New Yorkers couldn't be more satisfied that a United States special ops raid killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad.
Jon should express some ambivalence about the targeted killing of another human being, and yet he just wants details.
To Kill a Mockingturd - Reaction to Bin Laden's Death Aasif Mandvi expresses surprise, Sam Bee tries to flip Bin Laden's compound, John Oliver continues to cover the royal wedding, and Jason Jones looks forward to flying.
Philip K. Howard says government officials are shackled to a rusty 19th century legal infrastructure that doesn't allow them to make choices.
The Pakistani military could have caught Osama bin Laden with a rod and reel or a giant Acme magnet.
Pakistan just thought Jeff Goldblum had grown a beard and was burning trash at his summer retreat.
Pakistan takes great care of America's very sensitive helicopter by hiding it behind a room divider from West Elm.
Lisa P. Jackson explains that regulating mercury would prevent thousands of deaths and create jobs. Lisa P. Jackson calls Washington the fact-free zone regarding environmental protection in this unedited, extended interview.
Rachel Maddow thinks the media needs to be humble and not get too far ahead of the facts when reporting on the death of Osama bin Laden.
The death of Osama bin Laden seals President Obama's re-election in 2012 and affects stock prices.
The White House decides to airdrop the Bin Laden photo into an affluent Pakistani suburb so it won't be found for years.
David Barton claims that he doesn't emphasize Christianity when he determines school curriculum. Pt. 2 David Barton clarifies that he only made policy recommendations based on the Bible to groups of ministers.
Donald Trump wants America to honor traditional marriage, and Sarah Palin urges Barack Obama to release the Osama bin Laden photos.
Fox News introduces a few of the lesser-known candidates at the first Republican presidential debate.
Reporters wade into the surging Mississippi to establish a new weatherman-based system of flood height measurements.
Common's performance angers those who huff the heady mix of character assassination and manufactured outrage, known as Foxygen.
Newt Gingrich launches his state-of-the-art presidential campaign in a Sears photo studio with Casio accompaniment.
Disney requests a trademark for the name "SEAL Team 6," and the FCC approves the Comcast/NBC merger.
President Obama focuses on immigration reform just after flying to Pakistan and killing Osama bin Laden with his bare hands.
Al Madrigal believes illegal immigration provides America with a cheap labor force and self-esteem.
Newt Gingrich jeopardizes his presidential campaign by appealing to the moderate wing of the Republican Party.
Richard Beeman reads the 14th Amendment from his pocket Constitution to dispute David Barton's position on states' rights.
Sarah Palin drives her family around key primary states in a bus but refuses to declare whether she's running for president.
Samantha Bee insists that Sarah Palin's bus tour across America is a family vacation, not a political campaign.