President Obama, like he does with all top sports teams or athletes, has invited last year's NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and the 11 other drivers who competed for the championship to a White House reception next week. Usually this is an invitation that you accept, always, unless you're deathly ill in bed with…
Here's Michele Bachmann's first presidential campaign ad, "Waterloo," named after the famous serial killer town in Iowa. It's pleasant enough — here are my five kids, and then my other 10 billion foster kids, and here is a timelapse pretty Midwestern bridge, now can I be president?
Few mysteries among the Capitol Hill gossip set were more unsolvable, not to mention trivial, than that of the 2007 Lincoln Navigator with Texas license plates reading "WTF 44" situated in the Longworth House Office Building parking lot. Why would this Texan motorist be so perplexed over the current and 44th president…
America's useless air traffic controllers screwed up again on Monday—except this "mistake" nearly led to Michelle Obama and her less-important colleague Jill Biden getting blown up in an airplane crash. Spoiler: They survived.
An antiquated law is adding to confusion surrounding tonight's potential government shutdown. Under the 1884 Antideficiency Act, furloughed federal employees could face two years in prison just for using their office BlackBerrys or checking their work email from home.
The government announced its new high-tech design for $100 bills in April with much hoopla, including an epic YouTube trailer. But there's been a small glitch since then: $110 billion of them have been printed incorrectly.
At the press conference yesterday afternoon announcing plans for Ark Encounter, the religious amusement park that will feature a "full-scale Noah's Ark," a park official made it clear: There will be dinosaurs on the Ark, along with giraffes and such.