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Two years ago, President Barack Obama used the annual turkey pardoning ritual to crack a joke about Nate Silver's power of prediction. This time, he took the opportunity to make fun of the conservative backlash to his recent executive action on immigration.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Urban League President Marc Morial Wednesday afternoon if events like Ferguson are "not supposed to be going on" due to the fact that America has an African-American president, attorney general, and secretary of Homeland Security.
In a CNN interview scheduled to air tonight, Michael Brown's mother explained her husband's cry to "burn this bitch down," yelled after a grand jury refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the death of Brown, was said out of anger -- but a justifiable anger.
Every Thanksgiving, without fail, website after website churns out those "How to Discuss Politics at Thanksgiving" posts, and it's really starting to get tiresome. Why try to ruin a family occasion by encouraging people to trot out talking points during a family gathering?
Comedienne Roseanne Barr weighed in on the Bill Cosby rape and sexual assault allegations with a pretty controversial tweet/photo this week.
Country star Garth Brooks canceled his Thanksgiving appearance on NBC's Tonight Show because it would be "distasteful" to make promotional appearances in the immediate wake of unfolding turmoil in Ferguson, Mo.
In one of his interviews with police following the shooting of Michael Brown, Ferguson officer Darren Wilson described the unarmed 18-year-old as being so "angry" he looked like a "demon." In this description, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow saw shades of John DiIulio's 1995 Weekly Standard article, "The Coming of the Super-Predators."
If this source told The Hill the truth, President Barack Obama aided and abetted Billy Joel in breaking his commitment to stop smoking. Which means Obama also secretly smoked. Scandal!
The White House has responded to Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's claim that Gov. Jay Nixon bowed to pressure from the White House and the Justice Department to hold the National Guard back in Ferguson, calling the accusation "untru...
It's that time of year again. President Barack Obama will perform the bizarre tradition of "pardoning" a turkey for Thanksgiving at the White House on Wednesday afternoon, November 26.
Since Obama won't be at the speech, maybe he can host Darren Wilson at the White House.
CBS announced today the list of Late Late Show guest hosts between January and March, and no, there aren't any women on it.
On Monday night, some genius at the Child Mind Institute decided to place Hillary Clinton at the same table as the Olsen twins during a fundraiser in New York City.
In one of his classic monologues Tuesday, The Five's Greg Gutfeld offered up his personal take on the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, at one point comparing the situation to The Purge, a horror movie series in which all laws are suspended for one night.
“What exactly does Chuck Schumer believe was the error?" former speechwriter Jon Lovett told Politico. "Does he believe that the goal of winning office is winning office?”
The New York Times got some heat yesterday for including Darren Wilson's unredacted marriage license, complete with his street address. Conservative news outlets really ripped the Times, and today the paper has publicly commented.
According to Search Engine Land, a Google search for Who is "king of United States" turns up President Barack Obama. But look ye upon the article that generated the answer...
Two FBI agents were shot in St. Louis County last night while they were helping local police arrest a murder suspect.
As Koenig reveals in an interview for The New York Times magazine out today, she has no idea. And that's the point.
A YouTube video posted late Tuesday night showed a Ferguson police officer arguing with passing protestors on the second night of protests following the Grand Jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson.