Willard Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, has begun his pandering lurch to the center. He promises to continue guaranteeing health insurance access to anyone with a "preexisting condition." And he also grudgingly admitted that some of President Obama's foreign policy moves haven't been awful.
Bob Woodward has written a book all about on the Trapper Keeper-worthy saga behind last year's debt-ceiling negotiations. It's clearly not meant to inspire confidence in Barack Obama's leadership.
Larry Flynt has a proposition: Deliver Willard Romney's financial records, and he'll pay out a cool $1 million.
More than 40 people were killed in Iraq after a wave of militant-planned bombings meant to—what else—put everyone on edge.
The thousands you owe in student loans represent something wonderful for debt collectors: a bonanza of new and untapped wealth.
Two tornadoes touched down in parts of New York City that no one outside of New York City actually thinks are parts or New York City.
An OJ Simpson prosecutor, definitely not suffering from sour grapes, now says Johnnie Cochran's tampering is the reason why the famous glove "[did] not fit."
Chicago cops are getting out gas masks, fire hoses, and bricks ahead of an epic teacher's strike—involving 30,000 teachers—that could come Monday morning. Okay, so I'm exaggerating.
You might say the guy who was found naked and blood-soaked after ripping out his friend's heart in the midst of an objectively terrible drug trip had no other choice but to confess: I mean, come on! He was caught red-handed! Wakka-wakka!
The TSA! Also still objectively terrible!
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