An English mother has galvanized a widening search for her daughter’s missing toy rabbit, amassing an army of helpers that otherwise would exist only in a children’s book. Three-year-old Ruby Stewart of Edinburgh reportedly lost ‘Mr. Rabbit’ during a weekend trip to London, prompting her mother, Zoe, to ask locals to keep their eyes out for the stuffed animal.
Carli Sprague is a writer at Red Alert Politics. She is a senior at California Baptist University in Riverside, Calif., where she is majoring in journalism. Carli writes for her student newspaper and in her free time enjoys hiking, cooking and traveling. You can follow Carli on Twitter at @carlisprague.
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One California man had to go through the stages of grief all over again after learning that Google was displaying his slain son’s body online as part of its Google Maps program.
YAL recently opened its 500th chapter, this one at Ivy League institution Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., beginning not only a new campus group but introducing a new era for YAL. The landmark signifies the organization’s growth and is a “testament to the liberty movement,” a spokeswoman told Red Alert Politics.
Late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel once again asked parents to participate in the ultimate annual prank: record their children’s devastated reactions to the news that all their Halloween candy has been eaten.
Pro-life organization Students for Life of America set up 915 pink crosses on the U.S. Capital lawn on Thursday, calling for Congress to defund Planned Parenthood.
For one Arizona woman, it’s been a case of don’t drink the water, but don’t complain about it, either.
Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-Calif.), an emergency room physician in private life, assisted a fellow passenger who had collapsed while onboard a flight to Dallas on Thursday, CBS Los Angeles reported.
Multiple colleges across the country have advised their students against wearing costumes this Halloween that are outright unacceptable or could be perceived as perpetuating stereotypes. One university is taking it a step further, looking down on dressing up as icons of the American West’s culture.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney dismissed critics of Obamacare’s early website failings on “Piers Morgan Live” Monday night, playing damage control in tamping down the political angle of the issue and looking ahead to when the site will fully work.
When Laura Diers happened to spot a partially unfolded leather wallet last month along a highway entrance ramp in Ames, Iowa, she decided to be a good samaritan and stop to pick it up. What the mother of four did next was not only encouraging, but a rare act of kindness that will not soon be forgotten.
Student researchers at Connecticut College recently discovered that Oreos are not only America’s Favorite Cookie, but also may be dangerously addictive like some less savory substances.
Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is definitely enjoying his retirement, but even after an influx of leisure time, he still has no clue what twerking is — and he doesn’t seem to care.
Sandra Bullock has consistently proven herself to be a talented actress, but recently revealed another secret talent — rapping.
Elizabeth Smart, who endured one of the most publicized kidnappings in recent memory, discussed how hardships can empower an extraordinary life at George Washington University on Thursday.
At first it appeared as though weatherman Scot Haney was simply breaking the three-second rule of eating his spilled cereal off the newsroom floor Wednesday. Turns out looks can be deceiving — and taste awful.
Just like he did last week with his Obamacare spoof, Jimmy Kimmel has successfully found a way to make light of the current federal government shutdown – all the while making fun of the American electorate.
Anonymous street artist Banksy has been making his way around New York City recently, and Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert is daring the British graffitist to try vandalizing his TV studio.
Former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal shared some laughs with a tow man Tuesday night after apparently neglecting to feed a parking meter and getting a parking ‘boot’ on his truck.
For the second day in a row, World War II veterans visited their memorial in Washington, D.C. — despite barricades set up to close the site during the government shutdown.