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December 15, 2010

Courtesy of the blog Bad Rachel, written by a woman I couldn't love more if she weren't my own sister, comes this hilarious piece of...

The year’s most retweeted tweet on Twitter (sorry for that ridiculous string of words) was Stephen Colbert’s June 16 gag,"In honor of oil-soaked birds, 'tweets'...

The omnibus spending bill for fiscal year 2011, which Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid dropped on his colleagues yesterday, is more than 1,900 pages long,...

Reports about the alleged success of the Stuxnet virus setting back the Iranian nuclear program by two years have heartened friends of Israel who have...

Monday’s report in Roll Call about Linda McMahon’s interest in another crack at a U.S. Senate seat has broader implications than whether she will be...

According to Gallup: Americans' assessment of Congress has hit a new low, with 13% saying they approve of the way Congress is handling its job. The...

It’s getting harder to pick the most noteworthy headline among geopolitical events in East Asia. For the second time in two weeks, a high-ranking South...

Recently, Examiner.com (Seattle) reported that the King County health department in Washington State wants to ban “e-cigs” -- cigarette lookalikes that do not create smoke...

There’s something too meta about reading the headline “UK Judge Allows Tweets From Assange Court Hearing” as a tweet. There’s also something frustrating about it...

As is always the case, it seems, Time magazine's selection of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year is generating scorn...

Peter Wehner referred earlier this week to President Obama’s “cynical maneuvering” in arguing, prior to the passage of ObamaCare, that the penalty to enforce the...

Can Michael Steele actually win re-election as RNC chair? Chris Cilliza crunches the numbers and finds that the unpopular GOP official just doesn’t have the...