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And he has been saying some really dumb things on air.
Who doesn't love Frank Underwood?
Scarlett Johansson said some really dumb things surrounding her controversial role as SodaStream's new brand ambassador.
A bipartisan group of senators is pushing legislation that would help Israel dictate U.S. policy.
Many have rushed to praise the Israeli leader, but there's a different side to his legacy that Palestinians know all too well.
These 11 people made headlines based on controversy, but when it comes down to it, they're completely meaningless.
As the Senate readies sanctions against Iran, Obama looks like a hero. And maybe that's the point.
Al-Qaeda is back, and it has its public relations department to thank.
In the fight for your soul, the almighty brand is winning out over organized religion.
These five reasons sum up why Rob Ford is A benchmark mayor.
The Tea Party is supported largely by conservative Evangelical Christians who are putting us all on a path to failure.
These foreign affairs topics will not only make you sound smart at your Halloween party, they'll also freak everyone out.
Syria faces astronomical challenges in the years ahead. The news isn't likely to change, even if UN inspectors find Assad's weapons.
The U.S. missed a crucial chance at the UN on Tuesday. These 5 steps towards reconciliation with its Iranian adversary could have made history.
Unless the U.S. can add strict stipulations to Russia's plan, let the bombs fall where they may.
The Obama administration seems likely to embark upon a relatively fruitless campaign to punish Bashar al-Assad. It won't work, and here's why
Embassy closures prove Al-Qaeda is back — and we have U.S. foreign policy to thank.
It's gotten to the point where innocent citizens who need vital medicines are turning to expensive and sketchy black market drugs.
Sit back, put on your pink balaclava, and get inspired for the message in “Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer.”
Arming Syrian rebels will not change the momentum in Syria ... and that's the point.
With Iran's economy in dire straits, the new president could signal an economic, nuclear, and foreign policy readjustment by the regime. The director of Iranian Studies at Stanford explains.
It has officially become “hip” to jump on the anti-establishment bandwagon.
Rushing to judgment on PRISM is just as dangerous as ignoring it.
Clearly, Gezi Park is a microcosm of seething resentment that has deeper roots, and urban planning spats like this are at the bottom of the list of grievances.