The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that Republican Sen. Pat Roberts on Monday was allowed to keep his job despite a challenge brought by tea party activists claiming he spends so much time out of Kansas, he wouldn't even qualify for in-state tuition if he went back to school.
Is Chicago heavy hitting mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel legit? Well, at least in the sense that he qualifies to run for mayor, given the residency requirements he believes certain prized items of clothing could have fulfilled in his physical absence.
Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel suffered a major legal setback in his quest to become Chicago's next mayor, but he said Monday, "I have no doubt that we will in the end prevail at this effort."
According to an unnamed member of Haiti's provisional electoral council, Fugee founder and hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean has been deemed ineligible to run for his country's presidency. Jean, who no longer lives in Haiti, had announced his intent to run last month, stirring excitement among the country's disillusioned youth.
A new order from the Israel Defense Forces will enable the government to deport tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank. The military order defines anyone who is in the West Bank illegally as an "infiltrator," and gives the IDF the ability to deport or arrest Palestinians without other cause.
The tanking economy is screwing over citizens both as homeowners and voters. The past two years have seen more than 1 million people lose their homes through foreclosure, and November's election may see the same people also disqualified from voting due to election laws requiring official notification of voters' new addresses.