Jul 22, 2014 5:22pm

‘NSA in da House’: State Dept. Doesn’t Object

German artist Oliver Bienkowski probably wasn’t seeking the U.S. government’s approval when he projected onto the U.S. embassy in Berlin, early last Saturday, the words “NSA in da House” beside a peace sign and an image of President Obama wearing a backwards baseball cap. But… Read More »

By Caleb Jackson

Jul 22, 2014 5:08pm

The Terminator and Chuck Schumer Have Found Something to Agree on

Seems like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former movie star and Republican governor of California, and Chuck Schumer, the long-time Democratic senator from New York, wouldn’t have much in common. Turns out, they both see eye to eye on at least one issue: Open primaries. Schwarzenegger publicly… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 3:38pm

Joe Biden’s DJ Nephew Is Taking the Music Industry by Storm

There’s an up-and-coming D.J. on the New York scene. He spins at Montauk hotspot the Surf Lodge, Hamptons parties hosted by club promoter Ronnie Flynn, and “Saturday Night Live” after-parties. Oh, and his uncle happens to be the vice president. Jamie Biden, 32, is taking… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 2:24pm

Apollo 11 Astronauts at the White House: Then and Now

Legendary moonwalker Buzz Aldrin may have been “out of town” when the world celebrated Apollo 11′s lunar landing, but he marked the anniversary today with a presidential handshake and a meeting in the Oval Office — the same spot from whence President Nixon made that… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 2:18pm

Pre-Teens Account for Sharpest Spike in Unaccompanied Child Migrants

Children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without parents are increasingly younger, according to newly released figures by the Pew Research Center. Sixteen percent of the minors who’ve crossed illegally and unaccompanied in fiscal year 2014, ending Sept. 30, were 12 and younger, compared with 9 percent… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 2:06pm

How Georgia Senate Runoff Turned Into Battle of the Babies

Georgia’s Republican Senate runoff has become infantile. The campaign has crawled to an end  with  a U.S. Chamber of Commerce ad claiming that candidate David Perdue is “crying like a baby.” Republican voters will choose today between Perdue and Rep. Jack Kingston. Babies have been… Read More »

By Noah Weiland

Jul 22, 2014 11:55am

Six Top Democrats Who Aren’t So Ready For Hillary

Hillary Clinton has remained coy on her potential presidential candidacy in 2016, but that hasn’t stopped Democrats from endorsing her. The Ready For Hillary Super PAC has been in full swing organizing Clinton supporters, and in January 60 congressmen said they would endorse her if… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 11:18am

John Kerry: Egyptian Cease-Fire Plan Still Workable

CAIRO, Egypt – Secretary of State John Kerry said his first full day of meetings here to discuss a resolution to the Israeli-Hamas violence was “constructive” but there were no immediate signs of any progress towards a cease-fire. As he has for the past few… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 8:59am

Georgia On Our Minds

By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES TIME TO PICK A CANDIDATE: Two months of Republican-on-Republican badmouthing will finally come to an end in Georgia tonight, according to ABC’s CHRIS GOOD. Either Rep. Jack Kingston or former Dollar General CEO David Perdue will become the GOP candidate… Read More »

Jul 22, 2014 5:30am

New Alison Lundergan Grimes Ad Hits Mitch McConnell on ‘Not My Job’ Comment

Alison Lundergan Grimes is out with a new television ad  hitting her opponent, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on comments he made about his role in  job creation in April. ABC News got a sneak peak of Grimes’ second television ad featuring Kentuckians asking questions to… Read More »