If you think you're saving the world by liking a page on Facebook, UNICEF Sweden has got some news for you -- you're not. Liking a page is a great way to keep informed about a charity or cause, but unless it's part of a specific campaign, it doesn't actually do much good...
Hey, did you hear the good news? We managed to avoid soaring headlong off the fiscal cliff yesterday. Granted, the House pulled the plug on a bill providing emergency aid to people whose lives were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy to do it. But they did it. Hooray!(?)
If there's any doubt how strong the GOP's hold on Alabama is, consider this -- a Republican nominee beat out the Democratic incumbent for a seat on the Bibb County Commission last week despite the fact that he died a month earlier. Congratulations, Alabama, on taking partisanship to a whole new level.
With so much drama in this year's presidential race, don't you kind of wish politicians would just come out and admit everything they've ever done wrong? That's what Kevin Maher, a comedian and (fake) politician running for a (fake) position in this funny video, does.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Newark Mayor Corey Booker are legends in their own right. However, when the two get together, their natural competitive instincts kick in and they become bitter rivals that can make Seinfeld and Newman look like the Olsen Twins.
Politicians are often accused of being plunderers and pillagers of their people's pesos and personal principles. At least this party doesn't pretend about their piracy and lets their people know it by putting "pirate" in their party's pseudonym.
The "Piratenpartel" (translation: Pirates Party) has grown into a very popular political party among Germany's voters and political supporters. In fact, they've grown so fast that they are the country's third most popular political movement.
Just call her the "Secretary of Fun." Hillary Clinton, who was in Cartagena, Colombia this weekend for the Summit of The Americas, was seen drinking and dancing along with a posse of female aides late Saturday night at a club called Café Havana.
Of all the music fanatics and crazy characters to show up at SXSW, we never expected to see presidential candidate from New Hampshire, Vermin Supreme. You remember this guy, right? How could you not? He promised everyone free ponies in exchange for their votes.
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