Mitt Romney is already offering top donors access to a special “Presidential Inaugural retreat,” planned on the assumption that he will be elected president this November.
The Obama campaign thinks that Arizona is in play for this November’s election.
Herman Cain held a rally at the nation’s capitol. Hardly anyone showed up.
Roseanne Barr’s campaign for the Green Party’s presidential nomination is having a hard time raising cash.
The Colorado Democratic Party and Denver Republicans both support an initiative to legalize marijuana.
Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank said that Barack Obama made a “mistake” pushing health care reform.
Former baseball player Jose Canseco likes the idea of being president, except that he was born in Cuba. He thinks there is a way to get around the Constitutional requirement since Obama got elected president and wasn’t born in the U.S.
Hillary Clinton knows how to party.
The coming Cold War in the Arctic.
George Washington has been named as the greatest foe ever faced by the British.
South Korea’s official news agency reported that 12 Iranians who are involved in Tehran’s ballistic missile program were present in North Korea last week during the failed launching of a missile that was meant to deliver a satellite into space.
Female guests at Silvio Berlusconi’s “bunga bunga” parties dressed up like nuns in the Sister Act musical, then stripped to their underwear, according to the testimony of a model at his trial.
Many of the 500 Americans on the “no-fly” list don’t know why they are on it.
President Barack Obama insisted that without government spending, “Google, Facebook would not exist.”
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed legislation that would require thousands of people applying for welfare to pass a drug test before they could receive benefits.
Secretary of the Senate Nancy Erickson revealed a slew of data that put the first session of the 112th Senate at the bottom of Senates since 1992 in legislative productivity.