The veep is starting to sound like a man who is running for office. And his hawkish resolve stands in stark contrast to the tone of his boss, who said we can “shrink” ISIS to a “manageable problem.”
Task Force Black is ISIS worst fear, a comprised unit of Seal Team 6, Delta Force and Britain’s Special Air Service. The team is being charged with “cutting the head off the snake” of the Islamic State.
Both Democrats and Republicans say they are connected to the people. Is that true? We looked at the home values of both parties to find out.
Governor Rick Perry of Texas has been booked on abuse of power charges. He has denied the charges against him. See his mugshot here, released by Travis County Sheriff’s Office.
James Foley, the American journalist held captive since 2012 by terrorists, has been beheaded in a video released to YouTube by the Islamic State.
90-year-old Hedy Epstein is in the news due to her heroic arrest in St. Louis, where she was protesting the Michael Brown shooting, but she’s had a pretty interesting life before too.
Melissa Mark-Viverito announced on Twitter that she has high-risk HPV. She is a City Council Speaker in New York City.
James Jeffords, a former Republican senator from Vermont, has died at the age of 80. Jeffords tipped the scales against the GOP in 2001 when he left the party.
Chuck Todd is about to step into the anchor’s chair on Meet the Press, but he’s not new at all to the spotlight. Here’s a look back at his career in photos.
According to his wife, Robin Williams had just been diagnosed as having Parkinson’s disease and it was something he wasn’t ready to share. There are many celebrities and politicians who have gone on to live full lives while battling the condition.
David Gregory is out and political junkie Chuck Todd is in as anchor of NBC’s Meet the Press.
Gia Arnold is a 24-year-old, mother-of-three, who dropped out of the New York Senate after admitting to an affair.
Here are the shocking images from the plane crash site that killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos.
Eduardo Campos, a Brazilian presidential candidate, died in a plane crash Santos, Brazil. He was a candidate for the Brazilian Socialist Party.