The 2016 Presidential election is getting all kinds of crazy. Not in real life. That's been all kinds of crazy ever since Donald Trump entered his name as a candidate many months ago. Watch Scandal Season 5 Episode 19 Online On Scandal...Show More Summary
It's not just political season in real life. As viewers of Scandal know all so well, it's also political season every Thursday night at 9/8c on ABC. Watch Scandal Season 5 Episode 19 Online What did that mean this week? What transpired...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, House Republicans Seek to Block IRS Collection of Nonprofit Donor Data: House Republicans are expanding their assault on the Internal Revenue Service, this time trying to prevent the agency from collecting information about nonprofit groups’ donors. The latest effort, led by Rep. Peter Roskam (R., Ill.), would...
#Gladiators! I'm happy to back and recapping this episode in real time! And I'm especially glad because "Buckle Up" is a vast improvement over last week's boo-boo episode. A lot goes down tonight: Mellie learns some devastating news, Liv and Abby are as mad at each other as Katy Perry ... More »
All these women confronted us with truths we did not want to consider, and so we terrorized them, mocked them, abused them, and rendered them finally voiceless. That was how terrified we were of listening to what they had to say. InShow More Summary
With all the chair-beatings and Jake weddings on Scandal recently, we have lost sight of one important thing: the election. Olivia, at least on the surface, bounces back this week to go back to running Mellie’s campaign. Unfortunately, she’s still in a fight with “Never cross me again” Abby, leading to an idiotic tarmac standoff. Show More Summary
[...] he was ousted from office in 2006 under the specter of scandal after developing close ties to "super-lobbyist" Jack Abramoff, who was later jailed for conspiracy and fraud. The network eventually grew to serve 31 radio and TV stations...Show More Summary
The National Republican Congressional Committee is very put out by 60 Minutes' ability to sneak a hidden camera into their super-secret lawmaker fundraising suites. Oh, there will be consequences. The "60 Minutes" piece, which airedShow More Summary
Scandal seems o be speeding through this presidential election. The second half of season 5 started six months after Christmas just as candidates were announcing their presidential runs, putting it around early summer 2015. Jake's wedding in last week's episode was going to have a spread in the September issue of Vogue, suggesting that it was near the end of that summer.
After years of moral outrage and stern official rhetoric, the odious scandal of sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers of the vulnerable people they are sent to protect may finally attract tangible penalties for the organisation. US senators...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) I’ve been wanting to revisit the whole Volkswagen emissions testing scandal for a while now, but haven’t had the chance yet. But Volkswagen’s announcement earlier this week that it will buy back diesel cars from unhappy owners is a perfect moment to wade back into this. Show More Summary
The original location, where a protest is planned for tomorrow. The husband-wife team behind Cafe Gratitude, a super-trendy California vegan chain, say they've started getting death threats, and of course one-star Yelp reviews, after...Show More Summary
Volunteers or political operatives? That’s what most people are asking after an investigation blew the lid off of a shocking new scandal involving the AmeriCorps program. The “public service” arm of the federal government, created by Bill Clinton in 1993, did a tremendous disservice to taxpayers, an inspector general has found, by teaming up with […]
As its two formerly most powerful figures await prison sentences for lying to and hindering federal investigators, the troubled Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) faces a fresh scandal, the latest in a seemingly endless cavalcade...Show More Summary
The suspect allegedly engaged in a series of actions designed to keep a rape investigation from focusing on his fellow SFPD officer. [ more › ]
Environmental Protection Agency could levy fines of up to $18 billion, but analysts think the punishment will not be that drastic
On June 16, 1972, five men dined together for the last time in the restaurant of the Watergate Hotel. A few hours later they taped open the door to a stairwell in the adjacent building and broke into the offices of the Democratic National...Show More Summary
TAXPROF ROUNDUP: The IRS Scandal, Day 1085.
His presidential dream has come and gone, but for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie bridgegate isn’t going anywhere.