Congressman Clay Aiken? If these people can do it, why not?
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These pols all made Santa's naughty list. Here's what they did wrong.
An adorable six-year-old is at the center of the world's most ridiculous sexual harrassment scandal.
39 Democrats broke rank and voted with the Republican Majority in the latest rebuke of President Obama's signature domestic "achievement."
At first glance the numbers of those "enrolled" in Obamacare are well short of their goal. When digging deeper the numbers are even worse
It's never been a secret that Bill Clinton is no fan of President Obama, but he's never really been a fan of commitment either.
It turns out you have to be pretty attentive when your job is to train people dealing in life-or-death-circumstances. Who knew?
According to Banished Veterans, at least 3,000 brave men and women face deportation today following service to this country.
Pyotr Pavlensky, a Russian performance artist, finds an innovatively painful way to protest Russian politics.
What happens when fraternity hazing goes too far.
Think you're smart enough to make the decision what you want to eat? Think again! The FDA is working to ban trans fats.
Ratigan once blasted Republicans for "trying to derail health care in order to take down Obama, even if it means half the country dies."
Robert Young Pelton wants your help in raising $450,000 so he can hunt down the most wanted man in Africa. Obviously, this is a fantastic idea.
Luckily Michael Moore answered the question, "When was the last time Michael Moore said something dumb?" today. Let's roll with his greatest hits.
Max Mosley has been confronted with the damning nature of the internet.
DNA tests show that many of them are fake.
President Obama repeated stated that Americans would be able to keep their insurance and doctors when passing Obamacare. With hundreds of thousands losing coverage, people were largely misled
Hipsters are mustaching it up for a good cause: Movember, a global charity for men's health. Okay, but we're still going to make fun of you.
Arizona and Hawaii will not be joining the nation's Daylight Savings Time party.
Everything is bigger in Texas, even the library fines.
Following the leaks provided by Edward Snowden, the NSA's internal document to those headed to justify the program mentions the September 11, terrorist attack as a talking point that resonates.
Dan McCall the owner of Liberty Maniacs is suing the two departments over a cease-and-desist order he received for parodying the department seals.
The CEO of Yahoo is doing huge things in future planning. Enormous even.
The University of Rochester ordered a student to remove the Confederate flag from his window.
The government wants to tax how many miles you drive, and where you are, and possibly how fast you are driving because roads or something. They're probably just going to use it to track people.