President Obama believes the North Korean attack on Sony was “an act of cyber vandalism” rather than “an act of war.”
The former Florida Governor announced that he’s taking the first step towards running for president in 2016.
Chris Rock wants us to remember that Bill Cosby isn’t the only celebrity accused of rape.
The Navy has stripped Navy veteran Bill Cosby of an honorary promotion in the wake of unproven sexual misconduct accusations.
A critic of the imperial presidency becomes an imperial president.
The Office of Legal Counsel told the president Wednesday he couldn’t do what he did on Thursday.
The CIA has always separated its core spying and analysis functions; that may soon change.
Some of his party’s leaders want the president to save them.
A 69-year-old former polygraph examiner for the Oklahoma City police department has been indicted for coaching people to thwart the machines.
Civil asset forfeiture gives “highway robbery” a whole new meaning.
Americans have wildly distorted understandings of the society around them.
Even innocent interactions with women in public can amount to harassment. Where should we draw the line?
Dana Milbank (“Obama’s big immigration mistake”) thinks so.
Should the Legislature take back legislating from the Executive?
Always as many military personnel identify as Independents as with the GOP.
The Navy Special Warfare community is angry at SEALs exploiting their part in the bin Laden raid.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has officially revealed an open secret declaring, “I’m proud to be gay, “
We’ve handed off operations in Helmand Province to the Afghanistan army.
Yahoo has given a click-bait headline to a Reuters report, “Obama makes rare campaign trail appearance, people leave early.”
Rich guys are backing organizations that are taking over traditional party functions. Is that a problem?
Poor Joe Biden can’t stay out of the news. This time, it’s not one of his gaffes but one by his youngest son.
Heather Havrilesky asks, “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?