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In 2011, a 20-year-old college student named Marilyn James took her neighbor to court, claiming he’d broken into her apartment while she was out of town. This doesn’t seem like that important of a story, but this was a very special case for two reasons. James eventually became Marilyn Mosby, the Baltimore state attorney who brought […]
While it's been fairly sad watching Jay Z's new streaming service flounder, a new report indicates that Tidal could suffer an even more embarrassing loss: it may lose the rights to stream Beyoncé's music.
Earlier this month, talk show host Alex Jones — the radio-based conspiracy theorist whose program is powerful enough to scare Fox News — backed out of an appearance on This Week to discuss Operation Jade Helm. That’s when things got interesting, because Jones launched into a tirade about the ABC News program’s “dirty tricks” — despite him being […]
(Seriously, he's playing "Hail to the Chief" on a guitar. What else is this supposed to mean?)
Yep. It looks like it's happening. Donald Trump has a special announcement set for June 16. And he's got an official-looking website complete with campaign slogans and a donation option.
With just over a year between Rich Lowry's newsworthy comments on Arizona's SB 1062 and President Barack Obama's apparent hatred for Benjamin Netanyahu, you'd think we have another year to go before the National Review editor makes headlines, no? Unfortunately, that's not the case.
Newly-released footage of California police officers wrestling a pregnant woman to the ground after she refused to show identification has sparked another round of outrage over racial bias in law enforcement. Things got a bit heated Thursday evening when the story was debated by CNN's Don Lemon and an ex-cop.
Jon Stewart welcomes another slew of Republican candidates to the 2016 race Thursday night. And while George Pataki, Lindsey Graham and Rick Santorum can't make him change his mind about leaving The Daily Show, a real-life Donald Trump candidacy might just make him scrap his retirement plans and put Trevor Noah out of a job.
So far, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have only released a short statement explaining why they waited so long to report their son Josh Duggar's admitted molestation incidents. But now, thanks to Funny or Die, we have a video message from the 19 Kids and Counting parents themselves.
Chris Cuomo's ideas not only rubbed Geller the wrong way but also appeared to bother Fox News' Megyn Kelly, who invited National Review editor Rich Lowry on her show tonight to discuss it.
Is this the Scripps National Spelling Bee's transparent attempt to get more young people to watch its annual competition? If so, it might be working.
The Phoenix man behind an anti-Islam rally and yet another "Draw Muhammad" contest joined CNN's Anderson Cooper Thursday night to explain why he is "rncouraging hundreds of armed people to gather outside of a mosque during prayer service wearing t-shirts saying 'f--- Islam.'"
Senator Ted Cruz, who voted against federal relief for Hurricane Sandy, is now requesting aid for Texas floods.
A 6th grader was forced to write an apology note to the local police after prank calling them to shout "DEEZ NUTS!"
With 214K viewers in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night, CNN Tonight with Don Lemon was the highest rated show across CNN and MSNBC and the only hour on those networks to top 200K. During the 10 p.m. time slot, Lemon's show came in second place behind Fox News' Hannity (293K) and ahead of MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell (148K).
Rush Limbaugh thinks that President Obama and the Democratic Party are the "primary benefactors" from the crime spike in Baltimore.
The White House has said they don't have a "plan B" if the Patriot Act lapses by next week. On CNN today, Wolf Blitzer pressed Jen Psaki on why they don't.
Almost exactly two months ago, MSNBC lost to Al Jazeera America (AJAM) during two hours of its daytime programming in key 25-54 demo viewership. It happened again this week.
The great Chris Christie vs. Rand Paul debate of 2013 reared its ugly head again this week when Christie continued his latest attack on Paul during a radio interview with Hugh Hewitt.
According to the indictment, Hastert started making the cash withdrawals as part of a $3.5 million agreement with an unnamed individual "in order to compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct against" him or her.