Call them the paintings that led to the picture of bipartisanship.
It wasn’t bringing a tiny toy gun to class or making a weapon shape with his finger that resulted in 6-year-old Hunter Yelton’s suspension. It was kissing the hand and cheek of his female classmate, actions that his school deemed “sexual harassment.”
Currently winning the Internet, we have the leader of the free world, his basketball-watching buddy from the U.K., and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt posing for what appears to be a selfie at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
A New Jersey man woke up to throbbing pains Sunday, only to learn that he had been stabbed in the back nearly 10 hours earlier – and that the knife was still there.
Katy Perry didn’t let her parents come to her performance at Obama’s inauguration … because they didn’t vote for him
When someone makes it big in show business and is asked to perform at a presidential inauguration, you’d think that person would invite their proud parents to witness the monumental event. But not Katy Perry, apparently.
Looking for ideas on what to get your favorite Republican youngsters? How about a Ted Cruz coloring book, featuring snippets about the Texas Republican’s rise to stardom and “what he believes will help America grow” as a nation.
Think former South African President Nelson Mandela defeated apartheid? The Rev. Jesse Jackson doesn’t think so, stating that the system of racial oppression “remains” in the United States.
What’s the best way to remember the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941? One Chicago area bar suggested drinking “bombs and kamikazes” — and is now apologizing for the tasteless marketing.