Did you visit The Drudge Report yesterday to get the latest breaking news on the Obamacare decision? We were mainly focused on CNN (big mistake) but if you stopped by Matt Drudge's breaking news site, you were not alone.
CNN and Fox News screwed up royally yesterday, initially reporting that the individual mandate had been struck down by the Supreme Court when in fact the exact opposite happened. Sure, that's embarrassing, but who should be more embarrassed?
Did you know that Salekhard, Russia—a tundra-locked industrial town in the country's extreme north—is fast becoming the center of the economic universe? At least according to one very technical measure provided by McKinsey & Company.
Bummed that the New York State Senate isn't as down with reefer as Gov. Mario Cuomo, Jon Stewart looked across the Hudson on The Daily Show las night to see if he could find his marijuana fix in the Garden State.
What do Solyndra, the BP oil spill, leaks to The New York Times, and now Fast and Furious all have in common? As Jon Stewart notes on last night's Daily Show, they're all Obama's personal Watergates, at least as far as Fox News is concerned.
Following reports of Memorial Day weekend murders and violence during regular weekends in the Windy City, it really comes as no surprise to read in The New York Times that Chicago is having a terrible 2012, as far as its murder rate goes.
You know President Obama is on the wrong side of an issue when Jon Stewart he starts comparing him to his predecessor.
As The Atlantic Wire's Connor Simpson explained, Ann Curry's exit from The Today Show can be explained by her lack of chemistry with co-host Matt Lauer.
Like Jon Stewart on The Daily Show last night, we were a little disheartened to see CNN and MSNBC skip real coverage of the G20 summit in order to focus on the "chilly" body language between Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has been the subject of numerous pieces investigative journalism, a popular and Oscar-nominate documentary, a slew of YouTube videos of flaming faucets, and even a Mark Ruffalo-led awareness campaign... and still, most of us don't even know what the hell it is.
Jon Stewart finds that Sean Hannity's show selectively edited footage of Obama saying that "it's just not true" that he can pass comprehensive immigration reform by myself, cutting the clip just before Obama details the steps he can take to do it.
Wikipedia and its gigabytes of data, when analyzed properly, can give you a pretty comprehensive visual overview of the history of world since 1800.
Last week, it was reported that Mitt Romney raised more money in May than Barack Obama. This has Jon Stewart a little worried for the president.
By donating $10 million to a pro-Romney Super PAC today, the right's favorite money man, casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, brought himself a little closer to making good on his boast of possibly contributing $100 million to the GOP cause in 2012.
"We at The Daily Show, we poke a decent amount of fun at politicians," Jon Stewart said starting off yesterday's show. "But every now and then a politician comes along who is just truly terrible, and really deserving of more scorn than even we can dole out in our nightly 22-minute-and-30-second wiseass-athon."
With too many blunders to even remember from the Mitt Romney campaign it's about time a big one was pulled by sitting president.
Bouncing checks is a big business. How big? Courtesy Pew Charitable Trust's update on hidden risks of having a checking account, Americans spent $29.5 billion in overdraft fees alone in 2011.
Jon Stewart, ever observant of cable news networks' antics, has seen this game of asking what parts of the presidential candidates' lives are "fair game" for the other side to attack before.