if they deem them mentally unstable or dangerous.
Part of New York's SAFE Act, which was pushed by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and passed quickly in 2013, encourages mental health professionals -- not necessarily doctors -- to report any of their patients to authorities if they seem "likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to self or others."
Edward Snowden criticized the U.S. government for failing to anticipate the Boston Marathon bombings, blaming their focus on mass surveillance for allowing them to miss actual credible threats.
A new study suggests the advantages of a college degree are deteriorating—even for traditionally high-paying majors.
If you search for “gender gap in STEM education,” you’ll find piles of articles calling to reverse the national emergency of women who don’t like math. But there’s another gender gap that often gets less attention: women have started to consistently outnumber men in graduate schools, year after year, and not just in non-STEM fields.
Undocumented college students in California now have access to a state student loan program thanks to a measure signed into law this week by Gov. Jerry Brown (D).
When a student newspaper at the University of Alaska Fairbanks wrote a satirical story about their campus dedicating “a new building in the shape of a vagina” to honor their female demographic, they soon found their 2013 April Fools prank under investigation for sexual harassment.