Israel’s deputy prime minister acknowledged that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has never actually said Israel must be “wiped off the map.”
French President Nicholas Sarkozy is in big trouble with the voters.
The Chinese media ridiculed the launch of a small Indian missile that can reach deep inside China.
South Sudan’s President has a fondness for wearing a cowboy hat given to him by George W. Bush.
The Dutch are now having some problems with their austerity attempts to control their budget deficit.
The man who led Iceland’s government when the nation’s banks collapsed will learn Monday whether he has been convicted of criminal responsibility for the crisis.
For the first time since he was elected in 1976, Utah’s Senator Orrin Hatch will face a primary challenge. He failed to receive the 60% needed to nominate him at a Republican state convention.
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West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said that he’s unsure whether he’ll vote for Barack Obama or the likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Obama is close to clinching the Democratic nomination. It won’t be unanimous as a few uncommitted delegates selected from states like Alabama and a handful of protest delegates for fringe candidates in places like Oklahoma have been chosen as well.
Mitt Romney makes it clear that his grandfather wasn’t a polygamist in Mexico.
Barack Obama’s lawyers in New Jersey did not admit that his birth certificate is a forgery as reported by some websites.
The Army cancelled a concert by Ted Nugent since they didn’t think it was appropriate for a guy using inflammatory language about the commander-in-chief performing before the soldiers.
The Tennessee state House of Representatives approved a bill allowing homicide and assault prosecutions for the death of embryos in the earliest stages of development.
When Ronald Reagan said in 1987 for Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall, Gorbachev was not impressed since he knew Reagan was an actor.