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The presidential primary season may be over and done with, but people are getting in their political fix anyway they can--even if that means byway of fictional political television shows.
Weeks of behind closed door maneuvering by Tony Blair, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, and Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi attempted to bring together a centrists' coalition government comprised of Netnayahu's Likud and the opposition Labor Party.
I'm a late adopter. While the Netflix-produced political drama "House of Cards" premiered back in February of 2013, and four seasons (totaling 52 epi...
Are you handling your finances the way Frank handled his political career? Appearing to get what you wanted but then going through a series of ordeals to hang onto it? Here are six signs your finances are as fragile as a house of cards.
"You get the politics that you deserve." Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Richard Ford here speaks bluntly of the interplay between politicians and the public in America, arguing that people can only blame themselves for being lied to by politicians.
House of Cards and Game of Thrones are the same basic show. When you boil it down, each is a collection of morally-ambiguous characters playing a political game of cards.
If you've seen at least one episode of House of Cards, you'll know that Underwood is willing to do anything and everything to rise and remain at the top - including commit murder. But what does that have to do with Facebook?
The Tibetan Buddhist monks ritualistically create, and then ritualistically dismantle, their creation as a symbol of the transitory nature of material life. The jar of sand is taken to a river and released back into nature.
'Jonathan Yeo Portraits', at The Museum of National History, Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark, is open to the public from Sunday, 20 March until Thursday, 30 June 2016.
"Diversity of ideas makes us all wiser. True leadership is embracing those who disagree with you, as well." - "President" Frank Underwood, House of C...
House of Cards transports fans out of the reality of a political race that feels like it's bordering on fiction into a faux political campaign ripe with the deception we believe must exist in the real one. But this season might bear more resemblance to reality than we'd like.
Each of Chinese artist Badiucao's cartoons is an incisive comment on life in China today -- the lack of religious freedom, political oppression and the pervasiveness of Communist Party ideology.
Image by Pamela Hale Before settling in tonight to write this post, I thought I needed a bit of escape, so I continued my catching up with the tense...
You'll recognize Joanna Going as First Lady Tricia Walker opposite Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Michel Gill in Netflix's Emmy nominated series House of Cards.
"Trust me, 47 years in the film business is a long time," said Jodie Foster when she accepted her Cecil B. DeMille award at the Golden Globes in 2013. She should know. Foster made her acting debut in a Coppertone commercial when she was just three.