Cartoonist Nick Anderson doesn't believe that term applies to these two.
"The people of Moore should know that their country will remain on the ground -- for them, beside them -- for as long as it takes," President Obama said today. From helping Oklahomans reunite with their pets to turning dorms into housing for the newly-homeless, here's how everyone is pitching in to help the town of Moore, Okla.
Thanks to a plethora of unnamed sources, The New York Post has determined that the case against Greg Kelly is getting murkier.
"I still endorse the people and Newt Gingrich. They are not exclusive of each other." explained Herman Cain on Fox News this morning.
With news that his daughter is getting better and is ready to come home, Rick Santorum said Sunday night that he'd be back on the campaign trail with events planned in Nevada and Colorado
In an unsurprising move, Thailand has become the first government to support Twitter censorship.
Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" was downloaded 16,000 times last week, thanks in part to President Obama's a capella moment at the Apollo Theater last week.
China is totally important and just like the United States and Britain, it now has its own special section in The Economist.
Cartoonist Lisa Benson makes a point about GOP primaries.
President Obama spoke Thursday in Las Vegas, Nevada at a UPS center to promote American-made energy and his "An America Built to Last" campaign, and he also addressed, at least implicitly, his Republican detractors.
It may be too little too late, but CNN's John King finally caught Newt Gingrich in lie and determined that Gingrich never offered ABC any of his personal friends to rebuke Marianne Gingrich's claims of Newt's open marriage requests.
We don't really know what was said during Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and President Obama's tarmac finger-pointing run-in in Phoenix yesterday, other than that the president took umbrage with his portrayal Brewer's book Scorpions for Breakfast.
Rescuers in Rio de Janeiro are searching for at least 19 missing people after two buildings collapsed around 9 p.m. Wednesday evening.
After his silly excuse for abandoning ship, it's becoming impossible to trust what Captain Francesco Schettino says. So, we're finding it a bit difficult to accept the new transcripts of Schettino blaming an unnamed and unyielding manager for sailing too close to shore.
The very fictional Chief Executive Intern at Business Insider, Haley Amber Feinberg, has one of the most entertaining Davos reports at the moment. Who cares if it's fake?
The latest New York City public health campaign was so determined to make it very clear that diabetes leads to amputation that it created a fictional amputee.
This shouldn't come as a surprise. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom was deemed a flight risk and denied bail on Wedenesday, which means he'll have to spend the next four weeks in a New Zealand jail.
Vice President Joe Biden had an early-morning interview with Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos today, revealing that the reason President Obama ordered the rescue was due to Jessica Buchanan's "failing" health.
Cartoonist Steve Breen weighs in on Obama's GOP pick.
In what might be the craziest thing you'll see this week (yes, it's only Tuesday), here's a video of Chinese soldiers playing hot potato with a live
grenade explosive. Apparently it's an official military exercise.
Mitt Romney's latest attack on Newt Gingrich's time as an historian for Freddie Mac would be more effective if it didn't remind us that Romney could easily pay the $1.6 million 'reward' he's playfully putting up to learn more about his opponent's old job .
The discovery of two more bodies in the wreckage of the Costa Concordia today brings the death toll to 15 and brings the missing count to 17--numbers that might not mean much considering there are reports now that there may have been several unregistered passengers on board.
Instead of accepting the not-very-convincing "he's too big and fat to pass through customs" theory, a New Zealand court has sided with prosecutors and ordered Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom to be held in custody while facing charges of money laundering and piracy.
If you had any doubts that Iran's nuclear program was of the peaceful variety, the European Union's immediate oil embargo on Iran shows that you're not the only one who needs convincing.
Etta James, the Grammy award-winning, soulful singer with that untouchable voice has died from complications stemming from leukemia in Riverside, California today. James was 73.
Costa Cruises, the company which owns the now-shipwrecked Costa Concordia, is in the process of offering full refunds to surviving passengers, but that won't stop the lawsuits from being filed or the amateur videos from revealing that the crew might not have handle the accident in the best way possible.
Stephen Colbert paid a visit to Friday's Morning Joe (live from South Carolina) to talk about politics—which they did for the few minutes when they weren't laughing or holding back the giggles.
Former Speaker of the House and current Republican hopeful Newt Gingrich released his tax return during last night's debate, proving he's an excellent multi-tasker and isn't afraid to show that he paid just under $1 million in taxes and around $20,000 in alimony for 2010.
"They would give them a machete. If not, they'd give them a sledge hammer and they'd tell them to kill the people they had tied up," said admitted Zetas drug cartel hitman Wenceslao Tovar in a Texas court yesterday--giving a rare glimpse of just how terrifying Mexican drug cartels really are.
We don't necessarily blame the British government for denying the use of these fake rocks to spy on Russians in 2006, as admitting you're using these unsophisticated things (like a former official did today) is just as embarrassing as actually being caught spying.
If you're looking for a bellwether in the Costa Concordia wreck's rescue efforts, just pay attention to how loud and how often officials talk about emptying out the 2,300 tons of fuel the ship is holding.
The final results of the Iowa Caucuses put Rick Santorum ahead of Mitt Romney by 34 votes, though the Iowan Republican Party's executive director, calls it a "split decision."
The Players: Chris Christie, the well-liked Governor of New Jersey Governor and possible VP pick who's also known for his weight struggles; Eugene Robinson, liberal columnist for The Washington Post who's known for writing about Christie's weight struggles.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's new profile in Rolling Stone makes one thing very clear: Assange very much likes the people who like him and he'll remind you there are still plenty of them.
One point of interest if and when Mitt Romney releases his tax returns, will be his ties to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,, but with news of some recently uncovered Bain transactions might mean we won't have to wait that long.
George Lucas, Star Wars creator and Indiana Jones visionary, is the subject of a New York Times Magazine profile out this weekend and argues that naïveté can actually be a good thing for movies about race.
A look at visitor logs from The White House has MSNBC's star being cleared to enter The White House seven times and meeting with Obama face-to-face three of those times--a number on par with King Abdullah of Jordan.
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