Bob Beckel had just one thing to say about street harassment, and it involved further objectifying women
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"I still feel good enough and I still have enough joy"
"I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me," the Apple CEO said in Businessweek today
Swept in during the 2010 wave, these five GOPers might be looking for new work after Election Day
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I'm no fan of the comedian's attacks on Islam -- but he should still speak at U.C. Berkeley. Here's why
America is not on the verge of an ebola epidemic — so why does everyone think it is?
Although Cook's sexuality has been an open secret for years, this is his first public acknowledgement
The ex-lobbyist hasn't been able to gain any traction against Mark Warner. This new ad will (not) change everything
"Oh, you are lovely" may sound like a nice compliment. But, as with affirmative consent, here's why context matters
I've been that bitter, lonely gamer looking for someone to blame. And I'm devastated that it's come to this
No election cycle in recent memory has seen the guns issue heat up the way this year's has. The National Rifle Association, continuing a long-running strategy of campaign spending, earmarked over $11 million for this year's elections—but for the first time in decades the nation's leading gun lobby is facing some truly formidable opposition. Show More Summary
Louis Brems/ZUMA Early last Thursday morning, Joni Ernst, the Republican candidate for Senate in Iowa, swung by the Des Moines Rotary Club to speak at the group's monthly lunch meeting. Mostly white and mostly male, the club counts much of the state's political elite among its members. Show More Summary
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$100 million spent on TV ads to woo Florida voters. (For complete 2014 midterm coverage, get your campaign fix on The Grid.)
Kentucky Senate race still a close one.
Holder lays out timetable "so that by early February we'd have a new attorney general," while Earnest defends lame-duck nods.
Washington Irving wrote our first ghost stories. Could a pre-Halloween night in his house summon any spirits?
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