• The Paris Hilton Tax Lives!
    June 8, 9:17 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    The House Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act of 2005 has just been stalled in the Senate, 57-41, falling three votes short of the 60 needed to bring the measure up for an... | More »

  • Ding Dong, Zarqawi's Dead
    June 8, 12:09 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Good news from Iraq. | More »

  • I Predict a Lawsuit: Kaiser Chiefs Singer Saves Himself With Karate Jump
    June 8, 10:29 AM ET

    Kaiser Chiefs' lead singer Ricky Wilson's stage moves may have saved his life. According to the NME, Wilson was walking home after attending a Hard-Fi show a... | More »

  • Ann Coulter: Insult Comic
    June 8, 12:00 AM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Ann Coulter has taken her incredibly dark, reactionary comedy to new heights with this 9/11 widows bashing routine. She's abandoned all pretense of genuine outrag... | More »

  • Barry Manilow Employed to Harass Teens
    June 7, 3:28 PM ET

    This week Australian officials attempted to rid a Sydney shopping center of lounging teenagers by cranking Barry Manilow tunes where the hapless teens were loitering. ... | More »

  • Open Thread: Gay Marriage Ban Fails
    June 7, 11:58 AM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    The Senate deadlocked on Bush's anti-gay marriage ammendment 49-48. That's only 1 vote better than in 2004, when the measure was similarly tabled by a 48-50 ... | More »

  • Thou Shall Not Win
    June 7, 11:55 AM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Christianist "10 Commandments" Judge Roy Moore has lost his primary campaign to represent the Republican Party in the race for Alabama governor. | More »

  • Open Thread: "Sex & Scandal at Duke"
    June 7, 12:00 AM ET

    In the June 15, 2006 issue of ROLLING STONE, Janet Reitman writes about the Duke case and sexual politics on campus. Take a look and share your thoughts below. | More »

  • The Voice of Voting Reform
    June 6, 3:29 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    2004 Election Interview: The Rev. DeForest Soaries Republican DeForest Soaries served as the first chair of the federal Election Assistance Commission, set up in the ... | More »

  • Blackwell Amok: More Dirty Tricks in Ohio
    June 6, 1:48 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell —now the Republican candidate for governor —is up to his dirty tricks again, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The article ... | More »

  • Ohio 2004: The Howard Dean Interview
    June 5, 1:17 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Rolling Stone: How confident are you Ohio in 2004 was fairly decided? Howard Dean: I'm not confident that the election in Ohio was fairly decided. We did our own... | More »

  • Ohio 2004: The Jesse Jackson Interview
    June 2, 4:49 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    National Affairs Daily recently interviewed the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who has contested the validity of the 2004 presidential contest in Ohio from the get go. Below are... | More »

  • Tom Noe: Bush "Friend" Admits Laundering Money to 2004 Campaign
    June 2, 4:34 PM ET
    | Tim Dickinson

    Just before the 2004 election in Ohio, George Bush singled out his "friend," the "grassroots activist" Tom Noe for his "leadership in Lucas County." Noe was a Bush Pi... | More »

  • Open Thread: "Was the 2004 Election Stolen?"
    June 2, 9:55 AM ET

    In the June 15, 2006 issue of ROLLING STONE, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. considers this question: Did Bush steal the 2004 election? We've posted Kennedy's piece wi... | More »

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