The NSA intended to use online porn viewing habits of terrorist sympathizers to discredit them
The list of news agencies boycotting the use of official White House photography is growing, over what it says is an unprecedented lack of access to the president.
Colorado Rep. Jared Polis has introduced a bill to allow marijuana users to buy guns.
58% of Americans want to see Obamacare repealed; 54% believe that the problems plaguing it will be resolved.
California Rep. Darrell Issa’s “Obamacare hearings” are more of a propaganda show, despite what he claims.
In Pennsylvania, the former chairman of Montgomery County’s Republican Party was charged with drugging a female employee of his law firm and raping her while she was unconscious.
An Alabama commissioner claimed that his arrest was unwarranted. He says he couldn’t have wanted to have sex with a 15-year-old girl on Craigslist because he is impotent.
There’s going to be a recount in the Virginia attorney general’s race which was won by 165 votes out of 2.2 million.
An effort to put an initiative on the California ballot that wouldraise the minimum wage to $12 is being pushed by a billionaire conservative activist.
The Italian Senate has voted to oust Silvio Berlusconi from the parliament.
India’s nuclear scientists are dying.
Zimbabwe is moving ahead with banning foreigners from operating many basic businesses.
Angola bans Islam.
Richard Simmons said that the Obamas have “rejected” him.
Sasha Obama has had enough of this presidential stuff.
Australia’s former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer: “I am angry because it is corrupting the world, this gun culture of the United States.”
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton: “Gay marriage is something I’ve thought about at length as I’ve looked at my future.”
Ted Cruz admits that he is a citizen of Ethiopia.
Donald Trump doesn’t want to talk about Cruz’s birth certificate.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner goes down, but not quietly, as he blames a “coup.”
Texas Gov. Rick Perry goes “poaching” for jobs in Missouri, which ruffles some feathers.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is demanding that Nevada reimburse California cities and counties for treatment of about 500 indigent psychiatric patients who were given one-way bus tickets to the Golden State in recent years.
The Obama administration has come out against dog breed specific legislation.
Conservatives’ new cause: Saving cursive in the schools so kids can read the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Aaron Klein’s new book Impeachable Offenses: The Case for Removing Barack Obama from Office presents the case that Obamacare is unconstitutional and impeachable despite the Supreme Court ruling that it is constitutional.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order forbidding protests during the 2014 Olympic Games.
Anthony Weiner said that he is “100%” not sexting now.
Special license plates for Colorado legislators allow them to avoid speeding tickets and parking fines because the plates are not listed in the DMV database.
Two Michigan lawmakers want thrill seekers to pay for their own rescues.
China is setting up a website to debunk internet rumors.
Thailand declares Bitcoin illegal.
A Russian legislator wants to make profanity on the internet illegal.
Iran’s president-elect, Hassan Rouhani, was incorrectly quoted calling Israel “a sore which must be removed.”
Japan launched an un-manned cargo transporter along with a small talking robot, which will serve as a companion to Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata who is onboard the International Space Station.
In attempts to boost one of Europe’s lowest law birthrates, a new law went into effect in Germany guaranteeing every child over 12 months of age a slot at a daycare facility.
Some Texas Republicans want State Senator Wendy Davis toreimburse the state $800,000 for the expenses her filibuster of an abortion bill caused.
The United States Postal Service is taking pictures of your mail.
California is looking to ban e-cigarettes where real tobacco is barred.
EPA directors appointed by Republican Presidents call for Congress to do something about climate change.
An electric-car company co-founded by Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission over its conduct in soliciting foreign investors.
Eliot Spitzer, who lives apart from his wife, sidesteppedquestions that he might have a girlfriend on the side.
The mayor of Mobile, Alabama, is running for reelection and identifying himself as a husband, except that he is divorced.
Two write-in candidates for mayor of Detroit have almostidentical names.
Ahead of his inauguration, Iran’s new “moderate” presidentcalled Israel an “old wound” that should be removed.
Members of the House of Commons are being told to stop rubbing statues of Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has won nearly a two-thirds majority in parliament in a fraudulent but peaceful election.
New York Rep. Charles Rangel said that the conservatives who make up the tea party are the “same white crackers” who fought the U.S. civil rights movement.