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She then criticized the president for a speech he gave in the Bronx on Monday, addressing Moore's death along with the recent
"But that’s a topic for another day," he continued. "This is the Easter prayer breakfast, OK? Like the holiest holiday in
Check out the clip above for more. Jon Stewart announced on Tuesday night that he'll be quitting "The Daily Show" at some
"President Obama provided the data for my commentary through his statements and actions," he went on, concluding: "My commentary
"The Five" was also ticked off. "He bashes FNC more than ISIS, and we don't behead anybody!" Greg Gutfeld said. The folks
If you thought your favorite Fox News pundits were furious about President Obama's "latte" salute, then get ready for a steaming
Fox News was furious over Barack Obama's appearance on "Between Two Ferns," the Funny Or Die-produced series starring Zach
Lincoln was long "attracted to off-color jokes,” Fred Kaplan wrote in his recent biography of the 16th president. "Earthy
President Obama made his feelings about Fox News very clear in his pre-Super Bowl interview with Bill O'Reilly on Sunday
Sherman recalls Ailes’ early days as a young hot-shot producer on the “Mike Douglas Show” and his entrance into politics
"A journalist contacted us today saying this would not have been in the spirit of Mandela, it would have been disrespectful
"If you've talked to somebody who said, 'Well, I don't know, I was watching Fox News and they said this is horrible,' you
The DOJ's surveillance of James Rosen--and, especially, its contention that he was a "co-conspirator" in a criminal case
After the Senate failed to pass a proposal for expanded background checks, Obama held a late-afternoon press conference to
(h/t Talking Points Memo) “When you see an attractive woman who happens to be very professional and smart, wouldn't it be
Apparently President Obama wants his usual media pass and Fox challenges his policies – which happens to be the media’s job
NBC's Chuck Todd and ABC's Jake Tapper (now at CNN) were called on the most of any reporters — they each got 23 chances to
"Should MSNBC take a more aggressive stance with President Obama after the elections to make sure he follows through on his
Right wing commentators attacked Obama for using "racially charged language" and a "false accent" to instill fear in a mostly black audience in 2007 during a speech at Hampton University in Virginia.