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MSNBC’s Morning Joe came out ahead of CNN’s New Day in the cable news morning show ratings on Tuesday for both the 25-54 demo and total viewers.
Jezebel and Michelle Malkin are almost constantly at odds, but it took the power of no less than Gwyneth Paltrow to bring them together.
Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Rand Paul (R-KY) have made news over the last year for actually forming a legitimate bipartisan alliance on the issues of drug decriminalization and criminal justice reform. And in a new interview for CNN's latest Weed documentary, hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Booker echoes a point Paul made recently in reference to Jeb Bush.
It took a severe case of measles in the city of Ottawa -- and then her entire family contracting whooping cough -- for Tara Hills to realize that she had to vaccinate her seven children.
Ann Coulter appeared on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning to make the case that it should be "more difficult to vote" in American elections. "There's nothing unconstitutional about literacy tests," she noted.
The Tennessee state house passed legislation that would make the Bible the official state book.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani delivered a speech earlier today in which he took some shots at the United States Congress for asserting their role in approving any nuclear deal with Iran.
The Tampa Bay Times reporter who had advance knowledge of Doug Hughes' plans to land a gyrocopter near the U.S. Capitol spoke out on CNN this afternoon.
Recently re-elected Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel met with director Spike Lee this morning to argue over his latest movie titled Chiraq, which Emanuel wasn't a fan of, for obvious reasons.
Rush Limbaugh responded today to Harry Reid scolding him for perpetuating rumors about his injury.
Last week, an organization called Levo League released a video PSA in which comedian Sarah Silverman told an anecdote about a time she was paid less than a man for the same job. Now, after the comedy club owner she named in the story disputed the details, Silverman issued an apology statement to Salon, expressing her "regrets" over the mischaracterization of the situation.
The Associated Press has obtained footage of 61-year-old mailman Doug Hughes illegally landing his gyrocopter on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.
At a town hall in New Hampshire, New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 candidate Chris Christie made a slight change to his previous statement about vaccines: he no longer believes they should be voluntary.
A protestor jumped on the table as a European bank president was holding a press conference earlier.
Instead of Photoshop, they just covered her with a receipt, and then chided Barkat for eating with a "pornographic symbol" at a non-kosher restaurant.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton told the Washington Blade Tuesday morning that she endorsed same-sex marriage as constitutional right, a progression (or flip flop, depending on your POV) from her previous position that it should be decided on a state-by-state basis.
Just when you thought the debate over the white and gold/blue and black dress was over, the city of Boston is ready to pull you back in. As Los Angeles Times reporter Matt Pearce pointed out on Twitter Wednesday afternoon, new banners...Show More Summary
Al Sharpton's National Action Network is organizing a hunger strike to protest the continued stall on a confirmation vote for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
The day after Dennis Quaid's apparent on-set blowup went viral on YouTube, racking up more than 1.7 million views and causing massive speculation about what made him so angry, we now know that the whole thing was in fact a prank. But it was Funny or Die — not Jimmy Kimmel — that was behind the whole thing.
Minutes ago, Twitter lit up with news about a man in a miniature helicopter who'd landed on the front lawn of the U.S. Capitol, where he was promptly arrested by police: