Jon Stewart Agrees Republicans Are 'the Stupid Party' (Video) 15 weeks ago
Jon Stewart agrees with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal that Republicans need to "stop being the stupid party" -- but sounds a little...
By Tim Molloy
Conservative columnist David Frum said many in the Republican base believed the last four years were the apocalypse
"This situation could happen to me at the Democratic convention or standing on the street corner," says Patricia Carroll
"They are oligarchs and racists clad in the skins of dead elephants"
"Fast and Furious would be like if Monica Lewinsky went down on Iran Contra during the Bay of Pigs invasion," Stewart jokes
"Glee" star Jane Lynch slides into Rachel Maddow's chair on MSNBC to deliver an economic argument for marriage equality
Hollywood Democrats are avoiding Super Pacs. How come? They want the moral high ground on campaign finance reform
"It used to be about 80-20, Democrat -- now, I’d say it’s closer to 60-40, though a majority of Republicans in Hollywood are hiding under rocks"
The Republican presidential hopeful derides President Obama's "war on religion"
Gingrich latest to surge... ho-hum
Thursday's vote could overturn new regulations that prevent ISP's from charging for premium service
Stewart also provides a "dic tip" for future dictators on the lam: "I would resist hidey-holing"
Republican members want a report from the Committee for Public Broadcasting on how it can wean NPR off federal funds by 2014
In an exclusive interview, the Starbucks CEO says he has been “stunned” by the response to his call for a boycott on political donations
Vote aims to overturn controversial regulations that prevent internet providers from charging fees for premium services
Conservatives say the publicly funded media company is overwrought with elitist coastal liberalism, but analysts say the channel's inoffensive to the point of being bland
Republicans are pushing to eliminate all federal support for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Congressmen will appear with PBS characters in bid to stop GOP efforts to slash federal support
House GOP also wants deep cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts and the Humanities
Michigan is reviewing its production incentives and New Mexico might cut its. Could tightening belts squeeze the life out of indie film production?
Outgoing Speaker of the House wants the director to lend his golden touch to rebranding the party
With budget shortfalls, vicious infighting and a power shift in Washington, make no mistake -- public media is under attack
GOP members of the Energy and Commerce Commission say news rules would be "a mistake"
"Bill Clinton's Vegas" would have "hit" stained on blue dresses all over America ...
With an old friend as governor and corporate-friendly Republicans a national level, Tuesday was very, very good for this town
Palin's ascendance -- amidst rumors that she may be dating her "DWTS" partner -- tells you all you need to know about the ménage à trios between celebrity, money and politics in America
Thanks to high-profile mid-term races and a controversial Supreme Court decision, broadcasters stand to make nearly $2.5 billion
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation