The Free Republic of Liberland, a micronation in disputed territory between Serbia and Croatia, has a website, a flag, and a coat of arms, Now, it's looking for citizens.
1996 was a simpler time: the information superhighway was but a dirt road and politicians were already trying to get your email address.
Between shaming poor people, restricting abortions and legalizing discrimination, Gov. Sam Brownback's "experiment" has made his state the most conservative in the union.
The 2016 Republican presidential candidates have a gift for saying stupid shit, so it's only a matter of time before they all torpedo their own campaigns.
VICE is driven blindfolded to the secret HQ of the Al-Zebabist Nation of OOOG, who are running against Farage in South Thanet, Kent.
What began as protests for higher wages and unions has turned into a social justice movement that aims to rally low-wage workers against systemic inequality.
Doug Hughes says he would rather die than "see this country fail." So naturally, he flew a small aircraft to Washington, DC.
Homelessness has risen by 55 percent in the UK since David Cameron became prime minister. We asked a number of homeless young Brits for their thoughts on how the country's being run.
A federal judge ruled to keep marijuana's position on the list of Schedule 1 drugs, alongside heroin, meth, and other drugs that are known for abuse-potential and lack medical merit.
Who will stand up for the Oxbridge elite at Election '15?
No one likes paying taxes, but a surprising number of Americans have gone to violent extremes, taking their anger out on the bland functionaries at the IRS.
After years of warning that President Barack Obama is coming after Americans' guns, the NRA eagerly embraced a new target, directing its deranged doomsday predictions toward the new Democratic presidential candidate.
The Florida Republican becomes the fourth major candidate to jump into the 2016 presidential race.
Is the increased support for the Greens' merely disaffected voters turning away from the major parties, or a sign that the Australian electorate is turning towards more progressive ideals?
Voters are ready for Hillary, but as she cakewalks to the Democratic nomination, her challenge is to get them excited.
The 2016 presidential candidate has distanced himself from his father's hardcore supporters, and the GOP establishment still doesn't fully trust him. Where is he going to get voters?
Calling the practice "potentially devastating," the White House praised state efforts to end conversion therapy, but stopped short of calling for a federal ban.
Did we get a behind-the-scenes look at the prime minister's day-to-day life, or another stage-managed grab for votes?
The Kentucky Senator wants to be all things for all voters. But there's a fine line between inclusivity and pandering.
The Kentucky Republican made it official Tuesday morning and gives a formal speech in Louisville at noon.
In Hezbollah's homeland of Lebanon, the preliminary agreement between the US and Iran to scale back the Islamic Republic's nuclear enrichment program is being celebrated as a resounding victory.
The DEA's anti-weed policies been a source of frustration among marijuana activists for decades. But recent statements by Obama and new bipartisan bills in Congress have raised their hopes.
It was supposed to be a confusing punch-up, but instead it was a tightly choreographed fight scene.
After the Telegraph found 100 rich CEOs who want the Conservative Party to with the election, we found some strangers in the street who don't want that to happen.