Attorney General Eric Holder called the Texas voter ID law a “poll tax.”
The office of Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. said that he is in treatment for a “mood disorder.”
Florida Rep. Allen West: “Liberal media reports saying I am equating Social Security of hardworking Americans to a form of slavery is absolutely false.”
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez declared himself fully recovered from cancer, again.
Three members of Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist punk-rock band, began a hunger strike Wednesday after a Moscow court suddenly told them they must prepare their defense for trial by Monday.
Silvio Berlusconi will run for Italian Prime Minister in hopes of being elected for a fourth time.
A German mayor faces accusations of sexism after ordering his town’s trickiest parking spaces to be marked “men only.”
Mitt Romney said that he is the best choice for African-American families.
Some members of a Miami school board fought a scheduled visit by First Lady Michelle Obama to recruit volunteers for the president’s reelection campaign.
The Romney campaign is selling vintage campaign items similar to his father’s 1968 presidential run.
Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and John McCain of Arizona, are heading up a bipartisan group of senators working to reach a budget deal before the November election.
Joe Donnelly, running for the Senate in Indiana against Richard Mourdock makes a campaign ad based on playing basketball.
The North Korean show that included Disney characters for Kim Jong-un also played the theme from Rocky. For decades, little American culture has been allowed in North Korea. It is as if Kim is an Americanophile.