Charles Krauthammer noted an unlikely but striking similarity between rivals President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey.
As much as 69 percent of the state’s GOP voters say they are very worried about the economy, and 24 percent expressed concern on the issue.
Tuesday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the annexation of Crimea and mocked the sanctions President Obama brought against Russian officials.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Couch admitted that he was driving under the influence when he plowed through a group of people who were working on a disabled car on the side of the road, killing four of them. This week, a Texas judge blamed the crash on the boy’s affluent upbringing without sentencing him to a single day behind bars. Eric Boyle, the father and husband of two of the victims, reacted to the sentencing on The Kelly File.
Yesterday during an open hearing on the evolving NSA surveillance scandal, Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley (OR) grilled Gen. Keith Alexander on the program responsible for collecting the data of millions of Americans. In one specific back and forth, Merkley held up his cell phone and challenged him, asking, "Here - I have my Verizon phone, my cell phone. What authorized investigation gave you the grounds for acquiring my cell phone data?"
In a recent MSNBC clip, host Martin Bashir claimed Republicans are using the IRS targeting scandal as "just another excuse" to bash President Obama, calling it their latest "weapon in the war against the Black man in the White House."
Hearings are set to begin in the House today on the investigation into the IRS' targeting of conservative groups. The branch is also now in hot water for spending $50 million on lavish conferences primarily meant to entertain employees, including $4 million that went to one particular event alone - a sum that included the production costs for videos like the one seen in the clip above in which IRS employees are led in a dance called the "cupid shuffle" in order to "get ready" for their Anaheim conference.
When Martha MacCallum shared her reaction this morning to an op-ed she read recently on what's being termed the nation's "hook-up culture." In the article, MacCallum said a female college student talked about how the routine of drinking and having sex, then pretending you don't know each other, was getting her down, adding that she thought it would be nice if 'you could at least acknowledge each other' on campus the next day.