An attempted coup in China? Or at least the rumors of one.
The president of Hungary has defied calls for his resignation and vowed to fight on despite being embroiled in a plagiarism scandal.
Two Canadian politicians take to the boxing ring.
A European atheist politician calls for Europe to return to its Christian roots.
Is this Supreme Court the most conservative in modern history?
A New York Congressional candidate has problems since he was found kissing and fondling a woman other than his fiancée.
California Congressional candidate Jose Hernandez can call himself an astronaut for his ballot designation as a judge ruled he is an astronaut for “more than the time spent riding a rocket.”
During the Republican National Convention this August in Tampa, protesters will be limited to demonstrating 60 minutes outside. That is because it will be too hot for the police to wear riot gear.
The Romney campaign suggested that Obama should release notes and transcripts from his meetings with world leaders to prove that he is not promising world leaders to change his position after November.
Iowa Rep. Steve King: “If liberals want to bring…somebody illegal, grant them amnesty, fine. We’ll keep them. Let’s deport the liberals instead.”
Hillary Clinton bares it all for the Saudi King, at least her ankles.
Thousands of criminal immigrants have been released into American communities because their countries refused to take them back.
Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock used campaign funds to buy exercise DVDs, finance fancy trips and reimburse his mother.
Owning a fur-covered pig in Michigan is now a felony.
Michigan may get an official state exercise – the jumping jack.
Some California colleges may begin asking students if they are gay or straight.
The IRS is not investigating South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for tax fraud.
The Defense Department wants control of the internet back.
“I’m sexy and I know it.”