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You really have to give credit where credit is due, and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough deserves a lot of credit for the way he handled Wall Street Journal editorial board member Mary Kissel when she started bloviating about the Keystone XL pipeline Monday morning.
Marco Rubio has short-circuited again. After catching flak for repeating the same soundbites multiple times at the last GOP debate, the candidate program known as Rubio could not make in through 30 seconds of his stump speech subroutine before going on the fritz again.
Don't be fooled by the rhetoric from the campaign trail that Donald J. Trump isn't a politician.
Donald Trump's son, Eric Trump, appeared on Fox's On the Record Monday night to explain that waterboarding not only wasn't torture -- it was basically tantamount to frat house shenanigans.
A new study presented before the Society for Personality and Social Psychology involved an experiment that watching the right sitcom can have a positive effect on viewers' cultural attitudes and prejudices.
Bill O'Reilly sent Jesse Watters to "confront the madness" at the University of Oregon, where some students had been advocating to have a quote from Martin Luther King's "I have a dream..." speech removed because it was focused on racial equality, and did not address gender identity.
Bill O'Reilly kicked off his show Monday night by explicating the media bias he saw all over coverage of the 2016 election.
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Today, Rachel Maddow teased an interview with Hillary Clinton that will air tonight at 9:00 p.m. EST.
Cam Newton has garnered a lot of press over the last few seasons of professional football. Now, footage has surfaced that is going to cause even more media buzz about the young QB.
Donald Trump has decided he really doesn't need money from a man who wants to build "a country made up of only white people."
Rick Snyder through his wife a birthday party behind blacked-out windows that many think was crude.
After reports that Michael Bloomberg was considering entering the presidential race, the former New York City mayor confirmed that he was "looking at all the options" in an interview with the Financial Times.
The passage of California's Assembly Bill 60 allowed undocumented immigrants to pursue driver's licenses beginning on January 2 of 2015. In the next year, 830,000 people applied for licensing under the new law. 605,000 got a license. That's 40% of the licenses that were issued in California last year.
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A leaked email from an MSNBC producer is fueling speculation that there's more to Joe Scarborough's ongoing criticism of Sen. Marco Rubio than meets the eye.
An Al Jazeera English program was caught editing out criticism of Muhammad after the guest who made the comments released his own footage of the interview.
Obviously, Ted Cruz and his campaign already have quite a reputation for being slimy, but their latest move, according to some tipsters, might be their slimiest yet.
So as we enter arguably the most crucial primary of them all in New Hampshire -- the one that catapulted the likes of Reagan and Clinton to their presidencies after appearing to be down and out -- Marco Rubio now has a branding prob...
Former Republican New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told the hosts of Fox & Friends Monday that pop singer Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show was an insult to police officers.