Apparently snubbing Americans on Independence Day by jetting off to Great Britain was not enough. Likely presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton decided to also spurn the Brits with her lack of knowledge of their political system. Clinton appeared to state the Conservative and Tory Parties in Britain were rival political parties during a BBC interview, the […]
Global warming supporters have been accused in the past of doctoring statistics to bolster their claims. Now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been caught doing the opposite, altering data to make the past appear warmer and the present cooler. The summer of 2012 was a scorcher. More than half of the country experienced […]
Belgian waffles are not the breakfast of champions. Today it is the breakfast of the enemy. At least that is the battle cry restaurant chain Waffle House is bringing forward this week in light of Tuesday’s World Cup match between USA and Belgium. The waffle chain took to Twitter Monday to call for a boycott […]
A case of buyer’s remorse? The Billings Gazette published a public apology on Friday for their endorsement of Barack Obama during the 2008 election. “Sometimes, you have to admit you’re wrong,” the editorial began. “And, we were wrong.” The Gazette proceeded to list eight key mistakes the Obama administration has made, further providing proof of […]
Stanford scientist ejected for trying to crowd surf to heavy-metal riffs of German composer George Handel
At summer music festivals, behavior can get a bit rowdy. Still, being physically ejected from a concert is more often associated with a rock concert than Handel. Not so in Bristol, England, where Dr. David Glowacki, a visiting Stanford University scientist, was ejected from the theater by other concert-goers after he attempted to crowd surf […]
Life sure was tough for Hillary and Bill Clinton after his presidency ended, as the former First Lady recalled how she and her husband were “dead broke” after they left the confines of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. to return to a life of destitution and struggle.
Let’s see if Putin interprets this as Western aggression.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), a high-ranking Democrat and Harvard Law graduate, may want to learn the authors of the Constitution before attempting to change it, as he proved Tuesday to be unaware of the author of the Bill of Rights.
#facepalm — over and over and over again.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) learned he has an unlikely doppelganger, one who couldn’t differ more both politically and in personality: 2013 New York City mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner (D).
Seats to see 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton are hardly filling up fast, as Living Social is offering a deal to purchase discounted tickets for Clinton’s June speech in Colorado.
Too lazy to get outside and walk your dog? There’s a drone for that. A New Yorker named Jeff Myers uploaded a video to Vimeo that showcases his brilliant idea of combining a mindless task — taking the dog for a stroll — with advanced technology, namely the AR drone.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) went to the Arizona Diamondbacks game Saturday night, and let’s just say he got a little excited when Paul Goldschmidt hit his first of two home runs of the night.
In an utterly bizarre interview aired in its entirety on Monday night, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling apologized for his racist comments — and accused Anderson Cooper of being more racist than he is.
The CEO of Huy Fong Foods — the company that makes the famed Sriracha sauce — sees a lot of similarities between the United States government and communist Vietnam.
One terrified little chihuahua got a second chance on Friday evening when a California highway patrol officer rescued her from the median of a busy freeway.
A roadway sitting above CSX freight railroad tracks in Baltimore, Maryland became an afternoon snack for a large sinkhole Wednesday. Along with concrete and a 120-year-old retaining wall, six cars parked on N. 26th St. in Charles Village were swallowed in the land slide. Nineteen homes also had to be evacuated.
ASSOCIATED PRESS — TEANECK, N.J. — Police say a high school senior class prank gone awry has led to the arrests of at least 60 students in northern New Jersey.
The mystery of Taco Bell’s mystery meat has finally been solved!