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President Barack Obama said Wednesday that he was pretty into comic books in the past.
Since Ted Cruz announced his presidential candidacy Monday, liberals and their allies in the mainstream media have barely been able to cough out their insult-filled headlines (The Washington Post asked if he was a "smug know-it-all," while The Atlantic talked about his "paranoid style." Don't worry, I won't link to that pabulum.)
A group of Democratic senators is urging the Obama administration to delay a key portion of Obamacare because the results could be "harmful and disruptive."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie lost his prime speaking role at a New Hampshire Republican Party dinner because he didn't RSVP in time, and the party gave his slot to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes' primetime show "All In with Chris Hayes" is scheduled to be canceled in the liberal network's 8 p.m. timeslot as part of a roster shakeup that recently snared daytime hosts Ronan Farrow and Joy Reid.
President Obama weighed in on the University of Oklahoma racist video scandal, saying that he thinks the majority of the country should respond when a citizen is caught saying something racist.
Former Attorney General John Aschcroft said that President Obama appeals to ethnic politics while ignoring the law.
President Obama this week called mandatory voting "a better strategy" than the voluntary voting system that America has now.
Still think liberal feminist journalists aren't racist man-haters? (RELATED: Men Should Avoid Progressive Women For Their Own Safety).
Forgettable former Saturday Night Live cast member Horatio Sanz complained about SNL's "conservative bullshit" and criticized the show for getting away from "leftist politics" in a podcast interview Thursday.
President Obama said Wednesday that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) should change its basketball rules, while speaking critically about the University of Virginia's vaunted defense.
A statue at the springtime Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain depicts President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin wearing tutus like a couple of ballerinas.
The anti-Hillary Clinton movement within the Democratic Party is finally getting some early primary-state credentials.
Political consultant Liz Mair resigned under pressure from Scott Walker's budding presidential campaign after her past tweets criticizing Iowa as the first caucus state were publicized.
The chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus said that race is a factor in Senate Republicans' delaying a confirmation vote on President Barack Obama's attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch, The Hill newspaper reported Tuesday.
Facebook has censored a fundraising appeal for a Christian movie because the social media company says that the ad degrades people.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is creating a new program for Starbucks baristas to discuss race relations with customers, as part of the coffee chain's "Race Together" campaign.
The White House altered a report to justify a new Obama administration rule regulating investment advisers, according to a major lobbying organization for the securities industry.