- On May 27, 2010 New York congressman Anthony Weiner destroyed his career with a single tweet. Weiner, who married high-ranking political official Huma Abedin the year before, accidentally posted a lewd photo of himself - that was meant for a 21-year-old college student.
- Miami-Dade commissioners agreed to a plan on Tuesday to outlaw the sale of bath salts, a synthetic over the counter drug that is often associated with violence.
- Romney insists Rubio is indeed being vetted for vice presidential candidacy.
- Romney said Florida's Marco Rubio is being vetted as a candidate for vice president.
Kate Upton Gets Patriotic For GQ July 2012 Cover, Talks Career And An ?Exciting? Wardrobe Malfunction [PHOTOS]Kate Upton got a patriotic makeover for the July 2012 cover and feature story for GQ, where the blonde bombshell spoke about her career highlights, namely one exciting wardrobe malfunction, since she exploded onto the modeling scene. View the slideshow to see photos of Kate Upton along with her July 2012 GQ cover.
- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was blown away by the sandwiches at WaWas, repeatedly mispronouncing the Pennsylvania-based supermarket chain's name as he recounted his first time visiting a WaWa during a campaign stop in Cornwall, Pa. Is the former Massachusetts governor out of touch?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Kisses Girlfriend Amy Reimann After First NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Victory in Four Years [VIDEO]Dale Earnhardt Jr. earned his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win after four years and 143 races without a first place finish. Earnhardt Jr.'s four year drought had many fans and critics questioning whether the good ole boy still had it. But after his June 17 NASCAR Sprint Cup victory at Michigan International Speedway, even his girlfriend, Amy Reimann, is convinced that No. 88 can still ride with the best of them.
NASCAR at Michigan 2012: Live Stream, Where and When to Watch, Preview and Starting Order for the Quicken Loans 400The Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway gets underway just after 1 p.m. ET.
- Brown, a Democrat who was was barred from the floor of Michigan's House of Representatives after saying the word vagina during an impassioned abortion debate, is planning to perform the Vagina Monologues on the steps of the state's Capitol building in Lansing.
- Two women legislators in Michigan were banned from speaking on the state House floor this week in opposition to an anti-abortion legislation. One believes it was because she is Jewish and said the word vagina; the other believes it was because she used the word vasectomy.
- The debate over minimum wages -- does raising the minimum wage put more money in workers' pockets or just leave more of them jobless? -- is heating up at the state and federal level.
- Congress has not raised the federal minimum wage since 2006, when it increased from $5.15 to $7.25 an hour.
- Nascar has suspended Kurt Busch for his most recent outburst towards a field reporter after a June 2 Nationwide Series race at Pocono. The controversial 2004 Sprint Cup champion had already been on probation before he went on to verbally attack a field reporter because of questions asked regarding a race incident between Busch and fellow driver Justin Allgaier.
- Jerry Jones has been the owner and General Manager of the Dallas Cowboys for 22 years. But 16 years after his last Super Bowl trip it may be time for him to step aside as GM.
- Ford Motor Co will pursue its boldest attempt yet to tackle a nearly $50 billion risk to its business when it begins offering lump-sum pension payout offers to 98,000 white-collar retirees and former employees this summer.
- What are former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty's odds of being chosen as Mitt Romney's running mate?
- The Harvard Alumni Association apologized for an entry in the 50th anniversary report for the class of 1962 in which Ted Kaczynski, the man known as the Unabomber who is serving multiple life sentences, updated his awards and current job title.
- It's safe to say the two 2012 contenders wouldn't have sat at the same lunch table.
- Consumer sentiment rose to its highest level in more than four years in May as Americans stayed optimistic about the job market, while higher income households expected to see bigger wage increases, a survey released on Friday showed.