It's been all over the news this week, as well it ought to be. A warm and festive 4th of July weekend in the Windy City was utterly marred by extreme gun violence. CNN's Republicans tried to decry the violence while ignoring gun control.
This week, Fox News host Megyn Kelly aired a two-part interview with Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers. It ended in disaster for the right-wing.
On a day when the Supreme Court of the United States turned back the clock and issued regressive decisions that will greatly harm women and public sector unions, at least one court case offered a glimmer of hope that the US court system isn't irretrievably broken.
U.S. intelligence agencies and the military have successfully apprehended one of the ringleaders of the Benghazi attack.
Texas Republicans want to "fix" the economy by getting rid of NASA, the air force, the Federal Aviation Administration and every other government agency established after 1776.
Rep. Ralph Hall (R-TX), 91, was seeking his 18th term in office this year. It appears that the oldest member of Congress will be forced to retire in January as Hall was defeated on Tuesday in a Republican primary runoff election.
There is almost no way to protect yourself from people snooping into your business whether it's the government or your local police.
President Obama wished everyone a happy Kwanzaa. Ann Coulter decided to 'whitesplain' Kwanzaa to African-Americans and write a nice little racist article.
The Republican Party's hell-bent obsession with shutting down the government will not end well for them if they succeed.
I picture President Sarah Palin, in all her indignant, self-righteous power-hungry glory. Then, I picture the NSA and the vast security apparatus beyond them all under Palin's control.
Graham and McCain already jumped the gun Saturday, calling the terrorist an enemy combatant and suggesting in that WMD way that he was connected to terrorist cells.
By all accounts, Sen. Mitch McConnell has violated Senate ethics standards and committed at least one federal crime; possibly two.
The FBI is working with The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, to find the source of hoax letters received by voters in several Florida counties.