This won't do anything to quell Rush Limbaugh's outsize ego: Pope Francis, the most powerful Catholic on the planet, has responded to charges he is a Marxist.
Rather than court controversy ahead of a re-election run, the Obama administration delayed work on environmental and health-related policies, according to The Washington Post.
We hate Santacon, we hate Santacon, right down to its Santacon lane, which in New York wound its way through the East Village and the Lower East Side before ending in Brooklyn and, invariably, vomit.
Binge is not a particularly positive word – binge eating and binge drinking come to mind as just a few poor applications of the term. But with a new survey, Netflix is embracing what everybody sort of knew, deep-down: binge-watching is A-OK.
Beyoncé's Internet-breaking album release on Thursday night was as stunning as it was remarkable: in a day and age where leaks are king, how did no one, not even the industry's closest watchers, know that this was even coming down the pipeline?
As if yet another tragic death at one of its work sites wasn't enough, Brazil's 2014 World Cup organizers have another issue to contend with: a work stoppage on the stadium in Curitiba, according to the Associated Press.
Google announced late Friday night that it has purchased a robotics firm that builds machines featuring lifelike movement that you shouldn't watch videos of, say, late on a Friday night.
After cancelling his Friday flight and suggesting he was snubbed from his close friend Nelson Mandela's funeral by the government, Archbishop Desmond Tutu has changed his mind, saying he will indeed attend the ceremony.
In what sounds like a high-stakes game of naval chicken, an American missile cruiser narrowly dodged China's first-ever aircraft carrier in the South China Sea.
NSA officials say they're missing some pep in their step after the American public learned about the agency's proclivities for spying on them without telling them, The Washington Post reports, and they blame President Obama.
Welcome to the Box Office Report, where we've decided that Disney movies can only be improved by the opportunity to awkwardly sit next to your parents as you watch Matthew McConaughey enjoy a rodeo stall threesome.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh has dropped yet another bombshell allegation: that President Obama was not being honest to the American people when he blamed Bashar al-Assad for a sarin-gas attack in Syria.
The big news this week was the passing of Nelson Mandela, and the remembrances didn't stop as the Sunday talk show circuit lined up guest to remember a man who has largely been hailed as a hero, despite his complicated history with the United States.
Republican senator Rand Paul took to the airwaves to make his second public comment in three days about his aspirations for the presidency.
A rough year for JP Morgan gets rougher with new revelations that the bank's "Sons and Daughters" program was linked to netting business deals in China's booming market, according to The New York Times.
Just when you thought things were finally starting to look up for the much-maligned rollout of Healthcare.gov comes this revelation: between October and November, as many as one in four applications to insurance providers have errors that were caused by the website.
There is a way that one expects visits with jailed criminals to go: typically, there's guilt, contrition, the accepting of responsibility. Not so with Bernie Madoff, serving 150 years, the executor of the world's most famous Ponzi scheme.
For the second time in as many days, President Barack Obama let out the rhetorical equivalent of an exasperated sigh in regards to the blockage of his legislative agenda in Congress, this time while discussing Iran.
Rebecca Black, thrust into viral fame at 12 with a widely derided music video "Friday," has returned to the cultural zeitgeist with a sequel track. And yes, of course it is named "Saturday."