"Thank you Hugh Hefner for being a defender of civil rights, a champion of free speech, and of course, all the boners."
Politicians, celebrities, veterans, and families expressed their support by taking a knee for football players' constitutional right to protest.
As polling continues to show that some young voters aren't uniformly behind Clinton, some senior Democrats and progressive activists are stressed — and many have ideas about what will bring these voters to the polls.
"We are absolutely accountable to making sure that we are as richly represented as we can be."
On the eve of the Illinois primary, Clinton visited a memorial for hundreds of children in the city where Mayor Emanuel, a supporter, has become a major point of controversy.
South Carolina officials are responding to the "troubling" video of officer Ben Fields responding to a Spring Valley High School classroom.
"We support the efforts ... of Reverend Jackson to bring Kenneth Bae home. So again we want him to come home, the North Koreans should release him," a State Department spokeswoman says.
You took back the night, wrote papers on a Mac Plus, and worshipped Madonna.
Dante de Blasio's bountiful fro has been a rare flash point in an otherwise drama-free New York City mayoral campaign, bringing the hairstyle's cultural trajectory from revolutionary to mundane and now back again.
Up's Steve Kornacki unloaded a Sunday morning op-ed against Anthony Weiner's comeback sans the former congressman's Twitter scandal.
Yesterday Fox News confirmed that Jesse Jackson used the N-word during his diatribe on Obama. The ladies of "The View" discuss.
Nas responds to Jesse Jackson's comments on Obama's nuts.