A Congressional investigation into the takeover of the Benghazi consulate reveals that the CIA was operating out of there.
The House’s Oversight Chair Rep. Darrell Issa clarified that he does not have plans to convene a public hearing questioning the Department of Labor’s September jobs figures.
Forty years of failure in the drug war.
South Carolina’s Supreme Court ruled that a man’s privacy was not violated when his wife’s daughter-in-law got into his email and found out the name of his lover, because the messages remained in his inbox.
The city of Oakland filed suit against top federal prosecutors in an attempt to stop them from seizing property leased by the nation’s largest medical marijuana dispensary.
Obama’s critics are now complaining about his ring.
An Ohio lawmaker is facing 45 felonies for theft from his campaign fund.
Rick Santorum claimed that same-sex marriage will destroy marriage and the church in America.
Mitt Romney’s campaign has removed the endorsement by Rep. Scott DesJarlais from its website in the wake of revelations that the congressman pushed his mistress and patient to have an abortion.
Romney said that no one dies in America because they don’t have insurance.
Mexico is the most dangerous country in the world — with five of its cities named in a top 10 of deadly global murder capitals.
French President Francois Hollande “shared” his mistress Valerie Trierweiler with a minister from Nicolas Sarkozy’s government.
Ann Romney burns food on live national TV.
Anyone notice that Joe Biden made a few smiles and laughs during the debate?