One of the women involved in the Secret Service sex scandal said in a recent interview that she was paid a small fraction of the agreed-upon price. She claims they had agreed upon $800, but the next morning the Secret Service agent wanted to pay her only $30.
In a recent interview with Bill Cunningham on WLW radio in Ohio, Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney expressed frustration with President Barack Obama’s jet-setting, leisurely lifestyle.
A soldier who wished to remain anonymous gave the Los Angeles Times 18 photos taken in 2010 that show U.S soldiers posing with corpses of insurgents in Afghanistan. The soldier said he gave the photos to The Times in order to show security shortcomings and prevent the embarrassing act from happening again.
In the last Presidential election, the treatment of dogs became an issue when Barack Obama’s campaign harped on an incident involving Mitt Romney. Now, Obama finds himself in the hot seat for his treatment of canines.
On Tuesday, lawmakers in the House passed legislation that makes it harder for areas to restrict hunting and fishing on public lands and ensures that lead will continue to be used in bullets and fishing tackle. The bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate.
John Brennan, a 49-year-old man from Portland, Ore., was trying to fly from Portland to San Jose, Calif., when he felt that Transportation Security Administration officials were harassing him. In order to make their job easier, he stripped naked.
Lockport, N.Y., law requires that electronic billboards can change only once every 10 minutes. David Mongielo thought the law was phrased poorly, so he had a sign that changed more often. As a result, he will have to spend 15 days in jail.
TV personality Dick Clark died Wednesday morning after having a heart attack.
Ted Nugent, The Motor City Madman, made headlines this week after giving Republican voters a spirited pep talk at the National Rifle Association’s convention about the need for change within the Federal government this November.
Last year, at least 1,788 people renounced their U.S. citizenship; many of them did so due to heavy taxation. The Internal Revenue Service began listing former citizens in 1998; last year’s number set a record.