"Unlike the very stupid, highly incompetent people running our country into the ground, Mr. Trump knows when to walk away."
The things that come out of Trump's mouth shouldn't surprise us anymore. And yet somehow, he manages to find a way.
Murdoch stuck his foot in his mouth recently with a tweet that claimed Republican Ben Carson is blacker than President Barack Obama.
Strangely, none of Faulkner's Google Image results show her sporting a butterfly hairpiece, like the hamster.
Some law enforcement groups and right-wing commentators are blaming the Black Lives Matter movement for inspiring the execution-like killing of Deputy Darren H. Goforth.
Ann Coulter, a gay guy, and a black stand-up comedian walk into a gun range. Watch what happens next.
It was a three-ring circus and Donald Trump was the main attraction—just not in the way everyone thought he'd be.
Former sportscaster and one-time US Senate candidate Craig James claims the network fired him for his public statements against gay marriage.
Billy Graham's son is mad—real mad—about gay marriage.
With approximately 1,200 Republicans running for president, the 2016 primary debates will be a test of just how much crazy the GOP can stand.
Bill O'Reilly is a pestilence to reason, an objection to the concept of critical analysis. He is the spirit child of the segment of America that won't stand for nuance or patience.
A "terrorism expert" told Fox News that an English town was controlled by extremist Muslims, but Britain is a long, long way from becoming a sharia state.
In the week after the Senate released its report on the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics, Dick Cheney and other neocons were spinning their wheels to defend the torture program.
Rogue journalists, the Islamic State, the torture report, and all sorts of police misconduct make this week's list.
I attributed an anti-capitalist line from 19th-century economist Thorstein Veblen to the 28-year-old comedy auteur and writer, and in the process made the FOX News crowd furious.
Munayyer was shouted down on Fox News, leading to an internet spat involving Gaza and Russell Brand.
Are journalists at fault for failing to convince us just how horrible global warming will be? Denial and doubt can be tempting—even to those who cover this stuff for a living.
The Princeton student got annoyed at someone telling him to "check your privilege" and wrote an essay about his Holocaust-surviving grandparents. Then everyone got excited or mad, because this is the internet.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly, famous for being very attractive and saying stupid things, took to the air this week to refute a blog that suggested Santa Claus's whiteness is problematic and he should be replaced with a penguin in Christmas celebrations.
The Dutch version of America's Got Talent took their habit of mocking weirdos to a whole new level when one of the hosts chose to make fun of a Chinese contestant with a series of poorly timed, awkward racist jokes.
If today's minimum wage had kept pace with the rise in worker productivity since 1968, it would be $21.72, three times the present minimum. That's why about 200 fast-food workers from all over New York City walked off the job Monday, risking their wages f…
Some traditionalists are "pissed off" about "women not being women" now because decades ago, lazy men didn't have to worry about talented women taking their jobs. Now that women can dictate the terms of relationships and don't need to latch onto a man as
The future fogs of Fox News: "Earlier we reported that the GOP convention has been watched by two out of three Americans, moving millions of viewers to tears of joy. We may have confused this event with the 1983 series finale of 'M*A*S*H.' Blame the fog o…
I've taken the liberty of predicting what the blonde fembots and deceptively clean-cut nutjobs that parade through FOX News will say in the next 48 hours. I hope I'm wrong.