Florida Sen. Marco Rubio introduced a bill that would exempt Americans competing in the Olympic Games from paying taxes on the prize money from their victory.
The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency warned its employees and contractors to stop using their government computers to surf the Internet for porn sites.
A top official from the Obama campaign on Mitt Romney’s foreign trip: “It’s not that Romney struck out against a major league pitcher. I mean, here, he struck out playing t-ball. This should have been easy and it wasn’t for him apparently.”
The Obama campaign has taken the extraordinary step of booking $77 million in additional ad time starting Friday and running through Election Day.
An argument over who is more opposed to the Islamic faith and the construction of a mosque near Nashville has become an unlikely issue in a nasty Tennessee Republican congressional primary.
China has announced plans to send an unmanned rocket to the moon in 2013.
Four years after successfully launching a moon probe, India has decided to make another ambitious space effort by sending an orbiter to Mars in November 2013.
Professor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day went well for the fast food franchise.
A spike in birth defects after the U.S. invasion of Fallujah has some wondering if the U.S. used weapons that it has not revealed.
Shades of Mr. Ed. The Romney’s Olympic horse talks in an anti-Romney ad. Fun to watch, but worthless as political commentary.