The 110-year-old retailer used Hollywood's hottest night to reveal its own facelift. The company unveiled five clever ads during the Oscar telecast, featuring spokeswoman Ellen DeGeneres.
We should take a moment and applaud Penney's commander-in-chief, for not so much as blinking in the wake of the political storm created by naming Ellen DeGeneres as their spokesperson.
Perhaps the cold spell we're experiencing in DC originated from a realm much farther down beneath the earth that just froze over today. Glenn Beck just changed his mind on Ayn Rand!
A handful of newly elected Republican US Senators have written to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid trying to undo the constitutional authority of other elected incumbent US Senators.
by Sarah Laskow, Media Consortium blogger A chill is coming to Washington. A wave of climate change deniers were elected to office this week, and co...
I believe that Russ Feingold's defeat might well be a sign that if we don't hang together we will, indeed, find ourselves facing a very ominous future.
The battles within the GOP are mostly about personal power, not ideology. The views of the Tea Party-backed candidates who will enter Congress in January are similar to those of current Republicans in both houses.
What could be more cruel than to condemn a person to lifelong suffering, relieved only by premature death? The only thing worse I can think of would be to perpetrate that crime upon millions, as Republican Senatorial candidate Ron Johnson would cheerfully do to America.
David King is running for a statewide constitutional office that is second in line to the governorship after the lieutenant governor. And he's accused of rape.
Does Ron Johnson not know any history of the Senate and the many great Republicans and Democrats who have helped shape the national security decisions of the nation -- often knocking back or kicking along the White House?
The football prognosticators didn't give the banged up Green Bay Packers much of a chance on Sunday of defeating the high-flying New York Jets, but th...
When you pull a lever on Tuesday, you may think you are voting for one candidate or another, but, in the big picture, the vote won't be for a person. Instead, you will be voting based on these opposing principles.
Their answers are simple, but governing's hard, And facts deserve more than their blithe disregard.
The Inquisitions were infamous for their intolerance and hostility to science. Six centuries later, we still have wannabe inquisitors among us, and they are growing their ranks through the support of like-minded candidates.
Regardless of the outcome of the 2010 elections, the Tea Party has already made history by spawning the craziest crop of political candidates America has ever seen.
What is the Tea Party? Many have tried to answer that question ever since CNBC's Rick Santelli first launched the backlash with his trading-floor rant against the poor.