Tonight, the American political system stops to engage in the biggest waste of time ever invented.
Marijuana legalization is an issue that unites people across the political aisle.
There are some signs that there may be room to strike a deal on the extension of unemployment benefits, but it’s likely to require some drama on Capitol Hill before it happens.
One of the dumbest rules in sports may mean that people in three cities can’t see their teams play this weekend.
The New York Times Benghazi report raises as many questions as it purports to answer.
Watch your language in Wilson County, North Carolina.
Thanks to a Federal District Court Judge, most of Sherlock Holmes is now in the public domain.
Forty-five years ago today,the world was treated to the first picture of itself from orbit around another planetary body.
Lest we forget what the entire “Duck Dynasty” brouhaha is really all about.
The FCC is looking at re-examination of its sports broadcast rules. The NFL and other sports leagues should do the same thing.
The First Daughters are approaching dating age and the First Papa has some thoughts on the matter.
“Reality” TV star says something dumb about gay people, gets suspended, usual pointless outrage ensues.
An example of how copyright laws have been perverted to protect corporate interests rather than encourage artistic creativity.
Apparently, the security at Tuesday’s memorial for Nelson Mandela was so lax as to be nearly non-existent.
A Federal District Court Judge struck down part of Utah’s law against polygamy brought by the stars of TLC’s “Sister Wives.”
Is Mike Huckabee about to re-enter politics in a big way?
It’s the return of the most absurd meme of all time.
A story that has turned into a partisan kickball and some bad journalism have resulted in a celebrated news program getting considerable egg on its face.
Was Arafat poisoned? A new report raises some questions, but answers none of them conclusively.
The race for Virginia Governor turned out to be much closer than many predicted, but that should not be a surprise.
Daylight Savings Time ends early on Sunday. Perhaps it should never return.
With debate season over, it’s looking less and less likely that Virginia Republicans will be able to hold back the Democrats on November 5th.