Germany’s government pledged to pass a law to protect the ritual circumcision of young boys.
Osama bin Laden’s former cook and driver returned to his native Sudan after more than a decade of imprisonment at the U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay.
According to Barbara Bush, Bill Clinton thinks of George H.W. Bush as the “father he never had.”
A Massachusetts town wants to have a cleanup of its toxic waste without a Superfund designation because it will affect property values.
Mitt Romney’s Facebook “cover photo” appears to violate Facebook Page guidelines.
Ron Paul failed to get a majority of delegates at the Nebraska Republican convention. Therefore, he will not have won enough states to guarantee him a speaking role at the national GOP convention.
Fortune telling is a First Amendment right.
The Justice Department has its sights on California’s largest cannabis medical dispensary.
West Texas farmers must irrigate dead crops in order to collect federal agricultural subsidies.
Texas’ voter ID law may be in trouble with a panel of three federal judges.
Herman Cain said the NAACP has “lost its relevance.”