Michigan's former governor talks Tosh.O, right-wing radio, and her favorite 22-year-old blogger.
The acclaimed filmmaker makes the liberal's case for watching Fox News
It's a warzone in Syria, unless you happen to be an upper-class supporter of the president. In that case: Life is rather comfortable.
Two years ago, The Onion dreamed up a scenario in which Justin Bieber is revealed to be a 51-year-old pedophile who crafted a lovable teen heart throb persona to gain access to underage girls. It was the sort of dark, absurdist humor the satirical newspaper thrives at, but no one thought it would actually sort of come true.
The Secret Service is moving fast to extinguish its prostitution scandal but an onslaught of lies, lawsuits, and investigations guarantee that the media frenzy isn't going anywhere.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve may have been an innocuous end-of-year ritual but the show that made him famous, American Bandstand, remains an American treasure.
Say what you will about North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, the kid knows how to pinch a penny.
The ceasefire in Syria is now a fiction, as the regime's military forces continue to pound opposition, but the U.N. and Western nations don't want to admit as much because the talks it's supposed to engender are still seen as the least worst option.
Hollywood celebrities love the environment almost as much as they love alternative sources of income.
It isn't polite to generalize but let's face it: West Africa has a coup problem.
The Taliban's brazen 18-hour offensive is over and now NATO and Afghan officials are scrambling to figure out how the insurgency struck at the heart of Afghanistan's capital.
The UN observer mission in Syria began its work in the country Monday, but according to accounts on the ground, the envoy i looking at a war zone, not a ceasefire.
Discovered: kids shrug off the severity of cyberbullying, the unwed couple babyboom is afoot, and worrying and intelligence go hand-in-hand.
Last February, when White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters President Obama was still "evolving" on the issue of gay marriage, it was an implicit signal to gay rights advocates that the president was coming around to their side.
Last night, Fox News president Roger Ailes told an audience at the University of North Carolina's Journalism School that in "15 years we have never taken a story down because it was wrong," according to an account by New York's Gabriel Sherman. That's quite the fib.
Nobody can quite figure out why North Korea, a country that instinctively lies to its people, admitted to the embarrassing failure of its rocket launch this morning.
The narrative of the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound is getting another revamp, and this time, bin Laden's youngest wife doesn't get shot in the leg.
Discovered: alcohol may increase your problem-solving skills, men don't act chivalrous when disaster strikes, UCLA has created a time machine of sorts and toddlers and chimps have something in common.
Sometime between now and Monday, Pyongyang will launch its "Unha-3" rocket some time between now and Monday, but it will have cost hundreds of millions of dollars and tons of food to make that happen.
In today's tour of state-run propaganda, Iran's propaganda outlet suddenly cares about propaganda, Egyptian state media enters the presidential race and China's People's Daily files for an IPO.
Aggrieved presidential candidate Newt Gingrich went off on a freewheeling rant against Fox News last night, accusing his former employer of "bias" and "distortion," and effectively neutering his campaign. If only that were true.
All eyes will be on Syria tomorrow as the country promises to "cease all military fighting throughout Syrian territory as of 6 a.m."
Rick Santorum's campaign for the presidency is over but instead of throwing in the towel with a decisive phrase like "I'm finished," he announced that "we'll suspend our campaign effective today."
Just because you may not always drink responsibly doesn't mean you need to drink environmentally-irresponsibly.
It's difficult to interpret the widely-touted deal between the U.S. and Afghanistan over night raids in any way other than as a political gift to Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
North Korea doesn't have a lot of experience dealing with the press (because it rarely does) so when it gave its most detailed defense of its rocket launch this morning, it didn't go over so well.
The sex columnist explains his masochistic addiction to National Review and how the Internet became one big alt-weekly
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman may not want to call out David Brooks by name, but that won't stop him from tearing down his latest ideas in a thinly-veiled rebuttal.
With one day left until the United Nations' special envoy Kofi Annan's cease-fire plan comes into effect, Syrian security forces are waging an unyielding campaign of violence against rebel forces across the country.
North Korean officials tried to ease tensions over its upcoming rocket launch by opening its launch pad on Sunday to the international press. It didn't work.
The White House wants us to know something important about Iran—but what is it?
The fireball of destruction that is Keith Olbermann's career has veered its course toward former colleague and Current TV host Cenk Uygur.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange likes to complain about the media, and with the debut of his new talkshow next week, get ready to hear a lot more of it.
After weeks of bluster, North Korea is finally going to fire a satellite into polar orbit next week, which raises several questions.
With another admission of illegal hacking by the British press this morning, it's getting hard to differentiate the scandalized newspapers from the non-scandalized newspapers.
By now, everyone knows how to "go green," but what if you want to take it the next level?
The first step to recovery is acceptance and finally, official Washington is ready to come to grips with reality: It's addicted to the BlackBerry.
Yesterday, the U.S. Army sent out a new request to its clients in the military industrial complex: We need heavy-duty underwear. But any old bullet-proof boxers; they must be comfy.
While the media focused on President Obama's attacks on Paul Ryan's budget yesterday, the president had a separate message for the press: Here's how to cover my re-election campaign.
If environmental stewardship turned into some sort of epic battle of the sexes, men would get clobbered.
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