By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A butcher shop in Seattle is turning heads with its marijuana and vodka-fed pork.
Lil Wayne's latest music video shows the best-selling rapper stomping an American flag that's stretched on the ground — and Twitter followers aren't happy.
An undercover video from conservative activist James O'Keefe shows corporate "Obama phone" distributors handing out the devices to even those who ask if they can be sold for drug money.
Hollywood icon Barbra Streisand, 71, brought her movie past to life this week during a trip to Jerusalem that left her outraged over the treatment of women by ultra-Orthodox Jews.
A Hollywood actor raised with what he described as blue-collar values that included working hard for one's own money has remained largely quiet about his conservative principles — until the day he heard Rep. Nancy Pelosi speak of the need to pass "Obamacare."
One of the show's hosts, Nick Cellini, took to Twitter to apologize while listeners on the station's Facebook page called for the hosts to be fired.
British police are investigating newspaper photos that show art collector Charles Saatchi with his hands around the throat of his wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson.
Kris Jenner says her daughter Kim Kardashian is thrilled to have a new baby.
Entertainer Barbra Streisand is attacking Jewish religious practices in Israel that treat women differently from men.
An Islamic cleric was sentenced to 11 years in prison for burning a Bible outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo during protests in September against an anti-Islam film.
The 25th annual World's Ugliest Dog contest has kicked off in California, and among the contenders: A creature named Icky with crazy wired fur and another called Boolah, with an oddly runaway tongue. The, um, winner takes home $1,500.
Media bias? What bias? Pro-gay marriage stories outnumbered anti-gay marriage stories by five-to-one in a new study of coverage of the debate released Monday by the Pew Research Center Project for Excellence in Journalism.
Our media-consumption habits have been growing into an "on-demand" lifestyle for a number of years now. We demand to have access to our favorite TV shows, whenever and wherever we want.
Political appointees at the Defense Department, the CIA and the White House brushed aside concerns from career officials about helping two Hollywood filmmakers research their 2012 movie about the top-secret Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden, according to a report from the Pentagon's inspector general.
It hardly gets more Orwellian than this. New technology would allow cable companies to peer directly into television watchers' homes and monitor viewing habits and reactions to product advertisements.