South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham broke with other Republicans by calling for increased revenue as part of the solution to fix the deficit.
The Air Force’s massive 30,000 pound bunker-buster bomb critical for striking heavily fortified Iranian nuclear facilities is “ready to go.”
The TSA is expanding out of the airports and into train stations and bus terminals.
The Army is preparing to test a new armor that is tailored to the female form, to replace the standard men’s armor that women soldiers currently must use, which doesn’t fit them.
American counter-terrorism officials are reportedly considering new measures to combat al-Qaeda militants in Mali, which is increasingly emerging as a sanctuary for the terrorist group.
A local election official has announced his intention to defy Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law by not asking voters to offer proof of their identity on Election Day.
California’s state controller and the Department of Finance are $2.3 billion apart in their calculations of how much money is in hundreds of special funds kept by various state agencies.
A British MP called the Olympics opening ceremonies as “multicultural crap.”
More evidence that Kim Jong-un is taking North Korea in a “new, creative and enterprising” direction.
North Korea’s top military commander Ri Yong-ho, who was abruptly removed from all of his posts, may have been ousted for defying orders and moving troops near Pyongyang during a military exercise.
Al-Qaeda has altered its underwear bomb formula.
The Republican Party in California is having trouble raising money, and has had to shut down its Sacramento office.
The Romney campaign is waiting for a Saturday Obama surprise.