South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki Haley told state legislators that she never used her office for personal gain.
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The rapper Snoop Dogg was detained at a Norwegian airport after a canine unit sniffed him. He was caught with 8 grams of marijuana on his person, Entertainment Online reports .
Imagine you are attending a baseball game and feel a sting on your thigh as an object plummets into your leg. This happened to Charles Sweatt, the police chief of the small Florida town of Parker while watching the Tampa Bay Rays play the Miami Marlins at Tropicana Field.
And we thought our Secret Service agents have problems.
A cousin of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Anthony Shadid says he left a haunting message telling his wife, "if anything happens to me I want the world to know The New York Times killed me."
On a Friday evening in 1962, or perhaps 1963, Ben Shaw and his sales employees at the Princeton Prep Shoppe in Birmingham, Mich., were watching traffic roll by as an ordinary work day wound down. But with young Mitt Romney around, Shaw recalls, nothing was ordinary. The future presidential candidate and three friends dressed in what Shaw calls "gangland fashion" hopped out of a 1930s vintage Ford that was double-parked across the street, in front of City Hall and the police station.
An Apple Store employee refused to sell an iPad to an Iranian-American teenager in Georgia.
Former Speaker of the House and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich spoke about his love of animals and why he lost to Governor Mitt Romney in the Republican Presidential primary.
Secretary of Commerce John Bryson resigned Thursday, less than two weeks after being found unconscious in his car after crashing into a vehicle moments after fleeing the scene of a previous wreck.
Conan O’Brien welcomed GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s five sons onto his show Wednesday night. O'Brien asked Tagg, Craig, Ben, Josh and Matt about their feelings on their father's decision to run for president, his pranks, and his love of singing. O'Brien even found time to play a quick game of true and false with the Romney sons.
Senator Charles Schumer has proposed a maple syrup protection amendment to the Senate agricultural bill.
On Wednesday the Department of Energy began financing solar power installation research with a $2 million award to Solar Mosaic. The solar energy research company has former Obama "green jobs" czar Van Jones listed as an advisor. It also employed Rebuild the Dream, Jones' firm, to do its public relations work.
A Kazakhstani high school student has been thrown out of school for bringing a 35-foot long cheat sheet into a university admission test.
After a unanimous decision Monday by the Federal Election Commission, presidential campaigns can now receive contributions through text messages. Both the Obama and Romney campaigns will be begin taking text donations immediately.
A former White House national security expert told The Daily Caller that recent cyber-attacks launched against South Korean newspapers could have been the work of North Korea.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was once quite the prankster. Apparently he was also somewhat of a felon.
Senator Bob Corker is “infuriated,” to say the least. He used the word five times during his appearance Friday on the Fox News Channel.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has bailed out the popular television show “South Park” once again. The court ended a lawsuit brought against Viacom, the company that runs “South Park” on its subsidiary Comedy Central, over the famous (or infamous) YouTube video “What What (In the Butt).”