An art project in Baltimore that would bring murals to blighted neighborhoods is causing some controversy.
Trailed by controversy, President Barack Obama pressed ahead with efforts to boost Democrats Wednesday in Boston and Miami, raising questions about whether the second-term president will be more asset or liability to his party in the coming election season.
Brushing aside Senate panel queries into whether he might step down, Attorney General Eric Holder suggested he would only do so because of “fatigue,” or when he has accomplished his goals.
Launching his namesake company’s news division in the 1990s, Michael Bloomberg largely rejected long-held rules of the journalism trade that insist on keeping thick firewalls between reporters and the profit-making workings of their companies.
House Republicans insist the Obama administration is covering up information about last year’s deadly assault on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, rejecting administration assurances to the contrary and stoking a controversy with implications for the 2016 presidential race.
What’s in an inch? Apparently, enough missing meat, cheese and tomatoes to cause an uproar.
Ted Nugent said he was insulted by the cancellation of his planned concert at an Army post over his comments about President Obama.
Jon McNaughton, a controversial artist who often mixes religion and politics in his work has released a new painting.
The Republican Party chairman is asserting the controversy surrounding Herman Cain isn’t harming the party’s chances to defeat Barack Obama.