Florida pastor Terry Jones isn't concerned about a warrant for his arrest issued by Egypt's general prosecutor on charges that could bring the death penalty.
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The film that prompted violent anti-American protests and murder in the Middle East depicts the Muslim prophet Muhammad as a bloodthirsty, callous, skirt-chasing fraud.
Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Barney Frank ridiculed the Log Cabin Republicans in a Wednesday interview with The Huffington Post, suggesting that “their role model is Uncle Tom.” The gay Republican group responded by accusing Frank of being “a partisan hack” who “bashes his fellow LGBT Americans.”
Jesse Benton, the national campaign chairman for Ron Paul's 2012 presidential bid, flatly told The Daily Caller on Tuesday that Paul "will not endorse Gary Johnson," the Libertarian Party's presidential candidate.
The health care plank of the Democratic Party's platform, released on Monday ahead of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., praises President Barack Obama's 2010 health care reform law, but admits, "No law is perfect."
The Republican Party's platform committee declared war on pornography ahead of this week's Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.
Michael Brown, the Federal Emergency Management Agency director during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, told The Daily Caller that people should “calm down” about the possibility of a hurricane striking Tampa, Fla., during next week’s Republican National Convention.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan’s former parish priest says that the Republican vice presidential candidate's budget plans are not in line with Catholic teachings.
The Washington State Libertarian Party filed a lawsuit on Thursday asking that Mitt Romney be removed from the state’s November ballot.
New Hampshire Republican state Rep. Mark Warden told The Daily Caller he thinks the state’s Democratic Gov. John Lynch should pardon Adam Mueller, who was sentenced on Monday to nearly three months in jail for recording conversations with police and school officials without their consent.
Even before Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan was announced as Mitt Romney’s running mate, entrepreneurial cybersquatters swooped in to buy up relevant Web domain names.
Billboards sure to offend and enrage the faithful will appear at the Democratic National Convention in September, according to advocacy group American Atheists.
In 2008 Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, who was unveiled Saturday as Mitt Romney’s running mate on the GOP presidential ticket, told colleagues he was voting against his “principles” and in favor of the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program that authorized government bailouts of the financial sector.
A Florida woman claims that police pulled her over for a minor traffic infraction, strip searched her on the side of the road, and “forcibly removed” a tampon that she was wearing.
Mitt Romney is attacking President Barack Obama for allowing states to apply for waivers from federal welfare rules, but as governor of Massachusetts he provided cars to welfare recipients and advocated for greater state flexibility in administering benefits.
On the heels of New York Republican Rep. Richard Hanna condemning his own party as “incapable of governing,” his Democratic predecessor, Michael Arcuri, told The Daily Caller that he shares his one-time opponent’s frustration and would like a centrist third party.
Actress Roseanne Barr announced Thursday that she is seeking the Peace and Freedom Party’s nomination for president, with anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan as her intended running mate.
During a televised Oval Office statement on Friday morning, President Barack Obama mistakenly said that the U.S. would be giving Israel $70 billion for an anti-missile program.
The House of Representatives approved Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul's "Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2012" by a wide margin in a 327-98 vote Wednesday. But lost in the bipartisan revelry was the fact that eight co-sponsors of the legislation actually voted against it.