A bisexual, a Buddhist and a Hindu met in a bar…err, Congress…
Ten members of Congress are nonbelievers.
Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo begins his apology tour for his DUI arrest, but he says that was the first time he ever drove drunk.
Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign was fined $375,000 by the Federal Election Commission for campaign reporting violations.
An Arizona lawmaker has introduced a bill to criminalize online impersonations, such as fake identities on Facebook and Twitter.
New York Rep. José Serrano introduced a bill that would remove the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President.
A Texas lawmaker wants to license strippers.
Florida may pass New York as the third most populous state in the country within two or three years.
With marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, Mexico may rethink its marijuana eradication strategy.
In Belarus, a one-armed man was convicted for clapping.
Just days after her criticism on British sovereignty of the Falklands, Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner grounded her jet over fears it will be seized as part of a debt and hired another from a British firm.
Iran is developing software that will be able to control social networking sites in a “smart” way.
Four Asian countries are buying almost all of Iran’s oil: China, South Korea, Japan and India.
Facebook equals corruption in Malaysia.
A leader in the failed anti-Boehner rebellion brandished a list of those plotting against Boehner. The list was photographed and included some who backed out of the rebellion when it came time to vote.
Why the Obama administration will not mint a trillion dollar coin.
Disgraced former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards is filming his own reality show with his wife who is over 50 years younger than he is.