The notoriously gaffe-prone train enthusiast and current vice president of the United States made a number of factually inaccurate statements during last night’s debate.
In the wake of a strong debate performance, Republican nominee Mitt Romney is racking up a number of surprise endorsements. Here are our five favorites.
Video recording from the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya reveal that militants were highly coordinated and engaged in a “military style” operation, according to the Daily Beast.
A total of 45 Tibetans set themselves on fire this year to protest Chinese repression in Chinese-occupied Tibet as “egregious” human rights abuses in China continued, according to an annual congressional report.
Hold it, I’m confused. I watched all of the vice presidential debate last night, and someone did not show up. Vice President Joe Biden was there, but where was the Ayn Rand-worshiping, rape-redefining, fanatically exercising zealot who wants to throw grandmothers off of cliffs and whose budget plan is, according to the president, “thinly veiled Social Darwinism” that is “antithetical to our entire history as a land of opportunity and upward mobility”? That Paul Ryan was nowhere to be found.
Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan squared off about taxes, the economy, and Libya in a debate defined by frequent interruptions and inappropriate smiling.