The Republican Party needs a new message on foreign policy that is true to the conservative principles of the base and yet has a broad appeal to the American public.
George Lucas has sold the Star Wars franchise to Disney, which has announced a new Star Wars movie for 2015.
Chuck Shumer wants to force airlines to let families sit together for free.
The biggest news story of the past six weeks was something completely trivial.
Jack Kirby’s heir are trying to posthumously renegotiate half-century old deals with Marvel.
You know those creepy running shoes that look like fluorescent feet? They’re going mainstream.
Cruise lines are the latest to create separate enclaves for customers willing to pay more to escape the riffraff.
Matthew Doig of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune posted a want ad for an investigative reporter and it’s gone viral.
Cory Booker, Michael Bloomberg, and Chris Christie have been in the news this week due to the political fallout over their handling of the East Coast blizzard.
A woman in California has filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s because she is apparently unable to resist her child’s incessant demands for a Happy Meal.
Bristol Palin’s success on Dancing With The Stars is apparently due largely to the fact that she is Sarah Palin’s daughter. That tells us much more about Sarah Palin’s supporters than it does either Sarah or Bristol.
Responding to the rant that got Rick Sanchez fired, Slate’s Brian Palmer investigates the question, “Do Jews Really Control the Media?” His short answer, “Maybe the movies, but not the news.”