CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- There are things that go bump in the night in Occupy emcampments, and this week's anti-capitalist gathering in North Carolina's largest city is no exception.
TAMPA, Fla. --- When we first saw the kids, two absolutely adorable children, we asked the little girl how old she was. She looked at us from under a chair where she was hiding at the main Occupy camp -- "Romneyville" -- with the world's largest grin and spoke from behind her pink flowery sunglasses.
"Anonymous" is planning a march on the White House in November, according to a notice posted on the bulletin board of the Washington Peace Center.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to stand up for religious male circumcision was applauded by American Jewish groups after she spoke out against a local ban.
Just before Independence Day, Americans are counting their blessings as they prepare to celebrate their freedom. Many, however, are still in debt or struggling with finances.
Illegal immigration has been a significant issue in the presidential race thus far. A divisive problem, the debate affects millions of people on both sides of the border.
Two marijuana advocacy groups expressed satisfaction after news broke that the City Council of Chicago voted to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana. The law will direct police officers to issue citations instead of arresting individuals carrying less than 15 grams of cannabis.
Internet celebrity Paul "I don't know what it means!" Vasquez, who gained notoriety for filming a "double rainbow" from his California farm, is endorsing President Barack Obama and repeating his earlier calls for an environmental state of emergency.
He once announced that "the rent is too damn high," and now Jimmy McMillan is saying that President Barack Obama and opponent Mitt Romney are too damn similar.
President Obama has been interrupted before, it turns out. "I love you back," the president often responds when besotted hecklers loudly declare their love during his speeches.
Amber Lee Ettinger, widely known as "Obama Girl" during the 2008 presidential campaign, told The Daily Caller she is "not as excited as I was the last time, that's for sure."
As New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposal to limit soft-drink serving sizes has gained traction, it has also sparked controversy. The measure would limit the sale of non-diet sodas over 16 oz. in restaurants, movie theaters and delis. The city's legendary street carts would also be affected.
Roaming the streets of our nation's capital, we asked people whether the president of the United States should have the right to order the killing of suspected terrorists without a trial.
Correction: The previously available video asserted that CREW is seeking to ban Fox News Channel by way of the FCC. That is incorrect. CREW's letter to FCC Chairman Genachowski is seeking the revocation of 27 Fox broadcast licenses, which would not include cable entities, like Fox News Channel. We regret the error.
Presidential contender Mitt Romney has worn many hats: governor, CEO, Olympics organizer. But do voters know it?
Mitt Romney is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, and November's head-to-head match-up with President Obama is set to go. The Daily Caller went out into Washington, D.C. to find out what people really think about the two contenders.
This week Facebook's IPO made founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's stake in his company worth more than $16 billion.