No, GOP is not going back to its old isolationist ways. Here's why the intelligence community is licking its chops
Rating agencies helped wreck the economy by putting business over honest analysis. Now a new battle has been joined
Suddenly, fundraising for a 2016 campaign will be no cake walk for the governor -- thanks to these roadblocks
Former neurosurgeon Ben Carson rallied Republicans at the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday, stirring up speculation once more that the conservative activist will seek his party's presidential nomination next year. Carson has never run...Show More Summary
It was not so shocking that House Speaker John Boehner would seek to undermine President Barack Obama and his attempt to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran by inviting Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu to deliver an address to Congress, in which Netanyahu will presumably dump on Obama's efforts. Show More Summary
In 2014, 125 people across the United States who had been convicted of crimes were exonerated—the highest number ever recorded, according to a new report from the National Registry of Exonerations at the University of Michigan Law School. Show More Summary
The island nation most famous for pot consumption could pass legislation legalizing the drug as early as next month
New research suggests people with wraparound occipital lobes may be more prone to the condition
Recent studies show cardio machines are less than accurate about the number of calories you're actually burning
Agema's Facebook posts have provoked stampede of criticism from party officials.
A nation is ravaged by terrorism as administration stresses concerns about electoral violence.
It's back. Actually, it never left. Benghazi. That is, the GOP's never-ending Benghazi crusade. Last year, after Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) was tapped by House Speaker John Boehner to lead yet another Benghazi probe, he promised to helm...Show More Summary
Unlike Michael Brown’s, Jerame Reid’s hands were up when he was shot and killed by a police officer.
Believe it or not, this kinky, dreamlike fable made in the style of '70s softcore is a moving relationship drama
A British writer fed up with Danish monoculture asks whether Nordic nations have really created the best societies
Antidepressants helped me in a tough time, but going off them brought back one of life's greatest pleasures
On Friday, federal prosecutors in New York filed a complaint accusing three men, Evgeny Buryakov, Igor Sporyshev, and Victor Podobnyy, of spying for Russia. Buryakov, who was arrested in the Bronx on Monday, allegedly posed as a Russian bank official while working for Russia's intelligence service, the SVR. Show More Summary
This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website. It was October 2012. Roei Elkabetz, a brigadier general for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), was explaining his country's border policing strategies. In his PowerPoint presentation, a photo of the enclosure wall that isolates the Gaza Strip from Israel clicked onscreen. Show More Summary
$889 million. That's how much Charles and David Koch's political network hopes to spend on the presidential race, House and Senate contests, and other elections and policy fights in 2016. That figure is not far off from how much President Barack Obama's and Mitt Romney's presidential efforts each spent in 2012. Show More Summary