Florida Rep. David Rivera helped run a shadow campaign for a primary challenger for his Democratic opponent using $43,000 in secret money.
A new Super PAC app can fact check campaign ads.
Plans are underway for Mitt Romney to be nominated two days earlier because of a potential threat from Tropical Storm Isaac.
A Senate candidate in Washington state tells a reporter to “Go fuck yourself.”
Barack Obama and some supporters at Ohio St. University had some difficulty spelling “Ohio.”
The “science” behind the idea that raped women rarely become pregnant.
Just for the record, 32,000 women become pregnant every year in the United States because of rape.
Massive U.S. government spending cuts and tax hikes due next year will cause even worse economic damage than previously thought if Washington fails to come up with a solution, the Congressional Budget Office warned.
Federal Judge Robert Jones said Nevada’s ballot alternative of “none of the above” was unconstitutional because votes for “none” don’t count in the final tallies that determine winners.
A California bill would ban hunting of bears and bobcats with dogs.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner can disclose any personal tax return to the president “or to such employee or employees of the White House Office as the President may designate.”
Neo-Nazis and white supremacists are joining the military to get weapons training.
Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez are writing a book together.
One of two senators in Brazil who were stripped of their positions for corruption will reimburse $234 million in public funds he embezzled in the late 1990s.
In Germany, activists, bloggers and Google oppose a draft law that would charge licensing fees to link to copyrighted content.
Mexico’s 2003 health care reforms appear to have been a success.
Mexico’s Supreme Court declared unconstitutional a key portion of a military law that has broadened the influence of military courts.
While this recording of a debate between Tea Party-supporting talk show host Michael Graham and Irish politician Michael Higgins is two-years old, it has suddenly gone viral. Higgins is now the Prime Minister of Ireland. Higgins is not a fan of the Tea Party.