Justices Appear Skeptical Of Law Requiring 'Crisis Pregnancy Centers' To Provide Information About Abortion

The Supreme Court appears ready to strike down a California law requiring Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information on abortion.

Mississippi Enacts Law Banning Abortion After 15 Weeks, Immediately Gets Sued

Mississippi has passed a law that seems designed to directly challenge the underpinnings of Roe v. Wade.

Opponents Of New Pennsylvania Redistricting Map Suffer Two Big Setbacks In Court

Challengers to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's ruling on Congressional redistricting suffered two big setbacks in court yesterday that suggest that they've reached the end of the road legally.

Former 'Sex And The City' Star Enters New York Governor's Race She Will Most Likely Lose

A famous name enters the race to challenge Andrew Cuomo, but it's unlikely she'll have much of an impact.

Austin-Bound Package Explodes at FedEx Facility

A package exploded in San Antonio overnight. It was believed bound for Austin. It would be the fifth in a spree of bombings in the city this month.

Self-Driving Uber Kills Pedestrian

We don't yet have enough information to assign blame here. Naturally, that's not stopping anyone.

Tornado Hits Jacksonville, Alabama

As we wait for "an all-out snowstorm for the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC-to-Boston corridor," a storm has already hit back home.

Trump Hires Conspiracy-Theory Lawyer

Joseph E. diGenova has touted the theory that rogue FBI elements have tried to frame Trump in the Russia probe.


House Intel Committee Found No Evidence Of Collusion Because It Wasn't Looking For Any

The head of the House Intelligence Committee's Russia investigation admitted yesterday that the committee was never focused on any potential evidence of collusion.


BBC Pays John McEnroe 10 Times What it Pays Martina Navratilova

It may be time for transparency on pay structures so employees know what others in comparable positions are making.


Trump Required White House Staff To Sign Confidentiality Agreements, Report Claims

A report in The Washington Post says that White House Staff under President Trump have been required to sign non-disclosure agreements.


Mueller Investigation Moving Away From Russian Interference?

The special counsel may be moving beyond the 2016 campaign and into post-election obstruction of justice.


Vladimir Putin "Wins" "Election" For Fourth Term In Office

To nobody's surprise, Vladimir Putin has won re-election to another term as Russia's President.


Member Of D.C. City Council Blames Recent Snowstorms On Jewish Bankers

A D.C. lawmaker latches on to an insane conspiracy theory.


Austin Package Bomb Explosion Fourth This Month

Local and federal authorities are investigating a spree of explosions terrorizing Austin, Texas.


Letting Trump be Trump

If you're tired of the restraint being shown by this President, you may be in luck.


No, Your Facebook Likes Didn't Steal the Election

Will Bunch wildly exaggerates the Cambridge Analytica scandal.


Trump's Attorney Has Been Trying To Keep Stormy Daniels Quiet Since At Least 2011

New reports indicate that Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen has been involved in efforts to keep Stormy Daniels from telling her story for at least the past seven years.


2018 Continues To Look Good For Democrats

Things continue to look good for Democrats as we get closer to the midterm elections.


Jared Kushner's Company Routinely Filed False Documents

The family real estate business made tens of millions through shady dealings.


No, Andrew McCabe Is Not Losing His Pension, At Least Not Completely

The fact that Andrew McCabe was fired before he could retire means that he will lose out on some significant pension benefits, but. contrary to some media reporting, he won't lose his pension completely.


2018 Is Looking Good For Democrats, But What About Nancy Pelosi?

Things are looking good for Democrats in 2018, but there's some speculation that Nancy Pelosi's position at the head of the party in the House could be in danger.


Why the UK Government Hasn't Done More to Punish Russia

Theresa May's government has not hit Russian oligarchs nearly as hard as they deserve because the UK benefits from turning a blind eye.


Russians Voting to Give Putin Another 6 Years

A contest with no serious challenger will make him the longest-serving Russian leader since Stalin.


Late Night OTB - Slaid Cleaves

He's been in the music business in some form or the other since 1985. He has been, it's fair to say, the opposite of an overnight success.

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A Worthwhile Read on the McCabe Firing

Lawfare provides a balanced piece on the firing of Andrew McCabe.


Trump Lawyers Assert Stormy Daniels Is On The Hook For $20,000,000 Damages

Attorneys for the Defendants in the lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels, including the President, have removed the case to Federal Court and are claiming that Daniels owes $20 million for her alleged breaches of a settlement agreement.


In Case There Were Doubts about the Politics of the McCabe Firing...

Less than 24 hours after the McCabe firing, the president's attorney explicitly connects the move to the Mueller probe.


Russia Retaliates For British Retaliation, Kicking 23 British Diplomats Out

Not unexpectedly, Russia has retaliated for Great Britain's retaliation for Russia's apparent assassination attempt on British history.


Kelly Tells Reporters Tillerson Was on the Toilet When Told of Firing

One of the supposed "adults" in the Trump administration has no class.


UMBC Whips UVA in First 16-Seed Over 1-Seed in NCAA Tourney History

The near-impossible happened last night, demonstrating why March Madness is the most exciting and most absurd way to pick a champion.