Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is rumored to be eyeing higher office, but there's at least one kind of job he won't be going after: scientist.
In an interview with GQ Magazine, Rubio, who is a member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, was asked how old he thought Earth was. He replied, "I'm not a scientist, man. I can tell you what recorded history says, I can tell you what the Bible says, but I think that's a dispute amongst theologians and I think it has nothing to do with the gross domestic product or economic growth of the United States." read more
President Obama became the first U.S. president to visit Myanmar Monday where he met separately with both President Thein Sein and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Standing in front of the home of Suu Kyi, who was imprisoned for nearly two decades before being released by the military government in 2010 as the country transitioned to civilian rule, the president sounded an optimistic note on the country’s move toward democracy. read more
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The chairman of Maine's Republican Party said he believes voter fraud took place on Election Day after "dozens of black people," came in and voted in rural towns where they weren't recognized by residents. read more
Mitt Romney has a new theory for why he lost the election—President Obama was giving freebies to voters.
The New York Times reports that in a conference call with his national finance team today, Romney claimed he lost because of “gifts” President Obama gave to minorities and young voters. read more
Wisconsin Sen. Alberta Darling, a Republican and co-chair for Mitt Romney’s campaign in the Badger State, told a Milwaukee-based ABC affiliate that a voter ID law would have made a difference in the final statewide vote tally.
“Absolutely, I think so,” Darling said. “I know people will go, ‘We don’t have fraud and abuse in our elections.’ But why, why can’t we have voter ID when the majority of our people in Wisconsin wanted it, we passed it, the governor signed it?” read more
On the 10-year anniversary of being elected the nation’s first female minority leader in the House of Representatives, California Democrat Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday said she would like to remain on as the top Democrat in the House.
Pelosi, flanked by the women of the Democratic Caucus, dedicated her speech almost entirely to women and paid homage to the female resurgence taking place in Congress after an election season of sustained focus on women's issues. read more