On Tuesday evening, it was announced that the United States and China had come to an agreement to reduce carbon emissions and increase sustainable energy consumption.
Ohio Governor John Kasich spent his Monday night calling up different media outlets after the Associated Press ran an article where he was quoted as heaping praise on the Affordable Care Act and stating that the law will not be repealed.
At an event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden delivered an emotionally charged message regarding the recent death of journalists Steven Sotloff and Jim Foley at the hands of ISIS.
On Monday evening, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) appeared on The Mark Levin Show to discuss, among other things, the recent GOP primary runoff election in Mississippi. He complained multiple times about the "DC machine."
On Tuesday, an op-ed written by President Obama appeared in Haaretz, Israel's oldest newspaper. This op-ed comes as tensions between Israelis and Palestinians are extremely high.
A new poll released Thursday by Suffolk University and the Boston Herald shows that Republican Scott Brown trails Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) by 10 points in his bid to defeat the incumbent.
Hatred is as dangerous a contagion as extremist Christianity, and despite same-sex marriage bans being ruled unconstitutional across the nation, the National Organization for Marriage is behaving like a mortally wounded and cornered wild beast.
Oh, how they hate Obama. I mean 'hate' with a capital "H." We're talking about most of the world's population. I know this animus to be true because the right wing echo chamber led by wildly overpaid, radical talk show hosts, Fox News, and pollsters tell me so, relentlessly.
The way Republicans and conservative media reacted to this good news, which also provided proof that the President is adhering to his promise to bring those responsible for the Benghazi attacks to justice, shows that they have collectively lost their minds due to that most deadly of afflictions, Obama Derangement Syndrome.
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's Morning Joe, neocon torchbearer and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol attempted to make the case that the United States needs to send thousands of troops into Iraq for an indefinite period of time without any clear mission.
Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is contemplating a 2016 run for the White House, appeared on CNBC Monday morning to talk with Squawk Box host Joe Kernen. The interview did not go well for Perry.
In an op-ed piece for Politico published Sunday, former Democratic Governor of Vermont Howard Dean stated that the recent primary loss by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) offers five lessons for Democrats in upcoming elections.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs report for the month on May. For the fourth month in a row, American employers added over 200,000 jobs. For May, we saw 217,000 nonfarm payroll jobs added to the economy.
On Thursday's episode of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough went way over the line when discussing the situation surrounding the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an american POW who was finally brought home after nearly five years in captivity.
Republicans in Washington and the right-wing media decided to push all-in by claiming the President had negotiated with terrorists and endangered the nation's security in order to save an anti-American deserter who deserved to be held as a prisoner indefinitely by the Taliban.
Iowa Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Joni Ernst referred to the recent Isla Vista killings as an "unfortunate accident" in a primary debate.
Republican State Sen. Dan Patrick of Texas is currently in a primary runoff with Texas' current Lieutenant Governor, Republican David Dewhurst. The two candidates locked horns in a debate on Tuesday. Patrick said something unbelievable.
It's here, front and center and it's not going away. It's marijuana, a mostly still illegal derivation from the weeds and flowers of the cannabis plant. The newest term to gain traction is medical marijuana. I am strongly in favor of legalizing medical marijuana as the Minnesota legislature has just done.
Wednesday night's episode was the first chance that Jon Stewart got to fully discuss the State of the Union address. Stewart turned it up to eleven with his righteous indignation and it was glorious.
What Tuesday night demonstrated to every American and to the world, is that President Obama has a plan and that Republicans do not