In what seems like an eternity since Republican House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes released a memo accusing the Department of Justice and the FBI of abusive surveillance of the Trump campaign, the Democrats’ rebuttal finally has been made public. And it mostly tells us what we already knew: Nunes is a…
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD—Everyone was confused at “How to Win Women,” a CPAC panel originally scheduled for the afternoon of February 22. It was unclear whether or not the panel, hosted by the Independent Women’s Forum (IWF), was going to happen, or whether or not it had been silently abandoned. The volunteers staffing…
Pundits and politicos were shocked on Friday when a spokesperson for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) publicly admitted that former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele was the Party’s token black guy. Although The comment was the least racist thing you might hear at CPAC, people…
It’s hard to tell who among the Trump administration has accumulated the most alleged ethics violations in the past year, but Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke certainly ranks right up there.
From designer handbags to preventing nuclear Armageddon, Ivanka Trump has truly rewritten the rules for success. Now if we could only get her a full Top Security clearance.
Following Wayne LaPierre’s rigorous commitment to arming educators in the wake of yet another school shooting, Philando Castile’s mother has called the National Rifle Association CEO a hypocrite for not standing up for her son, who both owned a gun and was a public school employee.
This AccuStrike AlphaHawk Nerf gun is selling for just $16, the lowest price ever. What are you still doing here?
Over the past few months, Vice has been subject of a series of damning claims, with current and former women employees saying the company’s workplace culture has frequently been toxic for them, and accusing specific executives—including president Andrew Creighton, chief digital officer Mike Germano, and Jason Mojica,…
The news Friday that a public radio consortium would be relaunching New York news site Gothamist and some of its sister sites was met by an outpouring of support for the recently shuttered publications and gratitude toward the stations helping to resurrect them.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai joined the pack at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday alongside fellow Republican commissioners Michael O’Rielly and Brendan Carr—the architects of the recent order repealing net neutrality protections passed in the Obama era.
After over a week of mounting pressure from students in Florida and around the country, Gov. Rick Scott announced on Friday that he supports raising the minimum age to buy a gun in his state to 21 years old, breaking with the National Rifle Association.
My daughter recently told me the one rule for playing with pretend guns at her preschool: “You can shoot someone. But you have to ask them if it’s okay first. And they have to say yes.”
PBS NewsHour bills itself as “one of the most trusted news programs on television” and a haven for “solid, reliable reporting.” That’s why it’s strange that, on its Thursday edition, it hosted an anti-immigration extremist from a known hate group and presented him as merely an advocate for stricter immigration laws.