One journalist told HuffPost that Hazen mimicked his favorite sex act while having lunch with employees.
We still don't have any sort of apology or retraction from the Washington Post for promoting "The List" -- the highly dangerous blacklist that got a huge boost from the newspaper's fawning coverage on November 24.
The criminalization of drug use during pregnancy as "fetal endangerment" is not a new revelation. But the extent to which pregnant women are being criminalized for drug use is.
Perhaps more important, even beyond his policy suggestions that have more to do with social and economic justice, our culture
The most wonderful tribute to Dad and to my book came many years later, last Sunday, when I got this email (used by permission of the writer) that really speaks to who Dad was and to the man I knew and loved. I've reproduce it here unedited.
It's easy enough to compile a "best" and "worst" list, but what about bringing attention to important issues that went largely unreported in 2012? Some of the answers will still surprise you.
That image looks like Emperor Palpatine. But who's really representing the Dark Side here? The truth is that the billionaire
Issa has favored an enforcement route that would focus on investigating loans originating from government-sponsored mortgage
Military contractors are crying crocodile tears right now about the "fragility" of their industry. But in fact that industry is flush with cash, and will do or say anything to protect the one thing they care about above all else: profit.
The Wavelength: Court to FCC do your freakin job! Plus: how the NewsCorps scandal impacts u.s. media
Over the past four months, the implications of the proposed mega-merger have reverberated through both the Beltway and the