Queen Elizabeth’s husband has died two months shy of his 100th birthday.
The actor best known for his roles as Jackie Robinson and Black Panther has been lost to cancer.
Future debates among the 2020 Democratic candidates are likely to have fewer participants. That’s a good thing.
Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Primary by a huge margin in 2016. This time, he’s slipping in the polls as other candidates rise ahead of him.
Anchoring of CBS Evening News is not what it used to be.
WIth the top two candidates in the race on the same stage, the second night of the first Democratic debate was much feistier than the first night.
Would a similarly-situated woman be getting such over-the-top coverage?
For now,former President Obama is staying on the sidelines in the race for the Democratic nomination.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is the latest entrant into the race for the 2020 Democratic Nomination.
The 2018 midterms were mostly about Donald Trump. The results were idiosyncratic.
Just days after appearing to condone donning blackface in the style of a 19th Century minstrel show, Megyn Kelly is out at NBC News.
The White Male Great American Literary Novelist for the 21st Century is not a fan of modern realities.
The President’s choice for Labor Secretary withdrew his name from consideration yesterday, but this is just the latest example of what has been a transition that has largely consisted of fumble after fumble by the Trump team.
A man who survived great horrors to become a tireless witness for truth and advocate for human rights has passed away.
Donald Trump is in second place, and tied, with Pope Francis, in a poll asking Americans to name the person they most admired in 2015.
Lance Armstrong finally confessed something pretty much everyone assumed was true.
After three days of buildup to a “mystery speaker,” the closing night of the Republican convention featured a rambling performance by Clint Eastwood and an empty chair.
We need a lot less fake empathy in politics.
Chris Christie’s weight has become a political concern, apparently.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have announced their separation after 25 years of marriage.
The Wall Street Journal is joining the modern era and dropping the practice of referring to people as “Mr.” and “Ms.” But only on the sports pages.
The Beast has released its The 50 Most Loathsome Americans of 2010, which I gather is supposed to be amusing rather than taken seriously.
President Obama and Hillary Clinton top Gallup’s lists of Most Admired Americans.
215,000 people attended the “Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear” compared to 87,000 for “Restoring Honor.” Even if you believe the numbers, they don’t tell us much.
Jim Treacher has coined a new term, Oprahturfing, to describe wealthy celebrities funding attendance at political rallies. While clever, the concept of “Astroturfing” is being misused by both sides.
Beloved comedian and character actor Andy Griffith’s popularity in his home state has plummeted since making commercials endorsing ObamaCare and some Democratic candidates.