Massachusetts Senate Debate Recap: Warren Won This Round

Live coverage of Monday night's debate between Scott Brown and Elizabeth in the race for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts.

Jay Z Supports Obama But Wants Smaller Government and Less Political Gridlock

If top Obama supporter Jay-Z is requesting less government and politics, it's about time for everyone to come together and turn the politics off and get down to life and business.

Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: Real Clear Politics Polls, History, Show That Romney Can Still Win

President Obama may currently be leading in the polls, but history proves that Mitt Romney can still win the 2012 election.

Stephen Colbert New Book Review: America Again: Rebecoming the Greatness We Never Werent

Stephen Colbert's third book "America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't" hits shelves Oct. 2. Only Colbert can explain hydro-fracking via a fire farting dinosaur.

Maine GOP Silences Ron Paul Supporters and This Gary Johnson-Endorsed Candidate for Senate

Maine's Senate race is both odd and amusing, especially when you are in the middle of it. The constant whining between the three establishment candidates makes them sound like spoiled children.

I Absolutely Can't Vote For Mitt Romney Because He's A Guy Who Thinks He's Better Than the Rest of Us

Romney and Ryan may think they are what's best for Americans, but that's only because they don't really understand America.

Presidential Debate Schedule: In the Denver Debate Here Are the Top 5 Things Romney Should Say

As the first presidential debate approaches, Mitt Romney must use the time he has left before the election as wisely as he can. Here are the top five things he should do on Wednesday.

Warren Brown Debate Results: Brown Blunder Helps Warren Win Second Massachusetts Senate Debate

By naming Antonin Scalia as his model Supreme Court justice in his race for senate in liberal Massachusetts, Scott Brown just gave Elizabeth Warren's campaign plenty of ammunition.

Latest Presidential Polls: Romney Trails Obama, Especially on Foreign Policy

As our country struggles to identify our goals in the Middle East, any candidate would use this to effectively discuss foreign policy. Yet when the opportunity was presented, Romney squanders it.

Warren On Top in Mass Senate Debate as Brown Commits Huge Blunder

Thanks to a more aggressive performance from Elizabeth Warren, and a memorable blunder from Senator Scott Brown, Warren is in a good position to jump further ahead of the Republican incumbent.

War With Iran: Why What You Know about Nuclear Programs in Iran is Wrong

5 reasons why current debates about Iran's nuclear policy are completely misinformed and misguided.

Presidential Polls 2012: Obama and Romney in Dead Heat as First Debate Approaches

Just as predicted, President Obama’s lead evaporates as everyone switches their calendars over to October. The two contenders head into their first debate in a dead heat.

Resident Evil 6 Review: Why This May be the Beginning of the End for the Franchise

As the latest in the beloved franchise, "Resident Evil 6" was hotly anticipated. Unfortunately, it fails to deliver the chills and thrills fans have come to expect.

Obama vs Romney Debate: Romney Tax Plan is the Republicans Biggest Problem

President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney have their first presidential debate on Wednesday night. What is Romney's biggest problem going into the debates? There is one huge answer to that.

Immigration Reform: California Immigration Law is Step In Right Direction, But Ultimately Fails

Drivers licenses for illegal immigrants who will receive work visas is solid reform, but a much more radical approach is needed to address concerns over illegal immigration.

Once Upon a Time Season 2: Spoilers, Premiere, and Review

Once upon a time is here to remind us that sometimes fiction should serve as a relief to the troubles of everyday, rather than an enhancement upon them.

Skyfall Movie Review: Adele Song Brings James Bond to a Younger Crowd

The U.S. release of "Skyfall," the 23rd installment of the James Bond film series, is on October 23. And some changes suggest 007 is out to get a younger crowd.

New James Bond Movie Theme Song: How Adele Song Let the Sky Fall Ranks Among Other Bond Girl Music

Adele will be singing the theme song to the new James Bond movie "Skyfall." Snippets of "Let the Sky Fall" leaked online; listen to all the female singers who have sang "James Bond" theme songs.

Presidential Debates Schedule: The Case for a Romney Presidency and a Democratic Congress

Full schedule for the presidential debates. And, why swing voters who like Romney or Obama’s arguments should vote the Democrats into Congress and vote Romney for president.

Brown Warren Debate: Mass Senate Race Polls and the Desperation of the Boston Herald

Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown had their second debate Monday night in Lowell, and some conservatives will do anything to deny reality; especially this guy.

Warren Brown Debate Results: Elizabeth Warren Wins Monday Night Mass Senate Debate

Massachusetts' Senate candidates Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown faced off at a debate on Monday night. Thanks to Brown's lack of commitment, the evening had a clear winner.

Virginia Abortion Clinics Shut Down: How West Virginia Mirrors Its Anti Choice Stance

Virginia recently made headlines by shutting down its abortion clinics; while West Virginia has not done the same, many of its prominent politicians are strongly anti-choice.

Obama vs Romney: The One Message Mitt Could Use to Actually Win Election 2012

Mitt Romney has gaffed, blundered, and stumbled his way through the 2012 presidential election so far. Though he's down, he's not out. Here's what he can do to defeat Barack Obama in November.

Oscars 2013 Host: Seth MacFarlane Hopes to Bring Family Guy Humor to the Academy

"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane will host the 85th Academy Awards in February 2013. After his SNL debut MacFarlane proved his hosting chops.

BofA Merrill Lynch Acquisition: Lawsuit Settled, But Little Interest Anymore

BofA will pay $2.43 billion to its shareholders who claimed that the bank “made false or misleading statements about both companies’ financial health.”

Georgia Personhood Amendment: War on Women Continues Over Abortion Rights

The controversy over abortion clinics may be bad in Virginia, but in May, two clinics were the target of arson in Georgia. What does that say about abortion rights in the peach state?

Armenia Ruling Party Threatens Election Rival, Independent Media Outlet

Accusations of money laundering against a former Armenian foreign minister reveal that the country is trying to shut down an NGO aimed at improving civil society in Armenia.

Agriculture Reform in Africa: In a Gambian Village, Learning From a Local Champion

Village-level agriculture initiatives may seem small, but just imagine their potential if we connect their leaders to international networks.