Sam Stein

Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine tells the Huffington Post's Sam Stein and Amanda Terkel about how the GOP need to distance themselves from Donald Trump.
Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine tells the Huffington Post's Sam Stein and Amanda Terkel about how the GOP need to distance themselves from Donald Trump.
In this episode of Drinking and Talking, host Sam Stein is joined by veterans of the service industry. He asks the important question, who is a better tipper, democrats or republicans?
The "Drinking and Talking" continues as HuffPost's own Sam Stein and Ryan Grim ask servers to reveal their best on the job stories.
The "Drinking and Talking" continues as HuffPost's Sam Stein and Ryan Grim dive into the minimum wage vs. tipping debate.
The "Drinking and Talking" continues with HuffPost's Sam Stein and Ryan Grim as they take a look at the age old practice of tipping.
In this installment of Drinking and Talking, Sam Stein sits down with current and former servers in the restaurant industry to discuss the power of drunk tipping.
In this edition of Drinking and Talking, our pollsters explain the most remarkable poll they've ever seen in their career, and why it's so exciting.
Former White House Staff Bill Burton details the time President Obama's 2008 remarks about meeting with then President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad caught everyone off guard.
In this edition of Drinking and Talking, Sam Stein asks if the road to equality has been paved for future LGBT couples, so they don't have to face discrimination.
The "Drinking and Talking" continues as HuffPost's Sam Stein and co. discuss the particular process of picking a campaign anthem.
The "Drinking and Talking" continues as HuffPost's Sam Stein is joined by Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz, Yahoo News! White House correspondent's Oliver Knox, April Ryan, and HuffPost's own Jen Bendery. This time they discuss exactly what goes on inside the White House briefing room.
This week began with all sorts of madness. College hoops' March Madness began on Thursday, and if I had a bracket it would no doubt already be busted. Weather madness broke out on Friday, the first day of spring, with a snowstorm on the East Coast. More serious meteorological madness descended as Senator Mitch McConnell launched a national effort to thwart new EPA regulations on coal-fired carbon emissions. This comes as new data showed that the rate of melting on Antarctica's East Ice could lead to a world sea-level rise of at least 11 feet and that -- spring snowstorms aside -- 2014 was the warmest year on record. On Friday, HuffPost's Sam Stein interviewed President Obama, who, when asked about managing stress, said he takes "the long view." It's a perspective we'll need -- combined with short-term political urgency -- if we're going to tackle climate change. To do otherwise is true madness.
President Obama speaks to HuffPost's Sam Stein in a wide-ranging interview covering foreign policy, the domestic budget, the NCAA's treatment of college athletes and more.
President Obama speaks to HuffPost's Sam Stein about the Senate's delay in approving his Attorney General nominee, Loretta Lynch.
The "Drinking and Talking" continues as our panel discusses the business, policy and future of legal marijuana.
And yet, he remains defiant, spearheading his minority party to derail high-profile Republican priorities on immigration
HuffPost's Sam Stein and Sabrina Siddiqui talks with retiring Congressman George Miller about his role in the House, and why he wanted his best friend to be House Speaker.
Retiring Congressman George Miller sits down with the Huffington Post, and remembers some of his most firey moments on the House floor.
This week, radical militants from a pseudo-Islamic death cult murdered 12 members of the staff of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in their Paris office, ending any hope we had that 2015 would be a respite from 2014's garbage and misery.