Former congressman and presidential candidate previously appeared in Sacha Baron Cohen's "Bruno," where he was prank-interviewed
The former Russian TV anchor told Anderson Cooper she quit over the network's "propagandist nature"
After Super Tuesday and a traveling press happy hour, the Republican front-runner enjoys his best week of coverage
Presidential candidate Ron Paul will speak to L.A. faithful on March 20, at the home of Universa Investments chief Mark Spitznagel
CNN, which has already aired eight debates, opts to cancel its March 1 debate in Georgia after Mitt Romney and Ron Paul pull out
Weed-loving rapper appears to boost Drug War hating libertarian Ron Paul. Is this the beginning of a beautiful friendship?
The social media company will provide the politics hub with real-time data on voter sentiment
What's become a damaging internal scrap in the G.O.P. race moved from Iowa to New Hampshire with bitter feuds still active. Can Romney finally get...
Charles Barkley is the host for the first new "Saturday Night Live" of the year
New Washington Post app showcases all the ways it can be used to evaluate how engaged readers are with certain candidates
"Iowa Filmmakers" responds to mainstream media's characterization of their state
"American Idol" winner defends Paul against racism charges
Reporter Gloria Borger was pressing the presidential candidate about racist newsletters
Nate Silver says they do in New Hampshire, but not in Iowa
Forget who's going to win the nomination -- who is most likely to become the next Sarah Palin?
"The Daily Show" host devotes half his program to the interview, tells him to go to war in Iran
He says Republicans are treating the populist candidate as if he's Gary Busey on "Celebrity Apprentice"
The network draws more than 5 million viewers for the debate, far surpassing the ratings of the previous two GOP contests
The House That Ted Built takes the night's top numbers, and edges out Fox News' May face-off between the GOP challengers among adults 25-54
You have to feel a little sorry for candidates trying to replace someone who just ordered bin Laden dead
When we watched “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” we enjoyed the electricity of illicit subversion, as Sacha Baron...
This time Baron Cohen is bent on guerrilla-style humiliation. I never thought I'd feel sorry for Ron Paul