President Obama was correct to criticize Sony, and by extension the theater owners and distributors, for caving in to threats so quickly. The consequences open up other American businesses to extortion that would be very hard to combat.
The first family is wiling away the holiday season in President Obama's native Hawaii. On the vacation docket: golf, snorkeling, and a 'quiet timeout.'
Although the high court declined to take up the constitutionality of same-sex marriage laws earlier this year, now there is a disagreement among federal appeals courts on the issue.
Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot by a gunman, who killed himself as fellow police officers closed in. Mayor DeBlasio may have bungled his relationship with the NYPD but that hardly makes him responsible for murder.
President Obama beat Mitt Romney in the Garden State by 18 points. Hillary Clinton leads Gov. Chris Christie in his home state by 10 points, but that's down from a 21-point lead in January.
There are several reasons Sony is now releasing 'The Interview' to independent theaters for Dec. 25. But one big one might be that 'The Interview' is now all-American.
Despite reports earlier this year that North Korea was 'on the verge of collapse,' the Kim regime has survived for another year and collapse seems unlikely.
Rep. Michael Grimm (R) of New York is expected to plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges of tax evasion. He could stay in Congress, but it doesn't look likely.
Young turk flamethrowers tend to mellow into old bulls of the Establishment. It's the way of Washington. It's also why to expect creeping pragmatism in the new Congress.
In the wake of the NYPD shootings this weekend, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says President Obama helped create an anti-police backlash.
A new poll shows that Hillary Clinton holds a shrinking lead over the Democratic field for the 2016 presidential race. But it is still huge and the drop isn't alarming.
Most Americans think that torture was justified in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks. The TV drama '24' debuted soon after those attacks and ran for eight seasons. But '24' also showed a cost to those who tortured others, even if the victims were bad guys.