Rick Santorum and a New York Times reporter have a spate.
Santorum went to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court as it took up the issue of the health care reform law.
South Korea warned that it might shoot down any North Korean rocket that strays into its territory, ahead of the North’s planned launch next month.
The Queen shows up at a British couple’s wedding after being invited.
A Norwegian government portal, where people could view their taxes, overloaded and logged people on incorrectly, allowing them to view other people’s financial information.
France will bar radical Imams from entering its country.
London mayoral contender Ken Livingstone’s comments to a group of Jewish Labor supporters – in which he implied that Jews are wealthy so would not vote for him – has resulted in a prominent Jewish journalist and group of Jewish Labor supporters vowing to not vote for him.
In New York, a taxpayer-funded group taught homeless how to squat on government property.
Tennessee moves ahead with its anti-saggy pants law that will also require female students to cover-up indecent sports bras.
The Obama administration approved guidelines that allow counterterrorism officials to lengthen the period of time they retain information about U.S. residents, even if they have no known connection to terrorism.
Barack Obama peering into North Korea with binoculars: “It is like you are in a time warp. It is like you are looking across 50 years into a country that has missed 40 years or 50 years of progress.”
Pennsylvania State Rep. Babette Josephs called pro-life women who support a bill that would have women watch an ultrasound before an abortion as “men with breasts.”
Herman Cain’s attempt to drag out his fame is getting weird.
Scientists at a government facility have been working on developing a new generation of drone aircraft that utilizes nuclear power.