Former Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman is in North Korea on basketball diplomacy. Kim Jung-un is a fan.
A British councillor who told a charity worker that disabled children should be euthanised to save money is facing calls to resign.
It looks like things are going to be complicated for the Pope’s secretary.
Virginia Rep. Scott Rigell has alienated himself from Republican groups because of his associating with Barack Obama during a visit by the President to his district.
An Idaho lawmaker wants to make all adults militia members.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. accused County Executive Chris Abele of “penis envy.”
Two female California state lawmakers have condemned Oscar host Seth MacFarlane’s comments during Sunday’s awards presentation as degrading toward women.
Joe Biden has new advice on how to use a shotgun: “Just fire the shotgun through the door.”
The 10 weirdest members of Congress.
Utah lawmakers may allow bartenders to mix drinks in front of their customers.
The 1965 Voting Rights Act is about to go through a big change.
A Texas lawmaker wants to cut the training requirement time for carrying a concealed weapon from ten hours to four.
A Utah legislator proposed a bill to strengthen the Second Amendment by violating the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution.
Teddy Turner, son of Ted Turner and South Carolina Congressional candidate, released an ad knocking opponent Mark Sanford’s call for forgiveness.
Going to New York is the best thing to do if you’re the governor of New Jersey.