We had a lot of hopes for Scandal's fourth season yesterday. Somewhat surprisingly, the show did just about everything right.
Black-ish is no Cosby Show. If anything it's My Wife and Kids, the ABC show starring Damon Wayans that aired from 2001-2005.
“We were making the season ... We literally couldn’t fit it in to our schedules.”
Every time Chris Christie mentions the Boss, he's reminding us that his idol has mocked and refused to meet him more than once.
The billionaire, reality star and longtime possible candidate for a series of political jobs isn't quite sure how Congress works.
The Good Wife season 6 premiere started right where the finale left off, with Eli Gold asking Alicia Florrick if she'd consider running for District Attorney.
Reporter and medical marijuana business owner Charlo Greene lived out everyone's dramatic quitting fantasy last night, when she stormed off the set on live television.
A new ad from a Republican group argues that women have been in a long, unhappy relationship with a man who spies on them, lied about "being better" and doesn't care about their needs: President Obama.
No one told Miley Cyrus that it's not only rude, but literally illegal, to floss a fake plastic booty with the Mexican flag in Mexico.
Somehow Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has managed to convinces over a dozen esteemed big screen actors to play rape victims, cult leaders, delusional mothers and more. Here are the best Emmy-nominated roles.
The Kansas Supreme Court decided Thursday to take Chad Taylor — the Democratic nominee for Senate — off of this fall's ballot.
“If an N.F.L. player can lose his job because of domestic violence, then a federal judge should definitely not be allowed to keep his lifetime appointment to the federal bench,” Rep. Terri A. Sewell wrote in a statement.
About 7.3 million Americans have enrolled in and — this is key — paid for their health care insurance.
While America's leaders are pushing a "no" vote in Scotland on Thursday, North Korea is very interested in democracy abroad.
Today marks a potential, but unlikely, new chapter in Scotland's history.
New York Times writer Maureen Dowd has literally become the poster woman for responsible pot consumption, after a public awareness campaign turned her bad edibles trip into a cautionary tale.
StopHillary PAC, the group dedicated to smothering Hillary Clinton's unofficial presidential campaign in its crib, has released a new commercial demanding Clinton "break the silence" on Benghazi.
Each fellow will receive $625,000 over the next five years from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
It would have been nice to have a U.S. ambassador to Guatemala during the height of the child migrant crisis, but better late than never.
The good news for the country as a whole is that the poverty rate went down for the first time since 2007.