President Obama declared Wednesday that the United States had largely achieved its goals in Afghanistan, setting in motion a substantial withdrawal of American troops.
The Supreme Court has struck down a law forbidding drug manufacturers from using information about the prescription drugs doctors prescribe to tailor their sales pitches to physicians. The court also says makers of generic drugs cannot be held responsible for warning consumers of the dangers of their drugs on the package’s label when the brand-name equivalent doesn’t.
The schedule for this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, which takes place July 15-17 at Chicago’s Union Park, has now been revealed.
Two cycles dance in the
funniest gayest wreck of the year.
Roger Ebert was right.
Obama scheduled a fundraiser in New York City on Thursday for gay supporters—his first as president—just as the state Legislature maneuvered toward of a historic vote legalizing gay marriage.
Darryl Cunningham animates evolution.
Prince has fun being in Islamic countries.
Rolling Stone warns that, while Michele Bachmann may seem like a goofball, her presidential campaign is no laughing matter.
The new season of Futurama premieres tonight and the show’s writers have revealed six hidden jokes you probably missed.
The 2011 Miss USA contestants tell us whether evolution should be taught in school or not:
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