The media is not allowed to attend the meeting where President Obama receives an award for transparency.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) The Transocean executives responsible for the worst oil spill in U.S. history pat themselves on the back for an exemplary safety record.
Eric Cantor's extra-constitutional budget plan gives Louie Gohmert a chance to be sane and Democrats a chance to be dicks.
Muammar al-Gaddafi might transfer power to his son, and women lead the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia
Geraldo Rivera places himself in the middle of a firefight in Libya and barks orders at armed revolutionaries.
Mike Huckabee addresses the bias against conservatives and the misinterpretation of church and state.
Jon warns of impending doom in a melodramatic way, signified by changes in seating, lighting and camera angles.
Jon doesn't want to live in an America where Charles Manson tells our children what to watch on television.
Maybe Glenn Beck started to believe his own messianic delusions and became a giant pain in the ass.
President Obama has been reluctant to reveal his long-form birth certificate because he is Mayan.
A Tea Party activist doesn't want to shut the government down -- he's just making a point.
Congress prevents a government shutdown with mundane, pragmatic agreement, and the media examines fiscal policy in multiple-choice form.
Jon Kyl claims that abortion services account for 90% of Planned Parenthood procedures, but it's not to be taken as fact.
The lie facts about Planned Parenthood's abortion statistics stack up very strongly in Jon Kyl's favor.
Paul Ryan's plan to reduce the deficit is everything the Republicans hated about Obamacare, plus a $750 billion cut to Medicaid.
Paul Ryan makes a video to explain his debt reduction plan, with a production value that makes the Democrats look bad.
Mitt Romney's Republican presidential candidacy announcement looks like an erectile dysfunction ad.
Deval Patrick explains the success of education and health care reform in Massachusetts.
Donald Trump pays birth certificate researchers in Hawaii, Michele Bachmann takes Obama at his word, and Bill O'Reilly turns into a liberal.
President Obama keeps it real by announcing more spending reductions in the tax code.
Republicans take issue with Obama's tone, and Rip Van Biden prepares for his role in the budget talks.
John Oliver tries to understand how a liberal vegan ventriloquist has found success in a blue-collar district of Ohio.
Donald Trump may be leading the GOP field in the polls, but early numbers are completely and totally meaningless.