There is a strange power struggle going on in the mineral-rich, Central Asian county of Uzbekistan.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is claiming that businesses are pricing a 1,000% profit margin from imported goods.
Court records show that former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was the “director” of sex parties at his mansions.
Switzerland is voting on a referendum that would limit the pay of corporate executives to 12 times that of the company’s lowest-paid employee.
A growing alliance between Israel, Greece and Cyprus is over energy.
A chemical weapons dumping ground for 70 years, the bottom of the Baltic Sea has become a ticking time bomb.
The DEA raided marijuana businesses in Colorado, just weeks before recreational use was to be legalized.
Philadelphia has banned 3-D printed guns even though no one knows of anyone who has tried to print or use one in the city.
After the federal government sells its remaining shares in GM, it will have lost $10 billion to save the automaker.
In an ongoing story, social conservatives on the Texas State Board of Education have blocked a biology textbook because it mentions evolution.
A Texas lawmaker was charged with a felony after he allegedly tried to take a gun through security earlier this month at an airport in Austin.
No wonder the Senate Democrats wanted to do away with the filibuster. They can’t spell it.
Further evidence that the North Koreans are engaging in the international meth trade.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory: “We didn’t shorten early voting – we compacted the calendar.”
Washington State Republican chairwoman Susan Hutchison claims that the $20,000 reduction of her salary from that of her male predecessor “play[s] into the ‘war on women’ narrative [used] against Republicans.”
The Michigan Republican Party has picked Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul to open its African American Engagement Office in Detroit.
A Minnesota congressional candidate has been shown drinking from a beer bong and licking a woman in photos.