It's time federal officials stopped playing games with email addresses.
You can't even follow this without a scorecard!
I guess the producers of Morning Joe thought there was no one better for their audience to hear from when it comes to Department of Justice scandals than Gonzo.
As Esquire's Charlie Pierce relayed to Stephanie Miller this Tuesday morning, between Benghazi, Benghazi!, BENGHAZI!, the IRS and now the Associated Press phone records, get ready for a really long summer of scandal mongering from Republicans the the beltway Villagers.
Fox News contributor Liz Cheney on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama with the false claim that he had apologized to enemies of the United States and had abandoned Czechoslovakia, which has not existed since 1992. During a panel on ABC's This
Once upon a time -- back when I worked in newsrooms and edited wire copy for a living -- the Associated Press was more or less the standard for button-down, straight-down-the-middle news reportage and analysis. If anything, it erred on the bland
CNN, Fox News Blow Health Care Ruling
Oh no, not another underwear bomber! Now this will be used to justify even more intrusive TSA searches. Oh well! At least some lives were probably saved: The CIA thwarted an ambitious plot by al-Qaida's affiliate in Yemen to destroy a U.S.-bound
May 7, 1945 - News of the unconditional surrender of Germany and the quick rebuttal that no, it really wasn't the official surrender of Germany.
It might be accidental, but there's no question that a student brought a gun to school, put it in his backpack, and now two students are in the hospital after being injured by gunshots. Via KTLA-Los Angeles: A Gardena High School student