Washingtonian magazine is rather distressed that Barack Obama intends to live in a really spendy DC neighborhood after he's out of office. Shouldn't a former community organizer have to live in a tenement?
Republicans, who freaked out mightily over Ebola a couple years ago, are taking a far more laid-back approach to funding preparations for the Zika virus. We can't imagine why.
Washington State's primary Monday had two winners; Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Only one of them actually won any delegates, because Washington does things strangely.
Bernie Sanders is asking for a recanvass of last week's Kentucky primary, which seems like a good idea. Do birds count?
A Virginia middle-schooler was charged with larceny and suspended from school after a cop accused him of 'stealing' a 65-cent carton of milk that he was entitled to have as part of his free school lunch. Franz Kafka would be proud.
Yes, Virginia, there IS a federal investigation. But we have no idea what exactly is being investigated. It's Terry McAuliffe, there's always something.
America's top moral scold, Bill O'Reilly, is suing his ex-wife for $10 million, claiming she fraudulently misled the poor heartbroken teevee shouter into signing a separation agreement while she was boinking someone that was...
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday that the Constitution only allows racial bias in jury selection when it's a lot more subtle than that practiced by a Georgia prosecutor's office 29 years ago. The...
With James O'Keefe's botched attempt to infiltrate George Soros's Open Society Foundations, we learn (again) just what a shoddy amateur spy he is.
Take a look at this awesome InfoWars experimental film masquerading as a political ad for Libertarian presidential candidate John McAffee. Language is a virus from outer space!
President Obama signed a bill Friday updating federal law to eliminate obsolete racial terms like 'negro' and 'Oriental' from federal law. Rightwing reaction was as measured and thoughtful as you'd expect.
We got a whole lot of angry comments about Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and we have no idea why. OK, maybe some idea why.
Our weekly tour of the 2016 Senate races visits Georgia, where a political novice is running a longshot campaign to unseat a two-term Republican incumbent. Needless to say, it's a bit messier than that.
Wonkette is strangely in love with this tough-talking but oddly compassionate Louisiana cop. We're not sure he's really cut out to serve in Congress, but that's never stopped any candidate before.
Former Sen. Bob Bennett of Utah had a last wish, and that was to apologize to Muslims for Donald Trump and the bigotry that his party has built. Credit where it's due: he did the right thing.