Missouri Rep. Todd Akin’s comment that a woman cannot become pregnant in a forced rape was the law in thirteenth-century England.
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford will marry his Argentine sweetheart.
Facebook founder and former US citizen Eduardo Saveri overpaid his taxes by $185 million.
The government cannot force tobacco firms to put large graphic health warnings on cigarette packages, an appeals court in Washington has ruled.
Election day voter registration for California.
Tampa is releasing inmates from its jail to make room for Republican National Convention protesters.
Mitt Romney has a new reason not to release his taxes. It would violate his religion.
Former Florida Republican Gov. Charlie Crist endorsed Barack Obama.
The first formal Somali parliament in more than two decades held its inaugural session on August 20 at the airport in Mogadishu.
The UN called “ridiculous” the idea that it would invade Texas.
The UK forbid an American faith healer from entering the country because he punches and kicks his followers to chase the devil from them.
Germany’s postal service has announced it will release a special stamp dedicated to the circumcision of Jesus.
Birther-in-chief – the Obama campaign turns a joke into a campaign attack.