Our endless national blame game just endorses more death
The actress took to her Twitter account to share the news
The race to replace Antonio Villaraigosa is drawing Hollywood's interest
Oz tells National Governors Association to have more sex to prolong lifespans
CBS's chief White House correspondent uses the F-word twice in a tweet -- and offers uncommon adjective "shirty"
Esquire talks to Navy SEAL who pulled the trigger
Lilly Ledbetter inspired President Obama's first landmark legislation, a fair-pay act for women
The Fox News host said on his radio program that he is considering running as a Republican
Glen Johnson will serve as a senior adviser to newly-named Secretary of State John Kerry
The interview will air on "60 Minutes" on Sunday
The Facebook CEO and the New Jersey governor met in 2010
President Obama said Richard Blanco is "fitting" to represent national diversity
Mark Levin was enraged by President Obama's executive order on guns
Joe Scarborough predicts that the dysfunction among House Republicans will lead to Democratic victories in the future
House bill proposing an amendment to the Video Privacy Protection Act would allow Netflix to post users' viewing habits the way Spotify does its users'...
New York's two major tabloids make a big editorial push for more gun control post-Newtown shootings
L.A. City Controller Wendy Greuel, who is running for mayor of Los Angeles, talks about why she grew out her hair -- because that's how...
At TheWrap's Power of Leadership breakfast, top women in politics and entertainment note that when it comes to success, one thing matters: money
Reuters said the cameramen were trying to report on the killing of a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank
Joe Allbritton, founder of Allbritton Communications, built the Washington, D.C.-based media empire after controversy-fraught years as the chief of Riggs National Bank
"Zero Dark Thirty's" main character's real-life inspiration was passed over for promotion
POTUS and FLOTUS -- who used Pinterest during the re-election campaign -- will now give the social network a peek inside the White House
Rock icon appreciates America's willingness to serve as "the world's police force"
Roger Ailes said he would consider resigning as Fox News chief to run a Petraeus presidential campaign, Bob Woodward reports
Bill O'Reilly gets into a screaming match with David Silverman as the "War on Christmas" continues
President Obama is urging his Twitter and Facebook fans to push congressional Republicans into a compromise over the budget
First her photo went viral, then another Facebook page called Fire Lindsey Stone popped up, racking up more than 5,500 likes in just a day
New York Times statistician Nate Silver said traditional polls skewed Republican because they missed young, urban voters that only use cellphones
Eight journalists from various broadcast news outlets were wounded in two Israeli airstrikes in Gaza on Sunday
The MSNBC host echoed comments by Newsweek columnist David Frum, scolding the "conservative entertainment establishment"