Is Congress going to mandate a “black box” on all cars after 2015?
The head of California’s political watchdog agency said that she wants bloggers to be required to disclose payments received from campaigns.
The next cultural battle between the Christian right and gays is over the rainbow.
A North Carolina state House candidate has signs telling voters it’s either he or the devil who is going to be elected.
41 annoyingly ridiculous super PAC names.
One of the fired Secret Service agents from the prostitution scandal in Colombia had a thing for ogling Sarah Palin.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie denied napping at a Bruce Springsteen concert.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Hailey expressed frustration at being discussed for what she looks like. So what does she do? Pose for Vogue.
Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison, who has spoken on numerous occasions of the need for greater civility in political discourse, retweeted a comment calling Mitt Romney a “heartless douchebag who doesn’t like animals or small children.”
Former Louisiana congressman William Jefferson, convicted of taking bribes, will have to begin serving a 13-year prison sentence within two weeks.
A southeastern Ohio village mayor suspected of repeatedly raping a girl has pleaded not guilty and is being held on bond of $1 million. His attorney thinks the bail should be lower because, the mayor isn’t a threat to the community, except for young girls, that is.
Slovenia and Austria in a tiff over a sausage.
The Russians want the world to think they are developing secret fantastical weapons.
North Korea redesigned its website by spending $15 on a template made in the United States.