Presidential inaugurations that went bad.
NASA has signed a deal to attach an inflatable private module to the International Space Station.
The Navy will soon send the first of its newest class of fighting ships on its first major deployment overseas. The problem is that its guns don’t work right and there are questions about its survivability.
A New Jersey township wants different rules for mosques than for churches.
Judges in Italy rejected Silvio Berlusconi’s request to suspend a trial in which he is accused of paying for sex with a juvenile prostitute.
Lance Armstrong offered to re-pay the U.S. government $5 million after using performance-enhancing drugs while a member of the U.S. Postal Service’s cycling team, an offer the government rejected.
Barack Obama’s limo will bear a “taxation without representation” license plate.
A Missouri lawmaker backed calls for a sales tax on violent video games in order to combat gun violence.
In Virginia, a majority of the Senate GOP — 12 of 20 Senators — walked out rather than vote for a gay judge.
The NRA releases a target practice video game.
A Georgia man threatened to eat a judge’s children.
Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann sometimes didn’t sleep with her husband because her presidential campaign adviser told her not too.
Denver’s wager-losing mayor hurt doing the “squirrel dance.”
The NRA takes on Obama for using the Secret Service to protect his kids.