Surprisingly little grandstanding. Blame Roger Goodell!
Art by Andrea Hickey
Rep. Pete King shows up for an old friend facing charges.
Senator Jim Inhofe likes Chuck Hagel, but...
"We were surprised to learn through a number of you yesterday that Mallory Factor had sent an email to you announcing another similar sounding meeting in the same venue."
The union representing striking school bus drivers in New York City today began airing an ad with images of wrecked school buses. The first one is, for no evident reason, a scene from Hurricane Katrina.
The Church of Scientology and The Atlantic. "I feel like we are fellow Thetans."
President Obama's aides are circulating these talking points Monday morning in support of John Brennan, the chief White House counterterrorism advisor, who is expected to be named CIA director.
Uniting the Tea Party. "Who's the King David?"
Here's the White House's spin on the deal to resolve the fiscal cliff, which has support of Congressional leaders, but opposition from both liberal and conservative wings. Also: Saved America from higher milk prices.
A dangerous moment for the Secretary of State. Confidence in a "full recovery."
We rounded up some of our favorite political stories at BuzzFeed this year. ICYMI.
Holiday celebrations don't really begin until a politician is arrested and charged with DUI.
Internal tensions erupt. Loesch seeks $75,000 and her walking papers in a federal lawsuit, below.
The New York Senator writes that he realized a total gun ban was a mistake when he went hunting in Nebraska with Senator Ben Nelson in 2009. Here's a picture of that historic moment.
Caught in Spiderman's web outside the Oval Office.
The gun group breaks its silence. "We were shocked, saddened, and heartbroken."
Cerberus' move is the clearest sign yet that this time is different. The firm didn't want to be "drawn into the national debate."
The dictatorship, which has nuclear weapons, tested a ballistic missile Tuesday night. AFP's John Saeki's chilling graphic shows not just China and Japan, but countries as far as the Philippines and beyond, within range.
The online futures site, popular during the presidential campaign, shuts its doors in response to a federal lawsuit.