A new Gallup poll shows President Obama beating Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical 2012 Democratic nomination fight. Nobody should be surprised by that.
Has modern life robbed America’s youth of their ability to think? Or simply caused them to think in different ways about different things?
More on O’Donnell’s representation of her education in her own words.
Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell has a history of embellishing her educational history.
Once again, Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin are at the top of the field in the GOP 2012 race, but that may not last forever.
Even with some key seats trending Democrat, Republicans are primed to take over both Houses of Congress come November 2.
Among the unintended but not unforeseen consequences of the new health care law is that companies who were previously offering some health coverage may stop altogether. In some cases, that’s just as well.
In news that will no doubt please the estimable Glenn Reynolds, DARPA has taken a big step toward the long-awaited flying car: Flying Humvees
Three lives intersected last week at Rutgers University, but one person didn’t make it out alive.
Despite hopes that they could help reverse a 20 year trend, both Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman are beginning to lose ground in their races for statewide office in California.
Tonight’s topics: Democrats’ infighting, the continued Tea Party “takeover” of the GOP, the Obama administration’s following of its predecessor’s lead on executive power, and the degree to which America’s economic competition is fair.
The man best known for staging the “Acorn Pimp” videos is back in the news with an even more bizarre story.
Nine months after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, more than a billion dollars in reconstruction aid still hasn’t reached the country.
Support for the Tea Party is at record levels but that movement does not have a coherent policy platform. Can the energy be harnessed to good use?
A third of the Forbes 50 were born billionaires. Does that mean the game is fixed?
Business is booming for box sets of 1960s acts remastered into the original mono.
A new study suggests that laws banning texting while driving don’t actually have any impact on accident rates.
President Obama’s recent comments about the D.C. Public Schools should raise a few eyebrows.
Yesterday’s NATO Beyond Afghanistan conference was a depressing day for fans of the most successful military alliance in history.
Christine O’Donnell’s claim that she studied at Oxford is a tad misleading.
Some old guy and the man who created “The Wire” are among this year’s recipients.
Our 24/7 media culture has created a climate where persons accused of sensational crimes are presumed guilty.
If South Carolina’s Jim DeMint has his way, the Senate won’t be conducting any business unless he approves of it.
Kim Jong Il’s reclusive third son is now on a path to inherit leadership of the country founded by his Grandfather.
Vice-President Biden has a message for the Democratic base — stop complaining and just support us already.
The use of “partner” to describe someone with whom one is in a romantic relationship has interesting connotations.
An amusing parody of the typical press report on a new scientific finding.
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel is leaving his job at week’s end to run for mayor of Chicago.