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George Will told GOP hawks Sunday to be careful what they wished for in so fervently criticizing President Barack Obama's relatively less aggressive strategy against ISIS.
Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford was granted custody of her two children Sunday after a three-year international court battle. Hermes, 8, and Helena, 5, are expected to fly home from Monaco, where they have been living with their father since he was denied entry to the U.S. in 2012.
A This Week panel noted that Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) #standswithRand (sigh) over the NSA's bulk collection of communications data and criminal justice reform, causing Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol to call for a point of clarification.
Most people outside of academia had no idea who John and Alicia Nash were before the tremendous A Beautiful Mind captivated audiences across the country in 2001. Count me among the captivated, as I have the Ron Howard masterpiece in my Top 10 movies of all-time ever since seeing it on opening night 14 years ago. Show More Summary
Ferguson activist DeRay McKesson told Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter Sunday morning that the coverage of the Waco biker shooting showed a stark contrast to that of the Baltimore unrest, one that could only be explained by racial pathology.
The Obama administration maintains that its three-year strategy to "degrade and defeat" ISIS is working, despite the fall of Ramadi last weekend, but outgoing Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer said Sunday that the necessity of the statement belied its content.
HUD Secretary Julian Castro, rumored to a be a running mate option for putative Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, dismissed suspicions over her use of a private email account and server on State of the Union Sunday morning.
"I am certain Mr. Earnest accepts your retraction," host Bill Hemmer said, doing quick cleanup.
In an interview airing on CNN's State of the Union, Defense Secretary Ash Carter diagnosed the Iraqi Army with a lack of will to fight ISIS that could severely hinder the U.S.'s attempt to defeat the Sunni militant group.
The tweet generated a lot of pushback, but none more prominent than Jake Tapper on Saturday.
Famed economist and mathematician John Nash, whose career was portrayed in the Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind, and his wife Alicia Nash died in car accident on the New Jersey turnpike Saturday.
On This Week Sunday morning, Ohio Governor and potential 2016-er John Kasich (R) addressed yesterday's acquittal of Officer Michael Brelo in the 2012 shooting death of an African American couple, commending the city of Cleveland for avoiding violence, and pledging that the state was focused on improving the tensions between law enforcement and the African-American community.
For the second Sabbath in a row, Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace quizzed a 2016 GOP hopeful about the implications Marbury v Madison, which established judicial review a couple years before Twitter was invented.
A Florida mother has agreed to get her 4-year-old son circumcised before refusing to do so landed her in prison.
Earlier this week, we reported how people discovered typing "ngga house" into Google Maps brings you to the White House. Well, Google noticed and took steps to quickly fix it.
Senator Rand Paul successfully blocked extending the Patriot Act last night, leading to Chris Christie ripping "misguided ideologues" putting their "uninformed beliefs" ahead of America's security.
You know how sometimes actors say controversial things and then have to issue several big apologies and ask for forgiveness? Well, Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt is taking the initiative and apologizing for something he hasn't even done yet.
Arkansas police destroyed the 2006 offense report against Josh Duggar that included molestation accusations against him.
Ohio Governor John Kasich put out a statement this afternoon on the acquittal of Officer Michael Brelo for manslaughter.