Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid thinks he knows how to win in 2014.
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Since the kidnapping of nearly 300 girls, Hillary Clinton has risen to the fore of those demanding international action and calling Nigerian group Boko Haram terrorists.
Friday is Derby Eve. That is to say, Saturday is Derby Day. Which will be followed in short order by Sunday Funday.
On Monday afternoon, MSNBC host Ronan Farrow sounded his Twitter trumpet, asking his dozens of adoring fans to "forget One Direction" and send him a video of what makes us "beautiful."
Media Matters employees are furious that their bosses are trying to keep them from unionizing.
In her new autobiography, "A Fighting Chance," Sen. Elizabeth Warren has some strange words for Sen. Ted Kennedy.
Near the end of her new autobiography, "A Fighting Chance," Sen. Elizabeth Warren gives readers a glimpse into her extensive knowledge of guns.
Former Obama senior adviser David Axelrod is set to square off against former colleague Jim Messina in the next British elections. The match follows Axelrod's decision to sign on with the U.K.'s liberal Labour Party, which is challenging the ruling Conservative Party.
According to the progressive playbook, if Florida Gov. Rick Scott had not declined an unaffordable expansion of Medicaid, Charlene Dill wouldn't have died suddenly from a heart condition.
Edward Snowden appeared on a Russian propaganda talk show this week, asking Russian President Vladimir Putin, "Does Russia intercept, store or analyze in any way the communications of millions of individuals?"
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Israel called Republican voters racist Sunday. He is the fourth senior Democrat to call the GOP racist in the past week.
There's something sinister on the airwaves. It's sloppy, and it's cynical, but sinister all the same, and it's race-hate spewing from the absolute top of the Democratic Party.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform voted on Thursday to hold former IRS official Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress. The committee's approval paves the way for a vote in the full House of Representatives.
When challenged by the Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol, a "Morning Joe" panel couldn't think of a single accomplishment by Hillary Clinton in her time as a senator or secretary of state. John Heilemann was caught particularly flat-footed, though Chuck Todd had one idea: Israel-Palestine didn't get much worse.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is intentionally sidelining one of his own Republican committee chairmen -- and the chairman’s attempts to pass conservative reforms -- in order to better secure his own path to the speakership.
A video of a brazen, 8-minute terrorist parade in Abu Ghraib, Iraq, just two miles from Baghdad, was published to YouTube Tuesday. The parade received no visible pushback from police or military.
Turns out there might be another planet in the solar system. Not a big guy. Just about ten times the size of Earth, tucked in there behind Pluto, floating its ass around the sun every few thousand years or whatever.
New York state Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney announced a primary challenge to Republican Rep. Richard Hanna Wednesday morning, hitting her opponent from the right.
A Rhode Island state senator didn't mince words last week, telling one Internet-show-hosting conspiracy theorist "go fuck yourself" when asked about anti-gun legislation the senator was voting on that day.
De Morgan, a progressive newspaper in Belgium, is in trouble after it printed a racist, altered picture of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama in an article making fun of Russian President Vladimir Putin.