September 1, 2013
President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who has ruled the oil-rich Central Asian republic since before the collapse of the Soviet Union, reportedly paid Kanye $3 million to play.
A quiet groundswell in the districts preceded the president's reversal. Talk of impeachment.
"There's a lot of memories of another time when the president's people came in and said they had slam-dunk intelligence and that's not an episode most members ever want to repeat," said Rep. Jim Himes.
Internet interest in twerking reached a peak Tuesday, and by Thursday the words "twerk" or "twerking" were used on television more than a thousand times in a day. Congratulations, you made it through peak twerk.
Progressive leaders and organizations are happy Obama is going to Congress — but to do what? "We are not united as a community," says Jim Dean.
Dmitry Isakov may become the first person convicted under a law banning "promoting non-traditional sexual relations."
"Congress shall have power to ... declare War" But Congress hasn't actually declared war since World War II.
"Iraq War Haunts Obama." [Ed. note: Some of these translations may not been exact.]
Cool enough to turn on the oven, but still warm enough for ice cream. September, you're the best.
The Electric Zoo dance music festival held on Randall’s Island in New York City ended a day early after two concertgoers died from apparent overdoses of MDMA.
Frost, known his 1977 interview with former President Richard Nixon, passed away Saturday.
Updated: "Hair samples and blood samples have tested positive for signatures of Sarin," Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday on "Meet The Press." "This case is building and this case will build."
In an open letter to the Russian president, activist Scott Lively tells Vladimir Putin his fight against the "homosexualist movement" has just begun.
"So sorry I offended so many vegans. In Missouri we raise pigs and cattle and chickens to eat them."
The former Secretary of State, who once pushed to aid and arm the Syrian rebels, has yet to weigh in on Obama's plan for military intervention. A "lasting regret."
The memes are running 10-1 against, Mr. President.
After making an impassioned case earlier this week against another war, the senate candidate defers to Obama's judgement. "I expect that the president will clearly delineate what the strategic objectives are," says Booker.