As the election approaches, "Meet The Press" host Chuck Todd is on a bus tour to battleground states.
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Fast food is awful, right? It tastes old and processed, nothing like delicious organic food.
The Maryland Democratic Party has been acting like a party in panic mode. This week it sent out a race-baiting mailer to African-Americans around the state urging them to vote for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown because he is black, and saying that not doing so would be akin to a return to the segregated South. His opponent, businessman Larry Hogan, has internal polling that pulls that theoretical panic into reality, and the Democratic Party is doubling down on the race vote.
Zale Thompson, a 32-year-old resident of Queens, New York, was shot dead Thursday night after attacking two New York City police officers with a hatchet.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown was supposed to have an easy victory this November. The Democrat in a state with a two-to-one voter registration advantage over Republicans was expected to coast to victory in the deeply blue state and become its first African-American governor. That's not shaping up to be the case.
Jim Moynihan, Republican candidate for the Illinois State House, went in Wednesday to vote early, and to vote for himself. But when he touched the screen mark his name, it was his Democratic opponent’s name that registered the vote.
The Avengers was one of the highest grossing movies of all time. In fact, the entire Marvel universe created around the characters in The Avengers has made billions for the comic book company.
In 1964, singer Leslie Gore recorded “You Don’t Own Me,” a feminist anthem of equality of the sexes. It was a hit, and it has endured.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren told CNN’s Gloria Borger she’s been the victim of sexism in the United States Senate, being treated differently because she’s a woman.
Vox just can’t bring itself to report honestly on the gunfight that took place in the Canadian Parliament building.
Last night CNN’s Jake Tapper moderated a debate between Republican incumbent Governor Rick Scott and former Republican Governor and current Democratic nominee Charlie Crist.
On the verge of the 2014 midterm elections, a group of wealthy progressive activists in Hollywood and business have released “20 Short Films You Can’t Afford To Miss.” The group they formed is called "We The Economy," a collectivist-sounding name that advocates for a collectivist agenda.
The "Fine Arts Critic" of the Denver Post is very upset. A lot of money was spent restoring Denver's old Union Station in the city's center, and it's beautiful. But the people going to the Station's restaurants, bars, and shops are too white.
Activist group FCKH8 wants you to know of f*cked up the country is. They also want to shock you. And for you to buy their swag.
Liberal MSNBC host Rachel Maddow is actively rooting for Democrats this November. With races so close around the country, it's understandable why she's on edge. But she went over the edge Tuesday night.
Last week a woman on a tour of the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., vomited as she disembarked the tour bus. She told her fellow tourists that she’d recently returned from western Africa, sparking fears of Ebola. As a precaution, her fellow passengers were quarantined for hours.
At a time when being seen as too close to President Barack Obama is a political liability, Democratic candidates are rushing to distance themselves from the man. But two things are standing in their way – their voting records and the president himself.
President Barack Obama almost bombed Syria two years ago for using chemical weapons against its civilians. The President balked back then and a deal was struck with the regime of Bashir al-Assad to destroy Syria’s stockpiles of chemical weapons.
The old saying “Birds of a feather flock together” holds true for people too, even in the virtual world. Pew Research released a study today on the media that, among other things, looked at what information people expose themselves to and how they react to it. The results are a snapshot of an increasing insulated population.