With the Obama administration engulfed in a conservative-dreamt perfect trifecta of scandals — Benghazi, IRS and the AP — the nation's attention is focused not on which policies (or lack thereof) led to these allegations, but on who will come out defeated and humiliated on the other end once We the People have the next chance to cast our judgment from the voting booth. And, while Republicans are going the extra mile to cast the Obama administration as lying or incompetent, or both (not to damage the current president but to diminish former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's chances in 2016), politics aficionados on both sides of the aisle are using Benghazi to plot the potential outcome of the next presidential election: Will she run? And if so, will she be able to defeat Republicans Marco Rubio, Chris Christie and/or Paul Ryan? More importantly, who will be the other Democrats who will dare to challenge the popular former senator and Secretary of State (and what would their strategy be)? This brilliant BuzzFeed GIF previews some of those answers. Let the games begin!
Iranian officials say they have successfully hacked the Central Intelligence Agency drone that the United States lost possession of nearly two years ago near the city of Kashmar. Hossein Salami, the lieutenant commander general of Iran’s Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution, told the country’s Fars news agency that analysts have finally cracked […]
After a bitterly contentious hearing and drama surrounding the near-death of their son, Usher showed an unbelievably classy move in court Friday — hugging his ex-wife Tameka after the judge dismissed her request for primary custody. Pretty shocking … especially considering the painfully awkward silence that preceded the hearing. Tameka filed an emergency request […]
The Home Office has suspended English-language tests run by a major company after a TV investigation claimed Britain’s student visa system is riddled with fraud. BBC1’s Panorama programme said it had found blatant, routine cheating in government-approved exams and a thriving market in false documents enabling people to stay in Britain illegally. Researchers found that, […]