A Dutch town is considering fining weather forecasters who get their predictions wrong.
For the first time in many years, Canadians are richer than Americans, as measured by a household’s worth.
A Chinese coastal city has recently offered free toilet paper in public restrooms. Unfortunately, people have been stealing it.
Results from Libya’s first elections after the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi have shown gains for an alliance of parties seen as broadly liberal.
Barack Obama is weaning himself off his teleprompter.
Former New Hampshire Governor and White Chief of Staff John Sununu apologized for saying, “I wish this president would learn how to be an American.”
Dozens of traffic signs have been destroyed by prostitutes performing pole-dances in the street to attract clients, officials in New Zealand’s biggest city have revealed.
Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson was kicked off the Michigan ballot, but he can get back on if he can find someone with the name Gary Johnson.
Tennessee’s Republican governor is being criticized for hiring gay individuals, Democrats and a Muslim-American lawyer.
Senator John McCain said that Sarah Palin was the “better candidate” for vice president, and that his failure to pick Mitt Romney in 2008 had nothing to do with information contained in Romney’s tax returns.
Senate Democrats are proposing to allow all the Bush tax cuts to expire Jan. 1, then vote on a tax cut for the middle class shortly thereafter.
Kim Jong-un has been promoted to marshal, the highest rank in the North Korean military.
Montana has granted its first low-speed driver’s license for a disabled man to drive a golf cart.
Washington state will soon allow voters to register by Facebook.
Presidential kiss cam.