Bill O'Reilly to Jon Stewart: 'I've Been Too Easy' on Obama (Video) 2 days ago
Bill O'Reilly told Jon Stewart that he's been "too easy" on President Obama, and that recent cases of the Justice...
By Tim Molloy
Bill O'Reilly suggests African-American, Hispanic and female voters "want stuff"
President Obama recovers from post-debate slump to win a second term
From Donald Trump to Michael Moore, the rich and famous have their say on the Obama-Romney race results
Ignore cable news except for CNN, check in on NBC, and tweet tweet tweet
Rapper says at Obama rally that his performance definitely wasn't vetted
SNL Kagan says ad buys to increase to $2.6B, up from $1.6B in 2008
"Bowling for Columbine" filmmaker Michael Moore enlists senior citizens for salty-tongued message about voter suppression
Matthew Modine says Mitt Romney "will be terrible for human beings around the world"
"He's not afraid to face a ravening, grasping horde of subhumans. 'Cause that's how he sees poor people already"
Trump says his $5 million offer for records is about transparency
Trump has no information, but offers Obama money to provide some
Watch the candidates' amazing duet on Syria
Ann Coulter breaks down the new rules of comedy
President reaches out to young voters, two days after "Tonight Show" appearance
Barack Obama-Mitt Romney showdown gives Fox News its highest-rated telecast in network's history
Commentator delivers latest in slew of reprehensible... yaaaaawn
President is as scrappy as a third-party challenger, but leans on incumbency
President visits Jay Leno two days after last debate
Conservatives jump on president's description of four deaths in Libya as "not optimal"
Let's focus on the positive: He didn't actually do it
Fox News averages 11.1 million total viewers with coverage of Obama-Romney showdown
Most networks post big losses versus 2008 with presidential debate coverage
Obama hopes for a big comeback after lackluster performance in Denver
President walks right into criticisms that he's wasting time on unimportant things
If Jon Stewart doesn't like the president's performance, he can tell him in person
Race shifts as Lohan expresses serious concern over jobs -- other people's jobs, that is
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