Standing by Colombia's Pacific shoreline a woman who prefers to remain nameless tells me about the horror that her hometown is experiencing. After she has made sure no-one can overhear us, she tells me
By Greg Sargent Greg Sargent Opinion writer covering national politics Email Bio Follow This may be the most extensive effort by an Obama administration official to account for the process behind the talking
CBS News anchor Scott Pelley on Friday scolded the news media for what he said has been “a bad few months for journalism.” “Our house is on fire,” Pelley told an audience at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.
Being the victim of a prank isn’t always fun. Sometimes you walk away and do your best not to be drawn in, but other times you happily join in the laughter. On a recent episode of “The Tonight Show,” couple
Benghazi move over, make room for IRS-gate. As if the Obama administration's conservative critics didn't have enough fodder with last year's attacks on a U.S. Consulate that killed four Americans, now
Russia withheld a crucial piece of information from the U.S. before the Boston bombings, U.S. officials say, bolstering a concern that distrust between the two governments erased an opportunity to avert