The Taliban is vowing to Kill Prince Harry.
Japan’s financial services minister has been found dead at his home in what police suspect was a suicide.
Somali lawmakers are scheduled to choose their next president, moving the nation a step closer to its first stable central government since the 1991 ouster of a dictator.
Iraq’s fugitive Sunni vice president declared his “absolute innocence” in a terror trial that had sentenced him to death on charges of masterminding the murder of rivals.
A Maryland Democratic candidate quit her congressional race after her own party told state officials that she had committed fraud by voting in both Maryland and Florida in recent elections.
A New Hampshire pastor quoted a founding father during his invocation to a debate saying it is the duty of Americans to vote for Christian politicians.
Legal battles may decide the 2012 presidential election.
Confusion over the language in Colorado’s marijuana legalization measure.
Gogo for Obama.
Barack Obama vs. iPhone.
Obama and Romney each raised over $110 million in August.
Super PACs and other so-called “independent” political groups have spent so much money on this year’s election that they have already matched the entire total for 2008, with 8 weeks to go.
The Federal Communications Commission is rapidly backpedaling from a proposal to tax broadband Internet service after a public outcry over the issue.
I wonder how the Secret Service liked this.
A woman was arrested in South Carolina after pulling a gun on a Congressman.
A police officer participating in President Obama’s motorcade Sunday died from injuries sustained in an accident.
Jerry Brown doubles down on physical challenge to Chris Christie.
California Senator Diane Feinstein walks out on a reporter who suggests that she should debate her opponent.
“Romney and Bain.”
Three proud words: “Made in the…”
The TSA tests liquids in an airport terminal for explosives…liquids that people were drinking.