The Northern Virginia-based political news outlet Politico recently produced and published a video describing its origins and importance. Inspired by the video's seriousness and awed by the impact the video tells us Politico is having on the lives of elite men and women across this great land, The Daily Caller now tells its own tale of its founding and impact for posterity. We hope it changes your life.
According to the latest Rasmussen presidential tracking poll, 53 percent of American voters say they at least somewhat disapprove of President Obama's job performance. And you can count Obama's cousin, Milton R. Wolf, among them.
The Daily Caller was in New York City for Thursday's Occupy Wall Street protests. While reporting on the fracas, Daily Caller reporter Michelle Fields was pushed to the ground and struck by NYPD officers.
On Wednesday evening The Daily Caller spoke to Washington Post Executive Editor Bob Woodward, and Washington Post vice president and former executive editor Ben Bradlee, about Chris Matthews' new book "Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero" -- and about the sexual harassment allegations facing GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain.
In an exclusive interview Wednesday evening with The Daily Caller's Ginni Thomas, GOP presidential front-runner Herman Cain talked about the political press corps' rush to judgment. "That is the D.C. culture," Cain said. "Guilty until proven innocent."
Who's really behind the Occupy DC protesters? The Daily Caller noticed some striking similarities between everyone's favorite purple dinosaur and this week's protest outside the Americans for Tax Reform building in Washington.
TheDC reporter Matthew Boyle appeared on the Fox Business Network to talk about his story on the Kaiser Family Foundation's donation to Michelle Obama's "Urban Health Initiative."
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, and fellow Americans:
The Daily Caller's Matthew Boyle discusses Texas Gov. Rick Perry's criticism of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and the Republican primary field on Russia Today's "The Alyona Show."
Reporter Matthew Boyle discusses how Senate Indian Affairs Committee Democratic staffers are billing taxpayers for their trip to Maui for a field hearing.
Daily Caller senior reporter Jonathan Strong appeared on CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday to discuss his story about Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann's migraines, and the media's coverage of the debt ceiling debate.
Video intern Lauren Weathers takes a quick glance back at this week in history.