This past week, Herman Cain's campaign got unreasonably cocky, Chris Christie's campaign continued to not exist, and Sarah Palin's campaign remained u...
Freedom for religion means that government cannot interfere with the internal governance of religious institutions.
"I think the culture today is very, very different from what it was in the '60s, and I feel lucky that I grew up at a time when I had these very strong female role models. They were strong women, but their power was very much connected to their creativity and their voice."
This week kicked off with the Emmy Awards and things only got weirder from there.
What if the presumed sex difference in infidelity isn't as set-in-stone as we assume it is? What if power does predict unfaithfulness, but no more so for men than women?
The late night hosts were back in full force this week and with the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, the Republican Debate at the Reagan Library and Obam...
Irony highlights our human shortcomings in the arena of ridicule. As a result, purveyors of humor are often targeted, beaten, and killed for their ability to make audiences laugh and think.
After weeks and weeks tweeting and shouting, Congress finally got it together and raised the debt ceiling on Wednesday. We can only hope that this ma...
The big story this week was the horrible terror attack in Norway. But some late night shows focused on happier things, like the looming debt ceiling deadline.
Murdoch, Bachmanna and more provided content for a full slate of late night hosts this week.
Kyra Sedgwick describes the discovery that she and her husband Kevin Bacon are 10th cousins once-removed as "a little upsetting," but it shouldn't be. Here's why.
We started this week with two major scandals rocking either side of the Atlantic
Marriage equality passing in New York, Glenn Beck's last show and more fueled this week's late night talk shows.
This week began with two media giants exploring uncharted territory. Jon Stewart made his first appearance on a Sunday morning political talk show, a...
Jon Stewart is a true genius. But he's a comic genius. And without even being a true journalist he brilliantly managed to do what no one else has done: get Fox to admit that it's a politically biased television network.
This week kicked off with a much better-than-average Tony Awards and a very entertaining Republican presidential debate (despite the lack of Sarah Palin).