Whether you deemed her Grammy performance an expression of modern feminism or merely offensive, superstar Beyoncé has established herself as a major figure on America’s cultural landscape.
Dom Giordano talked with Reince Priebus, the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, on Wednesday to gauge his reaction to President Obama’s State of the Union Address.
Morici, a Professor of International Business at the University of Maryland, said he expects the President will be able to pass a raise in the minimum wage because “there is a lot of sentiment in the country that $7.25 an hour is too low.”
A new study suggests that Facebook engagement could replace traditional polls when it comes to predicting the outcome of an election.
Chris Stigall spoke with CBS News Reporter Sharyl Attkisson on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT to ask her why other political scandals, like the story involving members of Chris Christie’s staff causing traffic delays on the George Washington Bridge, garner more media attention than others.
Chris Stigall talked to comedian and talk show host Dennis Miller about Jimmy Fallon taking over the Tonight Show from Jay Leno.
At a Philadelphia forum, eight Democratic gubernatorial candidates agree with each other but go after the man who wasn’t there.
A record number of Americans are identifying politically as “Independents”…and a record low number say they’re Republicans.
Just 37% of those surveyed approve of the job President Obama is doing, while 57% disapprove.
In Somerton, where DA candidate Daniel Alvarez popped in to vote, there were voting machine problems.
For New Jerseyans, October 16th is the United States Senate special election. Here’s what you need to know.
A new poll shows New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has lost some ground in his race for re-election, but he still tops Democrat Barbara Buono by 20 points.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie continues to be a political favorite among Americans, and even remains hot among Democrats.
Every poll suggests that Americans are fed up with divisive government, but, in the summer of 2013, there appears to be a thaw.
The political divide in the U.S. has created gridlock in the nation’s capital, with immigration reform and the sequester among the matters stuck. But there is a glimmer of a movement to find compromise.