NOM, the National Organization For Marriage, has just endorsed a Republican presidential candidate who literally has stood with a pastor who calls for the biblical killing...
The results of the TIME magazine Person of the Year Readers Poll are a fascinating snapshot of America.
In a very carefully worded statement, Mike Huckabee tells CNN he's unaware of any anti-abortion activists who have suggested violence toward Planned Parenthood's personnel.
Not a single Republican presidential candidate even acknowledged domestic terrorism at Planned Parenthood today, but two did take time to ask supporters to go shopping.
Stephen Colbert takes a shot a Donald Trump, mocking him for reading the news and "predicting" events.
Ben Carson tags onto Donald Trump's false claim, say he too saw the news coverage of thousands of American Muslims in New Jersey celebrating on 9/11.
The Democrats got a bit feisty today, putting George W. Bush's words where their mouths are.
Stephen Colbert unleashes unusual thinly-veiled rage on Republican presidential candidates attacking immigrants.
President Barack Obama did not hold back his feelings about Republican "rhetoric" and "posturing" over U.S. accepting refugees.
Opinion: The level of Republican inhumanity and stupidity, and refusal to look for facts has reached new heights.
Speaking at the G20 in Turkey, President Barack Obama took a strong swing at Republican presidential candidates and other GOP leaders.
Unless you're a political junkie, you likely aren't planning on watching tonight's GOP debate. Here's why you should change your mind.
Pastor Joshua Feuerstein, whose video protesting Starbucks for its plain red coffee cups went viral, talks to CNN. It doesn't go well.
The paper of record suggests the Texas Lt. Governor should be to blame for the next transgender teen who attempts suicide in the Lone Star State.
Republican presidential candidates are just the latest group of conservatives to claim the "liberal media" has it out for them. But really, let's talk reality.