The police officer’s uniform that Mitt Romney used to wear while pulling drivers over was given to him by his father.
Like Rick Santorum, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid now has a neologism for his name: “A sexual position where you climb on top and then do absolutely nothing.”
The United States is 9th in terms of energy efficiency around the world. The U.K. is first.
Documents from Britain’s Ministry of Defence classified archives show staff believed aliens could visit for “military reconnaissance,” “scientific” research or “tourism.”
“I wish to point out that Africa belongs to the Africans – it is not anyone’s ‘cheese’. Any country that wishes to develop cooperation with Africa must respect the ownership of African countries,” Deputy Foreign Minister Zhai Jun.
A top Taliban commander said that they cannot win the war and al-Qaeda is a “plague.”
In Germany, a motorist has been banned from driving a replica of Fred Flintstone’s footmobile on the roads.
The eldest son of Francois Hollande has launched a scathing attack on Valerie Trierweiler, the French president’s partner, accusing her of destroying his father’s “Mr. Normal” image.
In 1962, the United States nuked its own communications satellite by mistake.
A New York judge ruled that only the federal government could require graphic images on cigarette packages, not the state.
A California appellate court will examine whether Democratic lawmakers violated the state constitution by using a majority-vote budget bill to move Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative to the top of the November ballot.
Mitt Romney claims to have secret African-American supporters.
Idaho lawmakers of both parties are misusing the state seal for political purposes.
The 10 biggest gaffes in modern political history.
Here is one bipartisan agreement: No one likes that the U.S. Olympic uniforms were made in China.
Mitt Romney accidentally read “end of quote” from his teleprompter.