Three presidents who could have changed the U.S., if only they had a little more time.
Sarah Palin urges celebrating presidents with “pure motives.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ice cream budget of just under $3,000.
A Belarusian border guard was sentenced to two years in prison for failing to report a border crossing by a Swedish plane that parachuted hundreds of teddy bears into the country carrying pro-democracy protest messages.
Prince Charles’ new armor-plated BMW is also poison proof.
When Barack Obama visits Israel next month, he’ll be the first sitting president awarded the Presidential Medal of Distinction.
An Arkansas legislator appeared to experience a medical problem when he was observed speaking and acting incoherently in the House chamber.
A Jersey City Assemblyman has run into trouble after “liking” two offbeat websites on Facebook—one of them dedicated to women with big behinds.
After 148 years, Mississippi has ratified the 13th Amendent abolishing slavery.
Legislation introduced in Missouri would require legally purchased assault weapons to be turned over to authorities for destruction.
Mississippi’s bill to bring prayer to public schools.
Montana’s Supreme Court has approved police stops for cars with snow on the license plates.
Don’t expect to see video coverage of the Supreme Court any time soon.
Members of Congress are taking more and more trips on the tabs of foreign countries.
Now Democrats are talking about rape.
A New York lawmaker is seeking to ban pub crawls.