Opening up the account books for the British Royals.
Syria is building a gulag system.
Shark fin soup may no longer be served at official banquets as China plans to issue new guidelines banning the seafood in an attempt to protect sharks.
Colombia prepares to legalize marijuana and cocaine for personal use.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has angered Japan by paying another visit to the disputed Kuril Islands.
French police searched Nicolas Sarkozy’s offices and home as part of their probe into claims the former president was involved in illegal political campaign financing.
Polonium-210 may have killed Yassir Arafat.
A North Carolina state representative said she mistakenly voted to override the governor’s veto of a bill to allow fracking but was told she couldn’t change it because that would have altered the outcome.
While New York Rep. Charlie Rangel appears to have squeaked to a primary win in his bid for reelection, many of the precincts suspiciously recorded zero vote totals.
Mitt Romney’s finances cross into some gray areas.
Romney’s investment in a fetus disposal company is still lurking in his past.
The White House employs a chief calligrapher at $96,725 a year. There is also an assistant who makes $85,953 a year.
An eleventh-hour court reprieve saved Mississippi’s last abortion clinic from closing.
It seems that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts may have written the dissenting opinion for the Obamacare ruling too.
Florida Rep. Allen West stated that Barack Obama wants to make Americans his “slave.”
Rick Santorum does not have a gay dating app on his iPhone.
A former New Hampshire town councilor who hoped that the five Supreme Court Justices who voted for Obamacare would come down with colon cancer has apologized.