Ghosts of World War II.
The second debate in Ohio between Senate candidates Josh Mandel and Sherrod Brown grew nasty with each calling the other a liar.
Opponents of a tax to raise revenue for a library system in Missouri staked their opposition on fears that teens will watch porn.
The Gallup Poll, which has Mitt Romney up by 7%, has an interesting breakdown. Barack Obama leads by 4-6% in all parts of the country except the south where he trails by 22%.
In a rare interview, Kim Jong-un’s nephew speaks out, calling his uncle a dictator.
Mitt Romney has some in-law problems.
Help Mitt Romney catch women in his binder.
Supreme Court Justices Elena Kagan and Antonin Scalia hunt together.
A man showed up at a Republican event in an Obama mask and a pimp suit. He was a Democrat.
Utah’s largest newspaper slammed Mitt Romney and endorsed Barack Obama.
A week ago Mitt Romney and Billy Graham met. Now Graham has removed Mormonism from his list of cults.
Australia bribed its way onto the UN Security Council with chocolate koala bears.
Speaking at his trial in Milan, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi denied any “intimate ties” with an underage prostitute.
Saudi Arabia presented its plans to give up fossil fuels for clean energy.
France wants Google to pay for news searches, but Google is not cooperating.
The Somali Football Federation has asked African Union troops to vacate the national stadium so it can be used again for sports events.
African-American lawmakers in Alabama are opposing an amendment to rid the state constitution of Jim Crow language.
When Al Gore became involved with global warming, it may have ended all chances of bipartisan support for the issue.