Possibly the last child of an American enslaved person has died.
Original blogger AllahPundit is leaving Hot Air after 16 years.
You have to be suspicious of people who enjoy gangster movies a bit too much.
Joe Manchin has come around on a pared back BBB, surprising just about everyone.
Assumptions of racial animus are overshadowing a story that’s outrageous enough on its own.
U.S. taxpayers have been spending $2 million a month for his protection.
It’s usually more effective to run for something rather than against someone.
Canada has more parties than the US, but still suffers representation problems due to FPTP elections.
The legendary country music singer-songwriter known as “The Storyteller” is gone at 85.
The semantic debate is obscuring the actual public policy issue.
The aftermath of the January 6 Capitol riots runs into the First Amendment,
The Georgia governor and his family are under attack because he did his job.
As the President becomes less popular, there are signs he’s losing support from his co-partisans in Congress.
The mayhem surrounding the demonstrations is drawing attention away from the grievance behind them.
With her eyes on her political future in a GOP dominated by Trumpism, Nikki Haley is attempting to rewrite the history of one of the most significant events of her time as Governor of South Carolina.
On Wednesday, much of official Washington, and likely a good part of the country itself, will pause to watch what are likely to biggest hearings since the late 1980s.
Virginia has finally repealed a dumb and unconstitutional restriction on how bars could advertise Happy Hours.
The city by the Bay is rapidly transforming. Should we lament that?
One of the longest-lasting characters on The Simpsons may not be long for this world, but before we write him off perhaps we ought to stop and think.
With the Democratic Primary just days away, Andrew Cuomo’s Democratic challenger in New York is making headlines thanks to a rather odd culinary choice.
Author Sam Anderson puts forward a rather strange hypothesis in Politico.
What was once a rare symbol of national mourning has become so commonplace as to be meaningless.
After hitting a stumbling bloc in April, Mitt Romney coasted to a win last night, and has a clear path to Washington and the U.S. Senate.
The 100-mile Constitution-free zone strikes again.
After a period where Republicans seemed to be closing the gap, Democrats may be widening their lead heading into November.
Tomorrow, Irish voters will head to the polls to decide whether or not to scrap a Constitutional Amendment that bans abortion in essentially all circumstances.
Travis Reinking shot four people dead in Nashville over the weekend with a gun that he wasn’t supposed to have access to. Thanks to what seem to be loopholes in existing gun laws, he had one anyway.
Hoping that Donald Trump might not run for reelection? Don’t get your hopes up.
Conor Lamb’s win in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District has set off an inevitable debate inside the Democratic Party about how to approach the upcoming midterm elections.
Hillary Clinton’s latest memoir lashes out at those to blame for her unexpected loss.
Roger Moore, who played James Bond for a longer period and in more films than any other actor to date, has died at the age of 89.
It wasn’t exactly Lincoln-Douglas but, in the end, Hillary Clinton clearly outperformed Donald Trump last night.
A late night attack at a shopping mall, and a suspect still at large have raised tensions in Seattle.
A Trump surrogate warns of a “taco truck on every corner” if Trump loses. That sounds like more of a promise than a threat if you ask me.
An overnight shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida has left 20 people dead and at least 42 injured.