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In this week's New Yorker, Ryan Lizza takes on the "virtual" candidacy of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who is definitively not running for president but still somehow has managed to be Hillary Clinton's "biggest Democratic threat."
The New York Times, a.k.a. the TMZ of celebrity llama gossip, did a recent Where Are They Now article about the two llamas who briefly captivated a nation when they escaped from their owners and went on the run in Sun City, Az.
A PEN gala has emerged as the site of controversy due to its honoring of the slain Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, which caused six novelists to withdraw their participation over the satiric magazine's anti-Muslim cartoons -- earning a rebuke from infamous novelist Salman Rushdie, who knows a thing or two about being targeted for expression.
According to CBS News, the Baltimore Police Department claim they have received a "credible" threat that several local gangs have banded together, resolving to "take out" officers.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest delivers the daily press briefing to reporters from the White House.
It was almost a year ago that John Oliver took Dr. Mehmet Oz to task for pushing "magic" cures on his daytime medical show. But now that Oz is back in the news, the Last Week Tonight host decided to follow up with a look at how the doctor is defending himself against attacks from his fellow physicians.
Family Research Council's Tony Perkins, who usually spends his Sundays sparring with Ted Olsen over gay marriage on Fox News, instead appeared yesterday on Face the Nation, where outgoing host Bob Schieffer said many had pressured him to not invite Perkins on.
strong>George W. Bush hasn't commented on his successor's politics and policies in the seven years since he left the White House. But he seems to have removed his self-imposed NDA, because during an off-the-record meeting with a group of Republican donors, Bush slammed Barack Obama, repeatedly, for his numerous missteps in the Middle East.
Last week, the Imus in the Morning FBN host went on a blistering tirade against his Fox colleague, one day after interviewing her about her new book. The reason for his verbal lashing? Imus felt Perino walked into his studio with an attitude, and would only share "rehearsed talking points" about her book, among many other things...
The funeral for Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who died of a fatal spinal injury while in custody of the Baltimore police, will be held Monday morning at the New Shiloh Baptist Church.
Detroitisans are demanding refunds from comedian Dave Chappelle after what was called a disastrous and possibly drunken performance at the Fillmore Thursday night.
Toward the end of ABC’s fascinating, expertly-crafted Bruce Jenner exclusive interview with Diane Sawyer, the Olympic star and Kardashian patriarch revealed something that arguably dropped more jaws than even his early admission of “I am a woman.”
The 7.8 earthquake in Nepal also trigged an avalanche on Mount Everest that left at least 17 dead, potentially the deadliest day in the mountain's history, while scores more await rescue. One climber captured the avalanche, after being quick enough to duck inside of his tent before it hit.
After former Olympic decathlete Bruce Jenner opened up to Diane Sawyer about transitioning from male to female this weekend, Kim Kardashian West talked to Today's Matt Lauer about the famous family's adjustment.
One of the two gay hoteliers who hosted Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for a reception last week apologized on Facebook Sunday night, saying he had made a "terrible mistake" in receiving the GOP presidential contender.
Senator and 2016 GOP candidate Rand Paul (R-KY), who has made hay of his opposition to drone against American citizens in the past, defended President Barack Obama on Fox & Friends Monday morning over the January drone strike that killed two hostages.
Putative Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton published an op-ed in the Des Moines Register Monday morning voicing the (very vague) themes of her nascent campaign. "Americans have come back from tough economic times," she wrote, in a virtually word-for-word recitation of her campaign announcement video. "But the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top.
Video obtained by WDIV in Detroit appears to show Inkster, MI police officers laughing and celebrating after beating suspect Floyd Dent during a traffic stop.
Moments after reminiscing on what a great time was had by all, Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough chastised the media for covering the White House Correspondents Dinner instead of the protests over Freddie Gray's death 40 miles away in Baltimore.
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle didn't want to incur another fine for criticizing referees, as he did after Game 3 of the NBA playoffs, so he brought his own fix to the post-game press conference Sunday night.