After watching President Obama’s televised defense of the Iran deal, I only have one thing to say: think of the carbon emissions, Mr. President.
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Scoops Delacroix is a freelance journalist and former communications director for the Front de libération du Québec. His book "Shake: Yuri Andropov and the Death of Narrative" is available on Amazon.
Abortion rights advocates have recently grabbed headlines with their effort to "de-stigmatize" abortion by offering spa-like abortion services.
This week, Buzzfeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith published an email that he sent to his staff informing them of a new diversity-based hiring program that will result in all kinds of new Buzzfeed employees from different kinds of backgrounds. We applaud the editor of the predominately male, nearly 75 percent white publication for his bold statement. In that spirit, we have resolved to do more.
It had been nearly ten years since I arrived in Washington. I'd risen through the ranks, made all the right friends. Press secretaries feared me. Senators respected me. Comely young Hill staffers were mine for the taking.
Washing cars is an art, so here is this slideshow --- for art.
Despite veterans' protests at the World War II memorial, officials have remained recklessly oblivious to the potential for a public uprising at the nearby World War I memorial, which currently has no barricades and no security.
On Monday afternoon, The Washington Post placed a question in the middle of its homepage asking federal workers the saddest question of all time: "Are you 'essential'?"
TheDC POLITICO playbook, presented by The Church of Scientology — SHRUNKEN 2014 MAP: Fewest House battlegrounds in 10 yrs.; fewest tight Senate races in 20 yrs.; frantic recruiting by parties to put more seats in play — SALLY QUINN is 90 — SMI is 17
SIREN -- MARK HALPERIN on “Morning Joe”: “I think Americans are increasingly frustrated…by Washington.”
There are only so many photos of a smoking hot Kate Upton we can look at in one day, you know?
Back in 2008 it was fun. Daring. Exciting. The rush was unbelievable. The visuals? Man, this dope is like the best parts of coke and acid. Plus all the cool kids were doing it, but, like, for real -- not in a cliche way, ya know?
CANBERRA, Australia (TheDC) – Australian voters delivered a crushing defeat to the country’s ruling Labour Party in elections over the weekend amid beer shortages and a spike in boomerang attacks.
Here is a list of 13 crackers we'd sure love to spread our cheese on.
In light of the Whitey Bulger verdict, here are 11 Whiteys who give us Bulgers.
1.) You don’t breathe
This article is part of a Daily Caller series on the future of whaling. Click here to read “Japan’s phony, wasteful whale research must end,” by Greenpeace’s Phil Kline.
Need a break from all the presidential election coverage? Well, we are here to help.
Superstorm Sandy brought untold devastation to the East Cost this week and left millions without power. Now a major network is planning a made-for-TV movie based on the storm, and The Daily Caller has obtained an exclusive sneak peek at the casting.
Not even the impending doom of Hurricane Sandy can stop us from bringing you Sexy Sundae.