Maybe there will be a deal over nukes with Iran. Hopefully, it not one of those that last for a year or so like with North Korea.
Sweden’s Culture Minister landed in controversy after she cut a cake which was designed like an African tribal woman.
China raised objections to Japan’s sudden announcement of plans to buy parts of the Diaoyu Islands. China and Japan dispute ownership of the islands.
Japan will within weeks have no nuclear power for the first time in more than 40 years.
Barack Obama never put a dog on top of his car. He ate one while in Indonesia.
In the Pentagon, the portrait of a long-lost sailor’s suspiciously modern hairstyle drew some attention.
The Secret Service scandal in Colombia became public after one of agents only gave a prostitute $30 instead of the $800 he promised.
Tennessee’s elementary and middle school teachers could face more pressure not to talk about homosexuality with their students next year after the so-called Don’t Say Gay bill cleared a House committee.
The Los Angeles Board of Education is combatting increasing high school dropouts by allowing graduates to get a diploma with a “D” average and 25% less credits.
California will test an HIV-prevention pill in an attempt to slow the spread of the disease in the state.
Barack Obama: “I wasn’t born with a silver spoon in my mouth.”
For the first time ever, more Republicans embrace removing troops from Afghanistan than support staying in the country until it stabilizes.
Mitt Romney joked about cookies from a famous Pennsylvania bakery and appears to have alienated a lot of voters.
Tired of the 2012 elections? How about 2016 then? A survey gives Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 57 percent against Vice President Joe Biden 14 percent.
The chairman of North Carolina’s Democratic Party is expected to resign after an avalanche of top elected officials called for his ouster amid revelations that he authorized a secret agreement to pay a former staffer to keep quiet after making sexual harassment allegations.
Kim Kardashian, Mayor of Glendale.