Illinois Governor Pat Quinn ate a spoonful of cinnamon while on the air.
The U.S. has told the Israelis that it won’t take part in an attack on Iran.
Britain is drawing up plans for a second Falklands War.
Denver quarterback Tim Tebow said he might pursue politics at some point.
Rick Santorum said that same-sex marriages shouldn’t be allowed because they aren’t beneficial to society.
The birthers are back. A majority of Republicans believe that Barack Obama was not born in the United States.
Mitt Romney is trying to say as little as possible when not doing his standard campaign speeches so as to avoid gaffes.
Thirteen states are thinking of making their own currencies.
Thirty-three members of Congress have directed more than $300 million in earmarks to dozens of public projects that are next to or within about two miles of the lawmakers’ own property.
The Kansas legislature is taking up a broad anti-abortion bill that includes exempting doctors from malpractice if they withhold medical information that would lead to an abortion.
49% of Americans are prepared to go to war to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons.