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Jon Stewart tried to cheer Republicans up about the Supreme Court today by finding a silver lining for them in rulings on the death penalty and the EPA.
A church in South Carolina is on fire tonight in just the latest incident of a black church burning in the South.
Geraldo Rivera and Ann Coulter squared off tonight over immigration, and Rivera confronted her over her new book, which he deemed an insulting "screed" against Latinos.
Megyn Kelly really grilled Ted Cruz tonight over his proposal for Supreme Court retention elections, asking if he's really trying to rewrite the Constitution because he disagrees with two rulings.
Bill O'Reilly took some shots tonight at his sparring partner Jon Stewart over his departure from The Daily Show, asking where he's going to mock Fox News now.
Bill O'Reilly tonight warned that conservatives will continue to lose ground and power if they don't stop "bickering" and unite.
Donald Trump appeared with Bill O'Reilly tonight to talk about his lawsuit against Univision and how incredibly biased NBC is.
Justice Antonin Scalia's dissents in the Obamacare and gay marriage rulings have been made into a song by Coheed and Cambria.
Glenn Beck's opinion about boycotts seems to shift depending on what day of the week it is and whether the boycott is directed towards any of the conservative commentator's interests. On the Glenn Beck Program, Beck and co-host Stu Burguiere bemoaned Disney's stance on gay marriage before contemplating whether to start a boycott against Mickey Mouse.
With NBC no longer airing Miss USA, the organization behind the pageant announced today it would still be airing next month, but just in online streaming.
Donald Trump filed a lawsuit today against Univision for breach of contract over backing out of their partnership with the Miss Universe Organization, but Univision has already fired back at Trump's "ridiculous" suit.
A North Carolina man is taking down the Nazi flag flying at his house, but it's the reasoning he gave for having it that's getting some attention online.
In preparation for a town hall-style event in Iowa, Bobby Jindal's campaign SuperPAC asked his Twitter followers to submit the questions they would like him to answer on Tuesday. What the Louisiana governor might not have expected was that the hashtag #AskBobby might be put to a different use than originally expected.
MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson compared Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul to racist politician George Wallace.
With 238K viewers in the 25-54 demo at 10 p.m. Monday night, CNN Tonight with Don Lemon was the highest rated show across CNN’s schedule. During his time slot, Don Lemon came in second place behind Fox News’ Hannity (340K) and ahead of MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell (174K). In total viewers, Anderson […]
Rush Limbaugh got into a pretty fiery back-and-forth with a caller today who confronted him about his attacks on Hillary Clinton.
Well, he did it. Donald Trump has officially filed a $500 million lawsuit against Univision for cutting their ties to the Miss Universe Organization following his comments about Mexican immigrant rapists.
There's a lot of tension between the governor of New York and the mayor of its capital city, tension that bubbled into the public sphere today when the latter ripped into the former on TV.
On June 27, CNN international Reporter Lucy Pawle had one of the biggest cable news goofs ever when she reported on an ISIS flag at a gay pride parade in London when it was actually a spoof depicting the Arabic script as sex toys. On...Show More Summary
Krystal Ball used a long string of painful driving puns when announcing Chris Christie's presidential campaign in an obviously play on the Bridgegate scandal looming over his campaign.