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In light of recent news that the Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden is being investigated for potentially leaking classified information, a former congressman and Iraq War veteran says that nobody, including the man who killed bin Laden, is above the law.
Thank you for this late-arriving Christmas miracle, TNT's Halftime Report.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay man to play in an NFL game, told Oprah Winfrey that there are "a lot" of gay men in the NFL, some of whom have reached out to him.
The Columbia Journalism Review gave a big ol' lump of Christmas coal to CNN's Don Lemon earlier this week by naming him among the worst of the worst in journalism for the year 2014.
Sometimes, news stations lie to good little boys and girls on Christmas Eve by making them think that they're tracking Santa's flight. Houston's KSN was very committed to this act.
Take that, hackers: The Interview's limited theatrical release took in $1 million in 300 theaters on Christmas Day, despite threats of 9/11-style terrorism attacks on movies screening the controversial film. (To date, there have been no terrorist attacks.)
Now Ron Howard -- THERE'S a director. If he'd directed The Interview none of this ever would have happened.
The NYPD was able to track down 39-year-old Elvin Payamps from descriptions given by another bank customer. He was pulled over about a mile away, and at his home police found multiple weapons.
Federal authorities have been alerted to a possible security breach at the website of the Albuquerque Journal Thursday after what appears to be ISIS propaganda showed up their homepage.
"We're able to gather with our family and friends because our troops hug theirs good-bye and step forward to serve," Obama said. "We can celebrate the holidays because they're willing to miss their own."
Just when you think the War of Christmas was won...the Grinch rears his ugly head.
With a finite amount of news made about an incident two years in the past, the network's cadre of hosts, anchors, pundits, guests, contributors, and passersby had to stretch to involve Benghazi in the given day's news cycle. And stretch they did.
In further proof that all media outlets should close and Twitter should shut down for major holidays, CNN made its media reporter Brian Stelter file a report on Christmas morning from his mom's house.
Another year, another list of unbelievable cringe-inducing moments on TV news. 2014 saw perhaps even more awkward interactions than 2013 and below you can count them down with us until you reach the most uncomfortable thing that's happened on C-SPAN, probably ever.
The Interview star Seth Rogen and directing partner Evan Goldberg made a surprise appearance at a West Hollywood screening of The Interview, their comedy that induced a global conflagration.
The father of a Jordanian pilot captured Wednesday by the Sunni militants ISIS pleaded with the terrorist group to treat his son as a "guest."
As the rest of the world celebrates the birth of noted caucasian Jesus Christ, Mediaite takes a look back at the minor but tireless battles fought this year by the Satanists, a merry, narrow band of trolls who succeed just enough to live rent free in the unlit attics of their enemies' minds.
The Fox & Friends Christmas special ended tonight with an appearance by Santa Claus himself, looking and sounding a lot like Fox's own Bob Beckel...
A Massachusetts man is facing criminal charges after Chicopee police found a Facebook status he posted reading "put wings on pigs."