It doesn’t look like the president wants to take up the skeet shooting challenge from a Congresswoman.
Former New York Rep. Eric Massa, who resigned from Congress nearly three years ago amid accusations he groped colleagues and cohabited with junior-level male staff members, continues to cut his wife a monthly check from his campaign account
The eyeglasses Hillary Clinton was seen wearing are gathering fans.
Hillary Clinton could carry Texas if she runs for president in 2016.
A new poll finds most Americans support treating marijuana like alcohol.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s job approval rating dropped 15 percentage points, mainly because of voters’ concerns about a new gun-control law.
An Idaho lawmaker compared health insurance exchanges to the Holocaust.
Even Alabama is considering medical marijuana.
Great news. You can now go to church in Arkansas and pray with your handgun nearby.
The Arkansas Senate voted to prohibit most abortions if a heartbeat is detected, making it the most stringent in the nation.
Archaeologists will reveal next week whether a skeleton with a cleaved skull and a curved spine entombed under a car park is that of Richard III, the last English king to die in battle, more than five centuries ago.
The Soviet Union nearly lost its vodka.
North Korea has been placed under martial law and Kim Jong-un has told his front-line troops to “be ready for a war.”
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin tells the NRA’s head, “That’s the point.”
Serbia’s prime minister falls victim to an x-rated prank during a TV interview.