Iran has a new fighter-bomber capable of evading radar. As with most of its military technology claims, it is unverifiable.
Iran claims that its monkey really did fly into space and return to earth safely, but one of the pictures released was not of the right monkey.
Seventeen percent of Marines state they will quit when women are allowed into combat; ten percent said the same when gays were allowed.
Maryland debates a proposed state sandwich.
The argument for keeping happy hour banned in Massachusetts is that it will uphold the state’s reputation.
The hot new job opening is Washington State’s official marijuana consultant.
A former South Carolina legislator was indicted on burglary charges.
It’s not getting any better for New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez.
We have a gerrymandering problem.
Nude activists protest San Francisco’s ban on nudity.
The first campaign ad of the 2016 political campaign has already aired, but it’s from Lee Mercer Jr. of Texas. Mercer is a perennial presidential candidate with some major psychological issues. Tip for Mercer: Update your website from 2008 to 2016.
The question of what did he know about skeet shooting and when did he do it has finally been answered.
Military helicopters fly over Miami while firing blanks from machine guns.