With people still trying to signup for healthcare, many are wondering what went wrong. Well it turns out the problem isn't with the actual law, but with a system our government has used for ages.
This week we found out that Darden owned resteraunts, Red Lobster and Olive Garden, saw sharp declines in profits last quarter. But did you know that Darden has tried to put more financial libaility on their employees, namely the wait staff.
While discussing the bombing of the Boston Marathon, Megyn Kelly went on a defensive rant over inaccurate media reports that a suspect had been arrested.
Has Michelle Malkin's Twitchy site fabricated Twitter accounts and even a domain to push a bogus story?
If you visited Crooks and Liars Thursday evening you may have had an unpleasant surprise. Instead of being able to read your most favorite blog, you were quickly taken to this Facebook page: Even if you clicked the Okay button on that page
Bob Cesca points to this interview Chris Christie gave about gun control. Christie was asked about specific gun control measures, and instead talked about violent video games. “We don’t allow those games into our house…we think it
A growing outbreak of fungal meningitis has claimed 7 lives and infected up to 64 people across 9 states. The rate that the outbreak is growing is also alarming: The total number of cases has also grown to 64 people in nine states, the CDC said.
This Fall, the Supreme Court will be taking up a case that can really affect all of us. The case will determine if you actually have the right to sell a used product that was made or contains parts from overseas: At issue in Kirtsaeng v. John
Yesterday, Eric Holder addressed the NAACP. Of course a hot topic issue was Voter ID and now the right wing bloggers have a new outrage, being pushed by Townhall: Earlier today, Attorney General Eric Holder addressed the NAACP Nation Convention
While Fox News continues to dominate the news market in ratings (while losing out to Jon Stewart), they were also the only cable news network to actually see their numbers decline in 2011: Yet Fox was alone among the cable news networks in
We are one week from the Iowa caucuses and things don't look good for the GOP: If I were running the Iowa Republican Party, I would be seeking to vastly increase the turnout at the Jan. 3 caucuses. After all, those who turn out can be recruited
Newt has constantly denied that he once supported Mitt Romney's health insurance mandate in Massachusetts, but the wayback machine has something else to say about that. Here's a letter written by Newt in April of 2006: The most exciting
Newt Gingrich invoking Pearl Harbor in comparison to his not appearing on the Virginia GOP primary ballot wasn't the first time he has done such a thing. It turns out that last year Newt invoked that day of infamy for something completely