Ministers are challenging the IRS rules not allowing churches to engage in political activity without endangering their tax-exempt status.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said that there are only a few top al-Qaeda leaders left.
Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock accidentally posted four different videos highlighting his reaction to the Supreme Court decision on the Obama health care act: if the court delays, if the court upholds, if the court finds it unconstitutional or if the court strikes down just part of the law.
The Montana Republican Party is ending its call to make homosexual acts illegal, but the party is reinforcing its opposition to gay marriage.
The Obama Event Registry urges people to register their weddings and other events while asking “for a donation in lieu of a gift” to the Obama campaign.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown “misspoke” when he said that he had met with “kings and queens.”
China may have 3,000 nuclear warheads hidden in tunnels instead of the 80-400 estimated.
New legislation in Britain would force the Royal Mail to store data on all letters and postcards passing through its system.
Some of Zimbabwe’s lawmakers are ready to be circumcized in an anti-HIV campaign.
A British school banned the use of a starting pistol for races because it might scare the children.
Turkey said it believes that Syrian security forces have shot one of its fighter jets down.
NASA wants to fight space junk with dust storms.
The Secret Service confiscated forks and dinner knives at an Obama fundraiser prior to the President entering.
Drone dogfights by 2015?
George Washington’s personal copy of the US constitution has sold for almost $10 million.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann said that Barack Obama has “spit at the Constitution.”
Retiring New York Rep. Gary Ackerman on how things have changed since he was first elected to office: “It used to be you had real friends on the other side of the aisle. It’s not like that anymore. Society has changed. The public is to blame as well. I think the people have gotten dumber. I don’t know that I would’ve said that out loud pre-my announcement that I was going to be leaving. But I think that’s true. I mean everything has changed. The media has changed. We now give broadcast licenses to philosophies instead of people. People get confused and think there is no difference between news and entertainment. People who project themselves as journalists on television don’t know the first thing about journalism. They are just there stirring up a hockey game.”