Tracy Morgan settles out of court with Walmart for injuries resulting from a crash with their truck last year.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick probably wishes he could have called an audible on his ill-advised social media play Tuesday. But too late for that. He apologized for an offensive Instagram post that appeared to make...Show More Summary
A mother in Georgia was not only arrested, but she was shackled and hauled off to jail after her son […] The post Mother Shackled, Hauled Off To Jail Over Son’s 12 Unexcused School Absences appeared first on Crime Feed.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian law designed to stop civil society groups trying to stir rebellion against President Vladimir Putin's rule is having unforeseen side effects: it threatens to close down a foundation that helps gifted school children study science.
Vox Media has acquired Revere Digital, owner of the influential technology business news website Re/Code. Re/Code is just 18 months old, and was founded by veteran journalists Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, formerly of The Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary
The Justice Department will not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to stay an appellate court ruling that President Barack Obama’s move to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation should remain on hold, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on...
Rand Paul came out swinging on MSNBC Wednesday morning with a strong take regarding ISIS. From the New York Times: Asked whether he was concerned that a potential rival for the nomination such as Senator Lindsey Graham would target him for being an isolationist on international affairs, Mr. Show More Summary
Carly Fiorina is a candidate for the Republican nomination for president for 2016, but much of her focus while campaigning is going after Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton, the New York Times reports. Earlier today, Fiorina showed...Show More Summary
James and the Cavs hit club hot tub Tuesday night to celebrate their Conference Finals sweep of the Hawks.
The Briefcase is the newest exciting show that will premiere on CBS. What would you do if you were handed a briefcase filled with $101,000? Tonight’s hit show will answer that question for a number of people. From the creators of The...Show More Summary
A Mississippi sheriff's deputy was about to be dragged to his death when his quick-acting canine came to his rescue, authorities said. Hancock County Sheriff's Deputy Todd Frazier was attacked by three men who beat him and sliced him...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, widely known for battling his waistline and bungling his dance moves, has faced backlash over accepting gifts—specifically Dallas Cowboys tickets—and has seen members of his administration implicated...Show More Summary
Teen fads are usually fun or have to do with fashion, but the latest teen fad is linked to a frightening urban legend about a Mexican demon. Kids across the globe are using a sheet of paper and two pencils to try and summon a demon known as Charlie. Show More Summary
Westboro Baptist Church is known for controversial protests and they’ve reportedly crashed yet another funeral by picketing. According to Omaha.com, members of the non-affiliated baptist church gathered at the funeral service for slain Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco on Tuesday, May 26. Show More Summary
Likely taken between 1999 and 2003, the Polaroid photo shows former Officers Jerome Finnigan and Timothy McDermott posing with suspect as if he were a hunting trophy.
A single line of text, sent via text message, has the power to crash an iPhone. The bug, which popped up on Reddit Tuesday afternoon, can force a recipient's phone to crash and reboot, or lock users out of the Messages app entirely.Show More Summary
After being re-elected president of FIFA, Sepp Blatter on Friday made a variety of odd comments, including saying excitedly he was the “president of everybody” and chanting, “Let’s go FIFA!” Among his remarks was a lone sentence addressing the controversial decisions to allow Russia and Qatar to host upcoming World Cups. Show More Summary
The wave of “color revolutions,” launched from the outside, has reached Macedonia, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said Saturday.
About 300 people participated in protet against the proposed data retention law in Berlin.
So former Baltimore Mayor and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is officially running for president and pledging to take on a cartoon cast of villains—bankers! fat cats! furriners who took er yerbs!—that have animated U.S. political discourse...Show More Summary