Michael Hoyt is the Ohio bartender who is accused of plotting to kill John Boehner. According to the FBI, Hoyt thinks that he is Jesus Christ and that Boehner is the devil.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is expected to announce a bid to take over the seat Sen. Barbara Boxer leaves empty after the U.S. senator retires.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki said Monday that would “seriously consider” a run for president in 2016.
Councilman Kirby Delauter, in Fredrick County, Maryland, recently threatened to sue a local paper because he had not “authorized” a reporter to use his name.
Emo-Emoji is a new digital stickers app that helps promote discussions on current events and troll your friends with satire inspired emojis.
Cassandra Fortin is the Connecticut 17-year-old girl who has cancer but doesn’t want chemotherapy. The state has taken her into custody, citing “medical neglect” by her mother.
Former New York governor Mario Cuomo has died at age 82. Read on for details on his wife, his famous sons, and his many accomplishments throughout his career.
U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, majority whip in the U.S. House of Representatives, was “friendly” with well-known hate group leader Kenny Knight, according to David Duke.
Sony announced the controversial film will be available on demand. Find out how you can watch it here.
The Internet in North Korea is down following a possible DDoS attack. This comes in the wake of cyber attacks from the country over the movie “The Interview.”
Grocery store heiress Andrea Catsimatidis and Richard Nixon’s grandson Christopher Cox are getting divorced after three years of marriage.
Andrea Catsimatidis, the supermarket heiress recently photographed with Bill Clinton, has filed for divorce from husband Christopher Nixon Cox.
Alan Gross has been freed from a Cuban jail after five years in captivity. He was released and returned to the US on December 17.
Lauren Greene alleges that Tea Party congressman Blake Farenthold had “wet dreams” about her and regularly “drank to excess” in a shocking new lawsuit.
The nearly 500-page Senate torture report released Tuesday reveals shocking details of the torture performed during interrogations of subjects under CIA custody.