Militias in Mali are forming to do what the country’s army cannot – chase out radical Islamists from the northern part of the country.
After the massacre at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, India wants the U.S. to do more to protect Indian nationals.
Russian protest leader Alexei Navalny has accused the authorities of planting a bug and a video recorder in his office as part of their effort to keep a tight rein on President Vladimir Putin’s foes.
Armies in Scandinavia are so concerned about the pollution caused by lead bullets they’re replacing their entire stock with a non-toxic version.
China has decided to ban drug addicts from obtaining driver’s licenses.
China’s state-run media ramped up condemnation of the United States on Monday over tensions in the South China Sea, with the Communist Party’s top newspaper telling Washington to “Shut up.”
David Plouffe, a senior White House adviser who was President Obama’s 2008 campaign manager, accepted a $100,000 speaking fee in 2010 from an affiliate of a company doing business with Iran’s government.
Mississippi state Rep. Andy Gipson continues to refuse to apologize for a comment that gays should be put to death because it is “God’s word.”
A councilman will resign after being caught urinating on a neighbor’s porch.
Libertarians have a chance at becoming a “major political party” in New Mexico — the same as Democrats and Republicans — if Libertarian Party presidential candidate and former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson wins at least 5 percent of the total vote in November.
In Idaho, a state House hopeful who was accidentally outed as a bisexual by a party colleague earlier this year has withdrawn from his race.
Barack Obama is having more difficulty keeping 2008 supporters on his side than Mitt Romney is having holding onto John McCain voters.
A poll shows that Americans prefer Obama two to one over Romney to babysit their kids or help them if their car is broken down alongside the road.
Obama has a new shorthand to belittle Republican rival Mitt Romney’s economic plan – “Romney Hood.”
Texas Republican Senate nominee Ted Cruz: “I am perfectly happy to compromise and work with anybody: Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians — I’ll work with Martians. If — and the if is critical — they’re willing to cut spending and reduce the debt.”