These films are dark, depraved, and deeply hilarious.
Welcome to the playhouse, Dave Brat.
Dave Brat pulled off a stunning upset Tuesday night when he defeated House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia’s Republican primary.
Despite dropping out of the secretary of state race and being charged in a federal indictment, state Sen. Leland Yee was receiving almost 10% of the vote.
Many people chose not to vote in Egypt’s presidential election. Others chose to dance.
A vote for Europe. And a Jewish candidate who outpolled the anti-Semites.
Early results show that Nigel Farage’s party is doing very well.
DIRTIER THAN HOUSE OF CARDS.
The U.S. was quick to denounce Monday’s news that Syria will hold presidential elections in June. “We think it’s absurd.”
Senate candidate Joni Ernst enters the Political Advertisement Hall Of Fame with her new video called, “Squeal.”
A U.S. state department official calls the idea “a farce.” Iran thinks otherwise.
You didn’t think Disney created Cruella de Vil themselves, did you?
Morris the cat wants change meow.
On the last day of the campaign, the style of the two candidates — Mark Sanford and Elizabeth Colbert Busch — could not be more different.
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Many of the attackers wore T-shirts bearing the image of the late president and were chanting pro-Chávez slogans, Associated Press reports.
The social network’s case study touts Romney’s Twitter presence as a model for future campaigns. There’s just one minor problem.
On Morning Joe, New York magazine’s John Heilemann argues that the current direction of the Republican party provides a Hispanic conservative with a national platform, like Texas Senator Ted Cruz, with a huge advantage in the 2016 race.
After almost a month of not mentioning his sister’s bid for Tim Scott’s House seat in South Carolina, the Colbert Report host unleashes the “Colbert Bump.”
This is the only gif from a throwback MSNBC promo starring Chuck Todd you need.
Can they have it all? Did they decide the presidential election? It’s been a confusing year for the large, diverse, yet frequently generalized-about group that is women.
Obama’s flirts with a trio of white guys for the top posts. “If he wants smooth sailing, send us [Michelle] Flournoy,” says a Senate Republican staffer.
Gun control legislation wasn’t a priority for Obama on the stump.
A rush to make up after a bitter election. “A tactical shift,” says an executive.
At Harvard, GOP staffers sit at Axelrod’s feet. “We weren’t even running in the same race.”
The famous fashion designer told a German newspaper that he woke up at 6 a.m. on the Wednesday after the election and sketched the president as “The Biggest Chef in the World” using makeup to color the illustration. “The subject was inspiring,” Lagerfeld shrugged.