After years of failing ratings with former host David Gregory, NBC’s “Meet the Press” is gaining ratings with Chuck Todd in the driver’s seat. It is even hitting its stride among the Sunday political shows with viewers under 50 years of age.
As questions brought up by the blockbuster book Clinton Cash continue to reverberate around the world, this week Bill Clinton sent a panicked letter to donors pleading with them not to flee his foundation.
On Thursday, Washington D.C.’s mass transit authority decided that, instead of being forced to sell ad space for a free speech campaign featuring the winning entry of the “Draw Muhammad” art contest, they would put a ban on all PSA and advocacy advertising for six months.
Over several days this week, hundreds of anti-Semitic fliers have turned up on doorsteps in neighborhoods in Maryland and nearby Washington D.C., a report says.
The artist—who, with his “Hope” posters, made himself famous and, at the same time, helped push Barack Obama over the finish line—has soured on the president and now says that Obama has failed to live up to the hype.
The FIFA scandal now enters into the reaction phase as corporate sponsors begin to warn soccer’s governing body that unless the corruption ends their sponsorship will.
On Wednesday, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum chose big Clinton Foundation donor George Stephanopoulos to help him announce his second bid for the GOP nomination for president.
Cleveland Indians players and coaches shaved their heads in a show of support for teammate Mike Aviles’ daughter, who suffers from leukemia and prepares to undergo chemotherapy.
The IRS had been warned of vulnerabilities in their computer system long before the taxing agency admitted this week that it had been hacked and may have lost the data of up to 100,000 American taxpayers.
The Pentagon had to admit, Wednesday, that it had accidentally sent live anthrax samples to nearly a dozen labs across the country and at least one overseas. They are now working with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to contain the shipments.
Joe Horn really, really doesn’t like Roger Goodell.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is worried that freedom of speech and freedom of religion both are endangered by a growing leftist bigotry that is rising in the country. Religion in particular is facing a “real and present danger” of being labeled “hate speech,” he said.
A 5-year-old Chicago boy from the city’s South Side was mauled to death Monday by a pit bull, which residents said repeatedly attacked the child even as they tried to intervene.
Ali Wentworth, the wife of ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos, is now cancelling TV appearances scheduled to flog her new book after questions about his massive donations to the Bill and Hillary Clinton Foundation have caused her husband much unwelcome attention.
Clinton Cash, the blockbuster book that has the whole country looking at Bill and Hillary Clinton in a harsh new light, enters its second week on the New York Times bestsellers list—now at the number three slot among the nation’s nonfiction, hardcover releases.
If its Memorial Day story is any indication, Reuters news services can’t seem to tell the difference between a group of patriots celebrating Memorial Day with a motorcycle event and the Texas biker gang shootings that left nine dead.
Not long after Al Sharpton’s daughter filed suit against New York City for “permanent damage” to her foot from an “uneven street” in Soho, she began posting photos on Instagram showing that she hiked mountains on vacation. Now, the city wants those photos preserved.
Last week, Baltimore residents have been suspicious that the city’s police department has held back, allowing crime to run rampant — but the department’s morale is at a low point, according one of its officers.
After a year-long investigation, the Department of Justice has announced that it has found evidence of criminal wrongdoing in General Motors’ failure to disclose a manufacturing defect that is tied to the death of 104 people.
Among the thousands of emails released to the public that were sent from some of Hillary Clinton’s secret email accounts, one directed her staff to “pls print” an October, 2012 Wall Street Journal article slamming Obama for seriously botching his response to the terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya that year.
Patricia Driscoll, the ex-girlfriend of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, faces criticism for asking a charity to pay for her son’s travel to Las Vegas, among other alleged transgressions, an ESPN report finds.
A Milwaukee man who was found unresponsive in his home last week was pronounced dead on site but shocked everyone by moving his arms and legs, authorities said.
On Friday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had a sparsely attended summit to discuss the state government’s official email policy. The final outcome is an eyebrow-raiser, with the governor deciding that in many cases state employees can delete any official email at will.
A poll by Pew Research Center finds that despite the fact Republicans have taken control of both houses of Congress, our legislature is still not well-liked, even by Republicans.
After her terrorist son was sentenced to death for his part in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s mother warned that Allah would burn the USA in an “eternal and terrifying fire.”