Oh Boy . . . This is awkward.

We couldn't find the article you were looking for. Sorry.

We think the articles below are much more interesting.

Why not give them a shot?


The Top News
Display List: Hottest | Weekly Summary | Latest
Display Style: Full | Summary
8:47 AM - Thursday, October 02, 2014
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Robert Barnes
The Supreme Court took a pass Thursday on its first chance to decide whether there is a constitutional right for same-sex couples to marry. The court is considering cases from Virginia, Utah, Oklahoma, Indiana and Wisconsin where federal appeal . . .
3 hour ago - Latest Politic
The former Florida governor is on the fence about whether to try to follow his brother and father to the White House
4 hour ago - Washington Post
Down by five points in the latest poll, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) is calling in every big-name Republican for some extra help in closing the gap. But none are as big -- in Kansas -- as Bob Dole. At 90, the former GOP presidential candidate an . . .
21 hour ago - CNN.com
Ebola is on the move, and that doesn't bode well for transportation companies such as airlines.
RELATED STORIES:
22 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sam Levine
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top U.S. and Chinese officials publicly aired differences Wednesday over the protests in Hong Kong, where students want democratic changes to the electoral system. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi was visiting Washington as . . .
5 hour ago - thinkprogress.org / Zack Ford
A sperm bank gave an Ohio lesbian couple the sperm of an African-American donor instead of the white donor they'd selected.The post Lesbian Couple Sues Sperm Bank For Providing Wrong Donor’s Sperm appeared first on ThinkProgress.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
CHICAGO (AP) — While Washington's attention was focused on a Secret Service scandal, President Barack Obama slipped away for an overnight trip to his family home in Chicago and a speech Thursday to assure voters he is still focused on the econo . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Hunter Schwarz
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter (D) signed an ordinance Wednesday decriminalizing the possession and use of up to 30 grams of marijuana. “I do not condone marijuana use, it is illegal,” Nutter said in a statement. “But the punishment needs t . . .
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sara Bondioli
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the third time in recent years, the Supreme Court will consider taking away a powerful legal tactic the Obama administration and others have used to combat housing discrimination. The justices agreed Thursday to take up . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Reid Wilson
Do you Read In? Don't forget to sign up to receive all the political news you need, right in your inbox every morning! A1: The stories you need to read before your first conference call. -- Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned on W . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
ATLANTA (AP) — Almost two years after his Election Day drubbing, Mitt Romney is the Republican man in demand. The twice-defeated White House contender is campaigning across seven states this week, covering nearly 6,000 miles in five days to . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook On Wednesday night, The Daily Show discussed the Secret Service meltdown of the past few weeks, which ended in the resignation of di . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
The diagnosis of an Ebola case in Dallas may give Texas Gov. Rick Perry that rarest of things in national politics: The second chance to make a first impression. At a press conference Wednesday announcing the details of the case, Perry was fro . . .
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Emily Cohn
Warren Buffett defended Burger King's plan to expatriate to Canada in an appearance on CNBC's Squawk Box Thursday morning, saying that the deal isn't a move to skirt taxes. "I would tell you that overwhelmingly most inversion deals have had . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
A federal appeals court has struck down parts of North Carolina's strict new voting law in advance of next month's elections, ruling that they are likely to disenfranchise black voters.
8 hour ago - Washington Post / Ed O’Keefe
Less than a month after President Obama announced he would delay using his executive authority to reform immigration laws, there is evidence that the decision is doing exactly what he hoped to avoid: hurting Democrats. Read full article >>
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
At least Thanksgiving is after the election. You're sick of hearing about the midterms anyway, but you really can't bear the thought of having to listen to Uncle Gary go on and on about lazy millennials living in basements. Read full article >>
Untitled Page