Double Down

Weird News
At 10 a.m. ET on Friday, Kentucky for Kentucky will start selling a limited number of the “Double Down” and “Hot Brown” candles
Food & Drink
2014: The year of fast food nightmares.
Politics
The Christie fundraiser is the latest in a series of national appearances for Romney, who has been back in the spotlight
Business
"At this point, we're thinking about this as a limited-time only kind of product," Maynard said. "We'll have to see what
Politics
"Here's the one thing I can say for certain," Obama said. "That, if they had asked me, I would have said there is no way
Politics
In an interview last Sunday with NBC's "Meet The Press," Romney dismissed the notion of Christie's health being an issue
Politics
"There was absolutely no reason for President Obama to reportedly break his pledge not to support Priorities USA," said Progressives
Videos
A new book on the 2012 presidential campaign claims that President Barack Obama told aides that he is "really good at killing people."
Politics
While the White House has not commented on the president's alleged remarks, senior Obama adviser Dan Pfeiffer on Sunday brushed
Politics
In the report, Downie examined a range of Obama administration tactics that hinder government transparency. These include
Media
The Obama team rightly assumed the news would spark outrage. The group had proposed hiring an “extremely literate conservative
Politics
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama felt a sense of relief after coming out in favor of gay marriage, according to "Double
Politics
When the two of them golfed together in September 2011, an effort aides hoped would bring them closer, they did not even
Politics
Romney also didn't like Christie's tendency to show up late to campaign events. The Romney campaign had dubbed its search
Comedy
Nowadays, you can't watch cable news for 10 minutes without hearing a talking head hold forth with a "having said that," a
Business
Perhaps it's Taco Bell's Doritos Locos tacos, which since their introduction in 2012 have become the chain's most popular
Media
It's worth pondering why a gambling cliche has become the metaphor of choice for the campaign commentariat.