Ted Stevens didn't realize some of those Internet tubes connect to the Justice Department.
Robert Novak's hit-and-run reflects the blackness of his soul.
President Bush and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke have different opinions on the economy.
There are now one million people on the terrorist watch list, but it's a tightly managed list.
Mars may have the white stuff.
The first gay marriage takes place in California thanks to a ruling by the state Supreme Court.
Barack Obama is intent on enslaving the white race.
"Entertainment Tonight" falsely reports on the birth of Angelina Jolie's twins.
Barack Obama becomes the presumptive Democratic nominee for president.
Barack Obama's health records reveal he is in excellent health.
The Clintons address the biwingual conspiracy against them.
"Awesome" is now a presidential word.
The Republicans launch a new slogan and ad campaign.
President Bush thinks playing golf during a war sends the wrong message.
John McCain declares himself to be global warming's worst nightmare.
Aasif Mandvi reports on the media and how they're coping with high gas price stories.
Vladimir Putin turns the reins over to his former top aid Dmitry Medvedev.
Justice Antonin Scalia states The Daily Show is childish -- after all Jon has done to defend Scalia's junk.
John Oliver does not draw a parallel between Jenna Bush's wedding and the Iraq war.
The "Today Show" takes a spin around the old dungeon.