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While Sanders has picked up in recent polls, he didn't boast a single congressional backer -- until now
With Bill Clinton last night -- like he was with Trump and Michelle Obama -- Colbert has gone oddly toothless
The rapper told The New York Times magazine why she decided to call Cyrus out on the VMA stage last month
If Trump's the dangerous narcissist his opponents depict, then why won't they promise to oppose him in the general?
Carson rejected the notion it was offensive to shame victims of mass-shootings for allowing themselves to be shot
The Uber model of paying people for a brief service means fewer workers are salaried employees
It's a "total lie," a "myth" that there are poor, starving children in America -- because O'Reilly wants it to be
Just try writing about gun violence & watch the dead-enders descend. It's an illuminating, if dismaying, experience
As bad as solitary is for adults, it's even worse for kids, investigative journalist Keith Summa tells Salon
"It's a corporate dream but a nightmare for those of us on Main Street"
"It may have a short half life, his campaign, I can't tell, yet," Clinton said about Donald Trump.
Four attempts to sell radioactive material to ISIS have been foiled in five years. Here's the inside story
As the U.S. watches Kunduz fall, I'm left contemplating the lessons of a war whose meager gains are evaporating
Previous right-wing leaders had a healthy fear of the rage they unleashed from their base. Not this one
America celebrates the Kardashians' female-centered family -- but pathologizes Black matriarchs
On climate change, war and income inequality, Christian spirit says one thing and right-wing lawmakers another
"The Daily Show" is the perfect platform for Noah to challenge tired African stereotypes. Here's what he should do
The consequences are dire. Hundreds are facing financial penalties and even criminal charges for child endangerment
A new Washington Post op-ed gets it wrong. Congress got the postal service into this mess, and Congress can save it
In a blistering state, the presidential hopeful warns the deal will hurt consumers and cost Americans jobs