The birthers are holding their own convention.
A New Hampshire alderman has proposed a $10 fine for any alderman who violates the board’s code of conduct.
Payday lenders are using the courts to create modern debtors’ prison.
Rick Santorum is releasing his delegates to vote for Mitt Romney.
A Maryland lawmaker who thinks same-sex marriage will lead to the teaching of homosexuality in schools has injured four children in a drunken boating accident.
A Virginia judge ordered the release of a former Marine who was detained for psychiatric evaluation last week based on his conspiracy-minded, anti-government Facebook posts.
Tampa’s gay bathhouses, bars and male strip clubs are rolling out the red carpet for the Republican National Convention.
A “sex meter” scheme, taxing prostitutes €6 a night to work the streets of Bonn has raised more than €35,000 for public coffers in its first year, making it a success.
Chess king turned Kremlin foe Garry Kasparov was acquitted of holding an unsanctioned protest, although he still risks jail for allegedly biting a police officer during the Pussy Riot trial.
Al-Qaeda has called for the death of the former Navy SEAL who has written a book under a pseudonym that details a first person account of the death of Osama bin Laden.
Two people employed at the US embassy in Mexico have been wounded after their car was mistakenly fired on by police south of Mexico City.
New York Rep. Charlie Rangel takes Joe Biden to task for the “chains” comment.
Mitt Romney makes a joke about his birth certificate. No, he’s not a birther, but the cheers from the crowd are disturbing.
The 18-year-old daughter of a Honolulu mayoral candidate burned a campaign sign of an opponent and used the fire for lighting a friend’s bong.