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Websites like Sears or Amazon don't just let you buy directly from them, they also let you purchase goods directly from third-party sellers. Well, one of those sellers was offering a swastika ring, and both Sears and Amazon took it down today.
Remember when Shia LaBeouf was arrested at a Cabaret performance for being loud and disorderly? Well, LaBeouf spoke out, in vivid detail, on Jimmy Kimmel's show last night about that drunken confrontation.
Let's just say that it's poor form to draw a penis when talking about the moisture left over from Hurricane John.
Police are on the lookout for this random man, who emerged from a New York City sewer, threw smoke bombs at a restaurant, disappeared, and looks nothing like a Ninja Turtle.
Ann Romney, wife to former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is heading up a new health care initiative in Boston aimed at fostering new research to cure neurological diseases, according to the Associated Press.
A mob went on a vandalism spree in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights Saturday night, culminating in an attack on a Jewish deli. Witnesses estimated up to 75 teens descended upon the deli, which had reopened hours earlier after Sukkot. Surveillance video shows the teens barging in, knocking over shelves, and throwing items at [...]
A newly-published Pentagon report reveals that the government is preparing for an unintended consequence of climate change: increased terrorism threats.
Grimes' refusal to answer the question certainly doesn't speak well of her as a candidate, but it's a political mistake, not a policy one. McConnell's comments on the other hand constitute a deliberate obfuscation on the health care policy of his state.
During the Kentucky U.S. Senate debate Monday evening, Democratic candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes once again refused to answer whether she has voted for President Barack Obama. The Morning Joe crew took notice and promptly mocked the Mitch McConnell challenger for such "ridiculous" non-answers.
Howard Fineman, MSNBC contributor and one of President Barack Obama‘s most vocal supporters, writes in an op-ed for the Huffington Post that the once “fresh, idealistic” president is now a shadow of his former self. Fineman boils down the reason for Obama’s tarnished luster to basically everything, including the domestic promises and threats to foreign [...]
Overall 2/3 believed the U.S. could be doing more to combat the virus' spread in the U.S. The public is split on President Barack Obama's response to the virus, which is a back massage compared to some of his other numbers.
Fox's Peter Johnson Jr. told Fox & Friends Tuesday morning that "determinations on ebola based on science and not politics" when it came to restricting or banning travel from west Africa.
Doocy "oddly" did not specify which politics, perhaps because doing so would directly indict the National Rife Association, which has fought Murthy's confirmation to a standstill by leaning on Senate Democrats.
The Dallas nurse who contracted ebola while caring for Thomas Eric Duncan was identified Monday night as Nina Pham, a 26-year-old graduate of Texas Christian University's nursing program. She was reported in stable condition Monday night.
South African Paralympics medalist Oscar Pistorius has pled not guilty to the 2013 murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in what South Africans are calling their "trial of the century."
Democrats have talked for years about the corrosive influence of money in politics, but Monday night, Jon Stewart targeted the party for its hypocrisy on such matters.
Atheist thinker Sam Harris appeared on CNN Monday night to defend his claim that Islam is "the motherlode of bad ideas."
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott appeared on Sean Hannity's show Monday night to fire back at Wendy Davis' ad bringing up the fact he’s in a wheelchair.
Game show banter isn't anything special. The host asks questions, the contestants make lame jokes, the audience politely chuckles, and everyone moves on. But one of today's Jeopardy! contestants told one of the strangest and most baffling stories you may ever hear.