After years of calls for a College Football playoff, we’ll finally get one. Let the criticism begin.
Voters don’t seem all that interesting in the things that the political media becomes obsessed with.
Is there any legal merit to the Administration’s invocation of Executive Privilege?
Rand Paul calls Mitt Romney out over his comments about Presidential War Powers.
After a nine week trial, Roger Clemens was acquitted of perjury charges this afternoon. What that means for his future in the world of baseball is unclear.
With two weeks left in June, the Supreme Court is likely to be in the news quite a lot.
Neil Munro acted like a jerk, but Barack Obama needs to be more open to questions than he has been.
The heady days of revolution in Egypt have been replaced with the cold light of political reality.
A year old, seconds-long, scene from a show on HBO has apparently become the latest cause for outrage.
The President’s comment that the private sector is “doing fine” continues to be a topic of discussion.
Physical fitness and weight loss infomercials have gone from promising ease to promising a grueling challenge. What happened?
Jonathan Chait makes an astute observation about the media’s role in meme generation.
Was money the reason Scott Walker won on Tuesday? The available evidence says no.
None of the cable news networks did particularly well last night.
There is a disturbing trend in Western nations toward enforcement of laws against “insulting” religions.
The official portrait of George W. Bush, the 43rd president, was unveiled at the White House yesterday. The ceremony was a rare display of political humor and grace.
Mitt Romney is criticizing the President over his Syria policy, but his alternative ideas aren’t very good.
Mitt Romney continues to keep Donald Trump close. It makes no sense, but it isn’t likely to matter in the end.
Etan Patz went missing 34 years ago tomorrow morning. The mystery of his disappearance may have been solved today.
A story headlined “American Airlines Rejects Female Passenger Because Political Pro-Choice T-Shirt is ‘Inappropriate'” is going viral.
Eugene Polley, the inventor of the first wireless TV remote control, has died aged 96.
The people who gave us the “war on Christmas” are now touting an upsurge on black-on-white crime.
Yesterday, Cory Booker committed the rookie mistake of saying what was on his mind.
A pro-Republican SuperPAC may be bringing the Jeremiah Wright story back. That would be bad news for the Romney campaign.