After news spilled out into the public that former Under Secretary of Defense Michele Flournoy rejected President Barack Obama's offer to succeed Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell said it's "embarrassing" that Obama's search has been unsuccessful and fallen flat thus far.
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The Wall Street Journal's Jason Riley said Tuesday the real cause of violence in black communities is black-on-black crime and not police officers.
Retired neurosurgeon and potential GOP 2016 candidate Ben Carson believes race relations in America, as a whole, have "gotten worse" under President Barack Obama's leadership, saying he should take a "balanced, objective look at things" instead of invoking the race card.
With a made-for-TV scene in Ferguson Monday night, CNN and Fox News scored ratings bonanzas, with CNN scoring sweeping wins in the 25-54 demographic, and Fox doing the same in overall numbers, according to Nielsen ratings released Tuesday.
Missouri Lt. Gov.: Did The White House Stop The National Guard From Intervening Monday Night? [VIDEO]
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder questioned why the National Guard did not intervene Monday night to subdue the rioters and looters following the announcement that officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for the death of Michael Brown.
Appearing following the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, civil rights activist Al Sharpton criticized Prosecutor Bob McCulloch's handling of the case, while adding the decision was "expected," yet a "blow" to many who wanted to "see a fair and open trial."
SPLIT-SCREEN SHOCK: Obama Urges Protesters Not To Break Car Windows As Police Car Is Savaged By Crowd
Following the announcement that Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged in the death of Michael Brown, President Barack Obama spoke to the nation about "making progress" on the issues at hand in Ferguson.
Prior to announcing that Officer Darren Wilson had not been indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown, St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch hit against the media coverage surrounding the incident in the aftermath of the shooting.
Krauthammer On Hagel: Obama Can Tolerate ‘Cluelessness, Incompetence, Laziness…But Not Criticism’ [VIDEO]
Commenting on Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's being forced out, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said that while President Barack Obama can "tolerate a lot," specifically pointing out "cluelessness, incompetence, and laziness," he is unable to deal with criticism within his cabinet. Krauthammer added that Hagel simply "had to go" because of that reasoning.
It has been almost a week since Al Sharpton's tax issues became news to everyone thanks to The New York Times's in-depth story.
With more women coming out with sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby in Saturday's Washington Post, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh believes Cosby and former President Bill Clinton should do a PSA against sexual violence. Inspired by one featuring NFL players that aired during Sunday Night Football, Limbaugh suggested the tagline should be "No more Bills will be Bills."
Buchanan: Obama Executive Amnesty ‘The Beginning Of The End Of The United States As One Nation’ [AUDIO]
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan believes President Obama's executive action to legalize approximately 5 million illegal immigrants is "the beginning of the end of the United States as one nation."
After the surprising announcement of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's ouster Monday morning, NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reported that leadership in the Department of Defense had "lost confidence" in him.
In the wake of President Barack Obama's executive order protecting nearly five million illegal immigrants from deportation, "Saturday Night Live" gave it's take on the action, depicting Obama shoving "Bill" from "Schoolhouse Rock" down the steps of Congress in favor of "Executive Order."
Krauthammer: James Madison ‘Is Turning Over In His Grave’ Following Obama’s Executive Amnesty [VIDEO]
Appearing the night after President Barack Obama's national address announcing executive action on immigration, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said that James Madison is "turning over in his grave" after Obama "assaulted the separation of powers" and exceeded "the powers of the presidency." Krauthammer made the comments on "Special Report" Friday night.
Well this is one hell of way to find out you're about to join the unemployment line.
One day after President Barack Obama announced his plan for executive action on immigration, potential GOP candidate Ben Carson compared the president's actions to those of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Surely, President Barack Obama was pleased with his primetime address to the nation announcing his plans for executive amnesty last night.
Following President Barack Obama's address to the nation Thursday night, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions remarked that Obama's plan is a "breathtaking overreach of monumental proportions." Sessions also opined that the president's plan will create a "tidal wave of new illegality" in the future.