Romney Wins Popular Vote in North Carolina, But Ron Paul Will Win the Delegates

Mitt Romney won the popular vote in NC with 66%. But if states that have begun the convention process are any indication, Ron Paul may take many of the delegates.

President Obama Endorses Same-Sex Marriage

In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday afternoon, President Barack Obama officially endorsed same-sex marriage.

Mitt Romney Won the Popular Vote Tuesday, But Ron Paul Will Control More Delegates in November

Tuesday, Indiana held a primary. Most years by May, a primary doesn't mean much. This year is different.

Same-Sex Marriage: 2012's Top Political Issue

Today President Obama endorsed same-sex marriage, but why is this being treated as the most important issue of the 2012 election?

Gas Prices Are Decreasing, But That's Not All Thanks to President Obama

For the past five weeks gas prices have been on the decline, but President Obama is not solely responsible. In order to avoid future gas price spikes, America needs to reprioritize.

Guantanamo Bay is Still Open, and Barack Obama is Still Assaulting the Bill of Rights

Despite vowing to close it, the detention facility at Gitmo is still open.

Qatari Royal Family May Have Purchased Edvard Munch's 'The Scream'

The bidder who spent $119.7 million last week on Edvard Munch's "The Scream" is still anonymous, but rumors are swirling that the big buyer may be the Qatari royal family.

NC Amendment One Results Shows Conservatives Still Love Big Government

Conservatives historically sought to protect institutions from radical change through government action. Today, however, they use the force of government actively to achieve their private aims.

Ron Paul's 2012 Presidential Campaign Was a Disaster

Ron Paul's long career includes a string of failures, but none compare to his disastrous effort to capture the 2012 GOP presidential nomination.

3 Huge Lessons From the Underwear Bomber Plot 2.0

While details are still vague about this operation, the importance of human assets and information sharing should be glaringly obvious to everyone.

NC Amendment 1 Results: Gay Marriage is a Bad Political Strategy for Republicans

Center-rightists need to re-focus their attention. They must steer away from same-sex marriage and towards the issues that matter to millennials.

Richard Lugar's Indiana Senate Loss was No Surprise to Voters

Coming on the heels of intense media scrutiny, Richard Lugar's loss to Richard Mourdock was no surprise: Senator Lugar had been out of touch with the people of Indiana for years.

Obama Gay Marriage Stance is Victory for LGBT Rights, But Why Did it Take Him 4 Years?

Obama has done more for gay Americans than any other president, but it has taken him four years support same-sex marriage. How can we be sure he will enact change, and not just talk about it?

Facebook IPO Could Be the Pin That Pops the Inflated Social Media Bubble

Realistically what does Facebook have to offer? Would you invest in a company that buys a dodgy photo sharing app for $1 billion?

Crowdfunding Memes: 'Meh. Romney' Billboard at the GOP Convention?

If there’s one word that haunts the presidential campaign of Mitt Romney, it’s a tiny yet expressive one: meh.

Richard Lugar’s Loss Spells the End of Bipartisanship

Richard Lugar, the longest serving Republican in the Senate and a key moderate, lost his primary bid for re-election to an opponent who believes there is too much bipartisanship in Congress.

Jermaine Paul Wins 'The Voice' as Justin Bieber Performs 'Boyfriend' [+Video]

A 33-year old back up singer from Harriman, N.Y., won the $100,000 cash prize plus a record deal with Universal.

Greek Election Turmoil: Will Greece Exit Eurozone Amidst Chaos?

If Greece fails to create a coalition government, they could experience worse and even more painful economic and political downfall.

'Where the Wild Things Are' Author Dies at 83

Today the beloved author of 'Where the Wild Things Are' passed away. Reactions to his death are overwhelming social media, and even celebrities have taken to Twitter to pay their respects.

French and Greek Election Results Spark Movement for Anti-Austerity in Europe

After winning the French presidential election, Francois Hollande has emerged as the leader of a new anti-austerity movement in Europe.

North Carolina Amendment 1 Sign is Shot At, Video Goes Viral

After a video of a 17-year old shooting at a North Carolina anti 'Amendment One' sign goes viral, authorities investigate the incident.

Ron Paul is Winning the Votes of Millennial Women, Here's Why

Media "common wisdom" aside, plenty of evidence exists to show that younger voters, including women, will consider supporting Ron Paul's presidential candidacy and message.

Why Telling People to Exercise Won't Reduce Obesity

Exercising and eating can help reduce obesity, but the government can't force us to do either.

Dick Lugar Defeat in Indiana Shows the Dangers of the Tea Party

By pouring millions of dollars into the campaign to defeat the respected Indiana Senator Dick Lugar, the Tea Party once again has proved it is a danger to American politics.

Why Did Stocks Fall This Week? How Greek Elections, Obama Polls, and Terror Affect Wall Street

A review of factors affecting the markets in the early half of this week.

How Ron Paul Can Win the GOP Nomination Without Winning a Single Popular Vote Contest

Mitt Romney won the popular vote in yesterday's West Virginia primary with 70% of the vote. The state convention, dominated by Ron Paul supporters in many states, will be more important.

North Carolina Amendment 1 Means Daunting Electoral Math for Obama

While gay marriage proponents lost a battle in North Carolina, Obama's silence on the issue reveals his tactical concern for the November election.

Ron Paul Supporters Become the Thorn in Mitt Romney's Side

To combat the Ron Paul supporters, Romney has reportedly hired private investigators in Michigan to stalk state delegate.

Keith Judd Challenges Obama in Democratic Primary, Wins 40% of the West Virginia Vote

When asked which presidential candidate he voted for, Brown said, "That guy out of Texas."

'Where the Wild Things Are' Creator: My Top 5 Memories of Maurice Sendak

Yesterday, America lost an icon. Maurice Sendak's books have been etched into the American imagination; adored not just for their haunting beauty and imagination but most of all, their honesty.

Greek Election Results May Mean the End of the Euro Zone

After Sunday's elections in Greece, the country's citizens have shown their disapproval for austerity measures -- a move that separates them from Germany and could mean the end of the euro zone.