Spokane NAACP head Rachel Dolezal responded to Twitter firestorm after it emerged the self-described black woman had no African ancestry, telling a Sky News interviewer that she didn't give "two shits" what people think.
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Citing top Democratic sources, CNN host Jake Tapper reported on "New Day" Friday morning that President Barack Obama lacks the votes to pass "fast-track" approval for the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Congress. (VIDEO: CNN: With Obama Polling At 'Abysmal Numbers,' White House 'Can't Be Happy')
Republican Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk was caught on a live mic telling a Senate colleague that Republican South Carolina senator and presidential candidate Lindsey Graham was a "bro with no ho."
Republican Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan accused President Obama of holding the American people hostage Thursday, saying on “Fox and Friends” he was “dumbfounded” the president wouldn't lay out a plan in case the Supreme Court overrules key provisions of Obamacare. (VIDEO: Paul Ryan: Obama Executive Amnesty Plan ‘Blatantly Unconstitutional’)
In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, transhumanist and "presidential candidate" Zoltan Istvan argues that atheists should have the right to skip airport security entirely, because atheists "aren't attracted to terrorism." (RELATED: HuffPo Op-Ed Defends Michael Brown's Stepfather: Jesus Incited Riots, Too!)
MSNBC's graphics team really picked the wrong time to have two separate grammatical errors on its chyron: during an "Andrea Mitchell Reports" segment on education in the United States.
In a surprising move, liberal MSNBC host Chris Hayes defended Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio from The New York Times article attacking his personal finances on Wednesday, calling the story a "snobbily judgmental nothingburger." (VIDEO: MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ Mocks NYT’s ‘Absurd’ Coverage Of Rubio’s Boat)
According to the president of the McKinney Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), the officer who arrested and wrestled a black teenage girl in a controversial video and the FOP have received death threats from those “set on creating racial tensions.”
In an interview, NPR host Diane Rehm accused Jewish Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders of being an Israeli citizen.
The New York Times' somewhat overstated reporting on Marco Rubio's troubled finances has helped the Republican presidential candidate rake in $100,000 in campaign donations.
The Wednesday panel of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" mocked The New York Times' attack on Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio for buying a "luxury speedboat" on a moderate income. The boat was, in fact, a fairly standard fishing boat. (RELATED: New York Times Attacks Marco Rubio For Not Being Rich Enough)
MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell asked White House communications chief Jen Psaki Tuesday whether Republicans in Congress were actually worried Obamacare would be crippled by the Supreme Court in King v. Burwell, because of how popular Obamacare subsidies are. (VIDEO: MSNBC Reporter Asks Miss Piggy If She's Pro-Choice )
The Department of Justice has issued a subpoena ordering libertarian website Reason.com to hand over information about their anonymous commenters, accusing those users of "threatening" a federal judge. (RELATED: Former CBS Reporter Sues Justice Department For Illegal Surveillance)
Let's give The New York Times some credit right off the bat: its newest attack on Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is substantially more newsworthy than the fact that he racked up four traffic tickets in two decades --- but not by much.
In comments first flagged by PJ Media which got wider exposure after ending up as the Drudge Report banner, former Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader said Hillary Clinton’s hawkish foreign policy comes from her trying to “overcompensate” for being a woman, adding she should return to the “tradition of women of peace”:
In a press conference Monday morning, Boston police released footage of terror suspect Usaama Rahim being shot and killed when confronted by police officers and FBI agents.
During a press conference in Elmau, Germany, President Barack Obama admitted that the U.S. needed to do more to train Iraqi forces to fight ISIS, admitting that he did not yet have a "complete strategy." (RELATED: White House Statement On Christians Beheaded By ISIS Doesn’t Mention That They’re Christians)
Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker refused in an interview with ABC's “This Week” Sunday to rule out a possible re-invasion of Iraq in order to defeat ISIS, telling correspondent Jonathan Karl that he would do whatever was necessary to protect the U.S. security interests.
In an interview with CNN's “State of the Union” Sunday Republican presidential candidate defended the athlete formally known as Bruce Jenner from conservative critics, saying Caitlyn Jenner is welcome in the Republican Party. (RELATED: Twitter Users Vow To #BoycottESPN For Giving Courage Award To Caitlyn Jenner)