'Anti-establishment' MSNBC news anchor Keith Olbermann signed off for the last time, Friday.
Comedy Central has provided no details about the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert 'Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear.' But the park service permit lays out the schedule minute-by-minute.
NPR’s firing Juan Williams comes just as controversial figures connected to NPR and Fox News – philanthropist George Soros and commentator Glenn Beck– are in a harsh rhetorical fight.
Glenn Beck will hold a rally at the Lincoln Memorial, exactly 47 years to the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his 'I have a dream,' speech on that spot.
James O’Keefe and three others are accused of attempted phone tampering in an office for Sen. Mary Landrieu. Liberals are likening the incident to the Watergate break-in.
Anita Dunn and others have called Fox News a wing of the Republican Party and boycotted the network. Critics say Fox News is changing its ways.
Once firmly in the fringe, political conspiracy theories have become more mainstream in the past few decades, say some.
Protests against taxes and red ink are set for this weekend. Their potential to form a formidable national movement is unclear.
In the past, major media outlets have given antigovernment 'tea party' protests – like the ones held today – short shrift. Critics say it is because they are out of touch with America.