The search for John Boehner's House Speaker successor continues with Paul Ryan as the front-runner.
Hardcore right-wing bloggers question whether Paul Ryan is conservative enough to be House Speaker.
Viola Davis makes Emmy history, and Islamophobia goes unchallenged at a Donald Trump rally.
Senator Ted Cruz offers to lend his voice to one of America's most beloved television series.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly defends the network against President Obama and left-leaning naysayers.
Fox News pundits decry President Obama's use of the N-word in his interview with Marc Maron.
The panelists discuss President Obama's use of the N-word on the podcast "WTF with Marc Maron."
Pete Hegseth of "Fox & Friends" accidentally throws an ax at the drummer of a marching band.
Hillary Clinton shares her competitive edge over the other presidential hopefuls.
A Florida man pulls off a not-so-secret operation to fly onto the Capitol lawn in a gyrocopter.
Not all podcasts are Peabody Award-worthy masterworks like "Serial."
Andrea Tantaros responds to President Obama's commentary about Christian kindness.
The Chevy Malibu narcs on teen drivers, and Chris helps bring back "The X-Files."
Is a young vlogger crying about One Direction's new music video or Justin Bieber's mistreatment?
An aide zones out while Rep. Chuck Fleischmann addresses Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy.
Greg Hahn asks Matt Fulchiron about his comedy career in a very brief interview.
Jimmy the Groundhog arrives in Sun Prairie, WI, to deliver his weather prediction.
Ilana learns the full extent of Abbi's obsession with Bed Bath & Beyond.
Sony pulls "The Interview" amid terrorist threats, and NPR inspires white people to solve crimes.
Sarah Koenig discusses "Serial," her podcast that investigates a Baltimore murder case from 1999.