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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise confirmed that he spoke at a convention for a group backed by former Ku Klux Klan member David Duke.
Seth Rogen and James Franco might hit the big screen yet, this in the halls of Congress when they screen 'The Interview.'
Bill Maher closed off the latest episode of 'Real Time' by complaining about ageism, youth culture, and big butt obsession.
Here's a reminder that many of the people who make laws that govern our society or either idiots, whores to lobbyists, or both.
The Internet is great, the Internet is awful.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal is counting his lucky stars after this close encounter with a speeding metro train.
We've all watched Seth Rogen testify before the Senate about Alzheimer’s research, but what we didn't realize was no Senators stuck around.
"Yes, I’m aware this has nothing to do with the legalization of marijuana." Seth Rogen testifies before a Senate committee on Alzheimer's Research.
American Idol's second season runner-up, Clay Aiken, will run for Congress in North Carolina. This is a real story.
Last night The Daily Show broke protocol and led with two top stories of equal importance.
These members of congress really must've pissed someone off to get these mean tweets. Or maybe they just woke up this morning?
With Congress not giving in to their give in to their penchant for f*ck-uppery. The Daily Show went all in last night.
$1.2 trillion in student loan debt is creating big profits for the government and big pains for students.
New legislation aims to loosen the vice grip on media distribution while providing freedom of choice to consumers.
Hell > Nickelback > Congress.
According to Public Policy Polling, more Americans like having hemorrhoids than they like Congress. Sounds about right.
I'll leave the lesson to him but it involves both Time Warner Cable and X-Men so now I get it.
The fiscal cliff receives the always absurd and entertaining Taiwanese animation treatment.