Establishing a no-fly zone isn’t likely to be enough to remove the current Libyan regime from power.
Muammar Gadaffi’s family hired big name entertainers for parties. What with the ongoing mayhem in Libya, that’s coming under scrutiny.
A New York judge has sided with comedian Jerry Seinfeld in a bizarre lawsuit by a crazy woman who writes cookbooks.
A look at history reveals that President Obama’s decision to decline to defend Section Three of DOMA is hardly unprecedented.
The situation in Libya continues to be grim as Gaddafi lashes out while power slips through his fingers.
Some conservatives are finally waking up and realizing what people like Glenn Beck are doing to the movement. It’s probably too late, though.
Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi has issued a fatwa against Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi.
There are a number of signs coming out of Libya that indicate the regime is in serious trouble despite the willingness of the state to use violence on the crowds.
The situation in Bahrain continues to evolve as the state has pulled back the stick.
The Bahraini state appears willing to continue to use force against its population.
Like in Bahrain, the Libyan authorities are not tolerating protests.
The protests in Bahrain have taken a different path than those in Egypt.
Prominent commentators on the Left and Right are amused by an outrageous assault on CBS reporter Lara Logan.
The White House Press Office produces a blog, YouTube channel, Flickr photo stream, Facebook and Twitter profiles, and daily video programming.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 could be a Google killer. It could also kill the Web as we know it.
The military states that it will govern for six month or until elections are held.
The Egyptian military is promising a quick transition to new civilian leadership. Will they live up to their promise?
Sports Illustrated is trying to force subscribers to pay for a bundle of web and print services. Bad idea.
Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak is expected to step down after 17 days of pro-democracy protests.
They’re from the government, and they’re here to take that tasty snack out of your hands.
Hosni Mubarak may hang on to some semblance of power longer than many expected in the middle of last weeks chaos, mostly because there are few other alternatives right now.
Egypt entered a second day of chaos with all signs pointing to things getting worse before they get better.
Glenn Beck seems to have more in common with End Time preachers than he does with a serious political analyst.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s speech to the nation tonight seems destined to make the situation worse.