Former counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke warns that the Stuxnet computer virus may be in your computer now.
One third of all American troop deaths in Afghanistan this year have been at the hands of Afghan security forces.
It looks like prostitution will soon be legal in Canada.
Under the Karzai regime, Afghan women are being jailed for “moral crimes.”
The U.N. puts “happiness” on the global agenda.
China begins mapping South China Sea to reinforce its territorial claims.
The cashless society of bartering is on the rise in Greece.
A village in northwestern France came up with an innovative way to cut back on local trash production — offering each home two free chickens to consume organic waste.
Arizona Senator John McCain on the Supreme Court’s Citizen United ruling: “What the Supreme Court did is a combination of arrogance, naiveté and stupidity the likes of which I have never seen. It’s pretty obvious by the sarcasm from people like Scalia and the absolute naiveté of people I voted for to be members of the Supreme Court, like Roberts and Alito and others, that they had no idea what political campaigns are about. They were incredibly naïve. Since when is a corporation a person?”
In the decade or so of airport security since the attacks on America on September 11th 2001, the Transportation Security Administration has not foiled a single terrorist plot or caught a single terrorist.
Federal appeals judges rejected a lawsuit by “Joe the Plumber” that claimed his rights were violated by a state records search after he voiced public concern over taxes to then-candidate Barack Obama.
An Arizona legislator is still pushing for his birther bill that would allow any Arizonan to force any presidential candidate to come to court to defend the legitimacy of his candidacy.
Some House Republicans want the GOP to take credit for the improvement in the economy that has occurred under their majority.
Mitt Romney tells a joke about his father closing a factory.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio makes his case for pink underwear.
The wrenching story of a boy born in a North Korean gulag, now living in California.
The U.S. confirmed it has suspended planned food aid to North Korea.
Hitler sells shampoo in Turkey.”If you’re not wearing women’s clothes, you shouldn’t be using women’s shampoo.”