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In a preview of her Meet the Press appearance tomorrow, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein talks ISIS and President Obama's response to it. And while she wasn't ready to say anything terribly critical, she did admit that Obama might be a little "too cautious" when it comes to dealing with this foreign threat.
In what has to be the strangest crime story of the week, three women in Las Vegas have been arrested after reported seducing some tourist men, stealing their watches and then smuggling them out of the Encore hotel and casino in their vaginas. Show More Summary
When 19-year-old Kennesaw, Georgia native Daniel Pierce came out to his father, step-mother and grandparents this week, they did not take the news well, to say the least.
Michael Sam, who would have been the first openly gay athlete to play in the NFL has reportedly been cut from the roster by the St. Louis Rams.
Last week, CNN reported that St. Louis County police officer Dan Page had been temporarily relieved of his duty after video of him making inflammatory remarks aimed at African-Americans, women and the LGBT community emerged online. Page...Show More Summary
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Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw has been arrested for raping or sexually abusing eight different women, all of whom are African-American, under the threat that he would arrest them if they did not comply.
With the massive viral success of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has come a slew of wannabe imitators, looking for the next big trend that can raise money for the myriad other important causes out there.
This week, The Colbert Report won its second-consecutive Emmy Award in the Outstanding Variety Series category. Stephen Colbert only has a few more months as host of the Comedy Central show before he takes over for David Letterman on CBS' Late Show. And this time he will be doing it as Stephen Colbert, not "Stephen Colbert."
Eric Bolling's Saturday morning Fox News show Cashin' In got off to a heated start this week as former MASH cast member and frequent guest Wayne Rogers threw down with Fox contributor Michelle Fields over the question of paying ransom to terrorists.
At this point, if you're going to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, you're going to have to find a way to stand out from the crowd. Comedian Kathy Griffin did just that and much more last night when she premiered her charity-minded video on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Greg Gutfeld and the rest of Fox's The Five went after Russell Brand this week for his political commentary, and, of course, Brand responded yesterday to "the Fox News furious five" by calling them just a cog in a very dangerous machine run by Rupert Murdoch.
Hey, remember Donald Sterling? Well, that whole mess subsided weeks ago, with the L.A. Clippers officially being sold and Sterling done fighting the whole thing in court. But his wife Shelly Sterling gave an interview to the AP in which she opened up about the sale and her husband's racist remarks.
The Secret Service is investigating a possible threat made against President Obama. Authorities tell NBC News that there was a "potentially suspicious person and vehicle" near where Obama made fundraising stops tonight.
A Cleveland police officer got in trouble this week; not for shooting anyone, not for any shocking assault video, but for actually being a bro. This cop was caught on camera holding up a beer bong so a Browns tailgater could use it properly.
You may be familiar with the case of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, a United States Marine who ended up detained in Mexico. Well, the White House finally responded today to a petition calling on the president to demand his immediate relea...
Rand Paul is clearly getting a kick out of going after Hillary Clinton. At a Dallas Republican event today, Paul did it again, this time taking a shot at Hillary in contrast with her husband, suggesting she would have been fired had she been in the Bill Clinton cabinet.
President Obama spoke at a Democratic fundraiser tonight, and allayed concerns over how depressing the world seems by saying the media is partly to blame for the idea "the world is falling apart."
One of the biggest complaints Ferguson residents made about the police in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting is that if officers had body cameras, it would make a difference in how police interact with suspects. And this week Ferguson cops are receiving training on such body cameras.
The Kentucky Herald-Leader is reporting that Jesse Benton, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's campaign manager has said he will resign over a bribery scandal that he fears could become too big of a distraction to the Kentucky Republican's reelection bid.