Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Mitt Romney of “kissing the foot” of Israel.
A Canadian Forces aboriginal recruiting ad that likened building a canoe to serving on a warship was nixed after focus groups found it “offensive to the point of being comical.”
India’s energy crisis cascaded over half the country when three of its regional grids collapsed, leaving 620 million people without.
Nicaragua is considering a canal to rival the Panama Canal.
CNN says it regrets playing the song “Stupid Girls” ahead of a segment about Sarah Palin that aired Sunday morning.
Sexual assault victims in Wisconsin are sometimes charged as much as $1,200 for the cost of collecting evidence.
Wondering whom Mitt Romney will choose as VP? There’s an app for that.
Republican vice-presidential contender Tim Pawlenty talks beer and Barack Obama: “Barack Obama is all foam and no beer. And you can’t live on the foam. His speeches are his foam.”
John McCain and Dick Cheney continue to squabble over Sarah Palin and torture.
Donald Rumsfeld’s intelligence chief called Iraq “one of the great strategic decisions of the first half of the 21st century, if it proves not to be the greatest.” Of course, there are still 38 years to go.