The psychopaths in the White House will be perfectly happy to run with fake news gained from torture and use it to bamboozle the public for their own nefarious purposes.
The Democratic presidential nominee got a pass this summer on her "extremely careless" handling of classified information while secretary of state. But now the FBI is reopening its investigation.
Hillary Hysteria is raging everywhere, from the most disreputable websites to the most respected newspapers. But why is the political press so agitated?
The former president isn't exactly someone to model a moral compass after, which is why you may find it surprising to hear his reaction to a New York grand jury decision not to indict the policeman whose chokehold preceded Eric Garner's death.
Condoleezza Rice appointment to Dropbox board provokes strong reactions (via The Inquirer) Thursday's announcement that former US Secretary of State...
Japanese government officials discourage kids from playing outdoors near Fukushima more than a few minutes a day; colleges have trademarked some ridiculous phrases; meanwhile, sleep troubles could have to do with low brain volume. These discoveries and more after the jump.
“Making up a reason to invade a country is the easy part,” the former vice president said, according to a satirical story in The New Yorker. “Sticking to a pretend story for ten years—that is the stuff of valor.”
The United States and the European Union remain impotent or irresolute observers of the most important issues of political "governance" of concern these days.
We are going from "The Year of the Woman" -- that was 1992 -- to decades of the woman. And it is not only politics anymore.
A handwritten note from Fox News President Roger Ailes to George W. Bush's secretary of state in 2005 reveals that the man who runs the cable news channel that touts itself as "fair and balanced" offered to help the administration.