Many accused Clinton of pandering to black voters when she told “Breakfast Club” radio show hosts what it is that she never leaves home without. But the Democratic presidential front-runner apparently has always been a fan of the condiment.
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The country's polarization between "black lives matter" and "all lives matter"—along with our divergent opinions on Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime performance—parallels the racial divide we saw 20 years ago in the aftermath of the former football player's trial.
Super Bowl 50 was perhaps the most political in pro football's history. Not for the game itself, but for the remarkable halftime show with its powerful performance by musical superstar Beyoncé.
Hey, did you hear that an American woman of historical import is slated to appear on the $10 bill? Is anyone investigating whether her ten-spot will be worth the same as the one with Alexander Hamilton on it -- or would its actual value come in at, say, $7.70?
A look at the day's political happenings, including speculation heightens about Hillary Clinton's 2016 prospects and new figures show just how well Dick Cheney's former company made out during the Iraq War.
Sports isn't a subject matter Jon Stewart usually covers on "The Daily Show," but the spectacle that the Super Bowl has become was too good a topic for the Comedy Central host to ignore.
After calling Stephen Colbert the startling nickname of "Steyoncé," the Rev. Al Sharpton hunkers down for a more serious discussion about his latest priority: education. "Education is a civil right," Sharpton says, describing his project with Newt Gingrich (!) in this clip from Tuesday's "Colbert Report."