Remember that earthquake? Well, it wasn’t just an earthquake. Actually, it means the Second Coming of Christ is near! Just ask the Reverend Pat Robertson.
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Tim Kaine, former Democratic National Committee chairman and past Virginia governor, told public radio station WAMU Texas Gov. Rick Perry is “far too polarizing” to win the White House.
Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) is taking that whole “we need to tighten our belts” thing seriously. He will introduce a bill this fall to end the "defined benefit" portion of the congressional retirement plan, National Journal reports.
Hurricane Irene has a middle name, according to progressive author and environmentalist Bill McKibben, and it’s “Global Warming.”
Friends of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher are reportedly disgusted with the portrayal of the conservative icon in the upcoming biopic, “The Iron Lady,” starring Meryl Streep.
Mitt Romney’s $12 million, 3,009-square-foot home is apparently just not big or expensive enough for the former Massachusetts governor and his wife. He’s filed an application with the city of La Jolla to bulldoze the puny house and start all over again.
In a Sunday interview on CBS's "Face the Nation," Arizona senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain said his former running mate Sarah Palin had not asked for his advice on running for president, and that he didn’t know whether she was planning on entering the 2012 race, reports Roll Call.
The Republican field of presidential candidates could be about to get even more crowded.
Karl Rove, former deputy chief of staff in the George W. Bush White House, said Saturday morning on Fox News that he thinks former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin will enter the 2012 presidential race around Labor Day.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman said voters might not see Texas Gov. Rick Perry as “someone who is serious on the issues," in an interview to be aired Sunday on ABC’s “This Week."
Herman Cain may be opposed to gay marriage, but apparently that doesn’t mean he’s earned the respect of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), On Top magazine reports.
Warren Buffett, the billionaire head of Berkshire Hathaway and third richest person in the world, has called repeatedly for increasing taxes on wealthy Americans to help reduce the nation’s deficit.
Phillip Seaton went to a Kentucky hospital in October 2007 for a routine circumcision. When he woke up, his penis was gone.
Egypt’s Supreme Council of Armed Forces announced on its Facebook page it would pardon an Egyptian blogger who had been charged with defaming the army and inciting armed violence, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reports.
You don’t often hear about a real-life art heist. But a Rembrandt drawing, estimated to be valued at $250,000, was stolen from a Southern California hotel Saturday night, Fox News reports.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is all of a sudden the most popular guy in America. Pawlenty, who dropped out of the race Sunday morning after a disappointing finish in the Ames Straw Poll, is apparently now every other candidate’s best friend. Funny how that works.
Could Matt Damon be the next candidate to jump into the race for the presidency? The Guardian’s Paul Harris seems to think the idea isn’t so far out.
The “hacktivist” group Anonymous announced its plan this weekend to take down the website of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system. The online group’s press release makes clear that the move is a direct response to BART’s shutdown of cell phone service on Thursday, which was an attempt to squash an organized protest.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country’s first nuclear plant in the Iranian city of Bushehr will go into full operation by year’s end, Ria Novosti reports.