By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency, will give classified details of terrorist plots foiled with the help of the National Security Agency's broad data gathering about Americans' phone calls and online communications when he delivers rare open testimony to the House intelligence committee Tuesday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said that the Republican Party needed to pass more pro-immigrant policies — and quickly, because the GOP was facing a "demographic death spiral."
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.
We've seen this act before, so many times that Father's Day wouldn't be the same without watching Phil Mickelson find a way to lose the U.S. Open.
Chicago's 4-3 triple-overtime win over Boston attracted the most TV viewers for an opening game of the Stanley Cup finals in 16 years.
A medical helicopter crashed during takeoff at a southeastern Oklahoma hospital, leaving one dead and three injured.
A daughter who refused to give up on finding her father's killer finally is finding justice, 27 years later.
Hearkening back to his presidential campaigns and to his first few days in office, President Obama on Monday called on Congress to enact laws ensuring women and men are paid equally for the same work.
A man who tried to commit suicide outside the NBC "Today" studios at Rockefeller Center during the show's Thursday broadcast was distraught over a $1.3 million bill from the Internal Revenue Service, authorities said.
Nestle, Mars and Hershey operations in Canada have been charged with conspiracy in a chocolate price-fixing investigation — which could mean significant fines and jail time for those charged, investigators said.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder made clear in a Wednesday evening television interview that he's not resigning from office any time soon.
The actor John Krasinski says life has been "really weird" and difficult after the popular NBC show "The Office" wrapped up last month.
Police say a man tried to kill himself with a knife Thursday right outside the Rockefeller Center studios of the morning NBC "Today" show while cameras captured part of the scene.
Turner Sports said Wednesday that Keith Olbermann will team with Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley on its studio show during the baseball playoffs this October. It’s a familiar role and corporate home for Olbermann, who hosted baseball postseason shows on NBC and Fox in the late 1990s and began his on-air career as a sports reporter for CNN, another Turner network.
Keith Olbermann is coming back to television — but not for the politics.