For the time being, it looks like government forces are winning in Syria.
Zimbabwe has $217 left in the bank.
Colombia may decriminalize the use of synthetic drugs, including ecstasy, as part of its plans to tackle social problems caused by its widespread drug problems.
Unable to tow the minesweeper USS Guardian off a reef in the Philippines, the Navy has decided to free the ship without causing further damage to the reef by cutting the ship into pieces.
A newly married South Florida man, who opted to take his wife’s last name, is fighting the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles after it suspended his driving license on grounds of fraud.
FBI agents raided the West Palm Beach business of an eye doctor suspected of providing free trips and underage Dominican Republic prostitutes to New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez.
More info on Barack Obama’s skeet shooting at Camp David.
One of Ronald Reagan’s boyhood homes in Chicago may become a parking lot for Barack Obama’s presidential library.
In Missouri, there is no requirement that children take a sex ed class, but there may soon be a requirement to take the National Rifle Association’s Eddie Eagle Gunsafe Program.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski has once again introduced legislation to rename Mount McKinley, Denali.
Vice President Joe Biden is wrong that “there were fewer police being murdered … when the assault weapons ban, in fact, was in existence.”
Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan left prison for a halfway house.
South Korea joins the Asian space race.
Is C-3P0 a Republican?
Apparently, it’s legal to rifle through a legislator’s desk in Boise.