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Did You Have a Hot Dog This Weekend?

Barbara Diamond: In the video clip you're about to see, you'll learn how hot dogs are made -- but I'm warning you, it ain't pretty. From the streets of New York City to baseball games all over the country, hot dogs have become an American food staple. Show More Summary

Florida Driver Intentionally Runs Over Motorcycle

A Florida man described as a "habitual traffic offender" was behind bars Tuesday after police said he was caught on video mowing down a couple on a motorcycle with his car. Robert Paul Vance, 31, was busted after police tracked him down using footage that was captured by a witness on Memorial Day in Pasco County. Show More Summary

Kristol's Presidential Candidate: David French

David French, a conservative lawyer and staff writer at the National Review, is the independent candidate that conservative columnist Bill Kristol was referring to his announcement this weekend, according to Bloomberg Politics. Kristol's announcement that a third conservative candidate was emerging ignited a Donald Trump tweet rampage. Show More Summary

California Governor Jerry Brown Endorses Hillary

California Gov. Jerry Brown lent his support to Hillary Clinton Tuesday, saying it was the only way to "stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald Trump." In an open letter to Democrats and independents in California, Brown said he was "deeply...Show More Summary

SiriusXM Suspends Beck Over Guest's Trump Threat

SiriusXM is suspending Glenn Beck's show for the coming week on its Patriot Channel after he seemed to agree with a guest who suggested illegal means to remove Donald Trump from office if he is elected president. The interview last week...Show More Summary

The Pragmatic Progressive: Obama vs Sanders

Sabrina Siddiqui, The Guardian: "It gives an outsized voice to the few who can afford high-priced lobbyists and unlimited campaign contributions, and it runs the risk of selling out our democracy to the highest bidder. It leaves everyone...Show More Summary

'Right to Be Forgotten' Extended to Newspaper Archives

The "right to be forgotten," which allows members of the public in Europe and Argentina to have references to their private life removed from internet searches, also extends to newspaper archives, a court in Belgium has ruled. The Le...Show More Summary

Neo-Nazis Throw Meat at Vegan Cafe Patrons

The owners of a vegan cafe in the country of Georgia say group of neo-Nazis started throwing grilled meat at patrons. It happened over the weekend at the Kiwi Cafe in the capital city of Tbilisi. The cafe was holding an English-language movie screening when the group came in and started the violence. Show More Summary

Stephen Hawking Can Explain Universe, Can't Explain Trump

For Stephen Hawking, the world-renowned expert in theoretical physics and cosmology, the success of Donald Trump's presidential campaign is a mystery. Hawking called Trump "a demagogue who seems to appeal to the lowest common denominator," during an appearance on the United Kingdom's ITV network. Show More Summary

North Korea Praises Donald Trump

North Korean state media has praised U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump, describing him as a "wise politician" and "far-sighted candidate" who could help unify the Korean peninsula. "There are many positive aspects to Trump's 'inflammatory policies,'" wrote Han Yong-mook, who described himself as a Chinese North Korean scholar. Show More Summary

Husband Beats to Death Wife's Alleged Rapist

A husband has been arrested after police said he beat a man to death who was allegedly trying to rape his wife inside their apartment in the Bronx. Mamadou Diallo, 61, has been charged with manslaughter, police said. Diallo's son Abdul said his mother and sister were alone inside their apartment when they heard a knock on the door. Show More Summary

Ginormous Gator Roams Florida Golf Course

No one ever said golfing was easy, but this goliath gator surely didn't make it any easier. Charles Helms posted this video to his Facebook page after seeing the enormous gator roaming the Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida. Show More Summary

Animal Activists Rush Stage at Sanders Rally

At least four people at a Bernie Sanders rally in Oakland rushed the stage Monday evening, spurring Secret Service agents to jump onto the raised platform and protect him. The identities of the individuals, who yelled as they approached the stage, were not immediately known. Show More Summary

Who Do You Side With?

In the 2016 Presidential Election: How do your beliefs align with the potential general election candidates? Take this survey and find out. The site states, " was started in March 2012 by two friends with two very different views of politics. Show More Summary

Medical Marijuana Scores Victory on Capital Hill

Marijuana policy is changing the way Congress thinks and acts. Like most new areas of policy -- or policies new to Congress -- it is not happening through a ground-breaking, fast moving, all-encompassing policy shift. Instead, through...Show More Summary

Woman Feared Dead After Crocodile Attack in Australia

An Australia woman is feared dead after being snatched by a crocodile in the Daintree National Park in Queensland. Cindy Waldron, 46, was swimming in waist-deep water with a friend at Thornton Beach about 10:30 p.m. Sunday. "Her 47-year-old...Show More Summary

Teens Troll Art Gallery with Pair of Glasses

A pair of U.S. teens have pulled off a successful prank at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art earlier this week. While Kevin Nguyen, 16, and T.J. Khayatan, 17, were impressed with much of the art on display on their visit on Saturday, they questioned the artistic merits of some exhibits. Show More Summary

Iraq Troops in Final Assault on ISIS in Falluja

The Iraqi army is facing fierce resistance and counter-attacks as it attempts to storm Falluja, a bastion of so-called Islamic State. The army's dawn offensive came a week after it began efforts to retake the city, just 30 miles west of Baghdad and held by ISIS since 2014. Show More Summary

Majority of Adults Under 35 Living with Parents

Young adults ages 18 to 34 are most likely living with their parents, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of census data. The last time this was the status quo was 130 years ago. The trend re-emerged in 2014 and is attributed mostly to the lack of desire to settle down romantically before age 35. Show More Summary

What's on Your Grill This Memorial Day?

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of grilling season. And though your trusty grill likely will get a workout over the course of a fun-filled summer, Memorial Day is one of the days where it simply must perform.... In 2013, Cooking Light created a list of the most common grilling mistakes. Show More Summary

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