Matthew Picca was about to propose to girlfriend Kayla Harrity on dock in Southport, North Carolina on Saturday evening when the unthinkable happened: he dropped the ring into the ocean. The couple of six years was vacationing with Kayla's...Show More Summary
If "birthers" are those who doubt President Obama was born in the United States, then Donald Trump apparently has "hairers." The presidential candidate complained at a South Carolina rally today about a New York Times article referencing someone calling him "the man of the toupee," The Hill reports. His response:...
A North Carolina man accidentally dropped an engagement ring into the ocean during a proposal.
Donald Trump spoke in South Carolina today. During his speech Trump invited a woman onstage to pull and inspect his... The post Hilarious!… VIDEO=> Donald Trump Asks Woman on Stage to Pull His Hair appeared first on The Gateway Pund...
Who says Donald Trump doesn't respect women?!? Oh, right, Donald Trump says Donald Trump does not respect women. But the Presidential candidate was conducting a press conference in South Carolina on Thursday when he read aloud a blurb...Show More Summary
On Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump — high off of his recent tangle with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos — held a rally in South Carolina. At one point, the leading Republican presidential candidate donned glasses and read aloud from a New York Times story in which a Hispanic radio host referred... More »
“Donald Trump put on quite a show during a campaign speech in Greenville, South Carolina, on Thursday, where he read The New York Times from the podium and asked someone to join him on stage to inspect his hair,” TPM [...]
The Donald Trump Show arrived in Greenville, S.C., on Thursday, and it did not disappoint.
PETA has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina against the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that challenges its current policy... The post Feds Sued for Rubber-Stamping License Application of The Farm at Walnut Creek appeared first on PETA.
From Donald Trump's campaign rally in Greenville, South Carolina, via Politico: “We are going to make this company—,” the business mogul remarked before correcting himself, “…we are going to make this country so strong and so powerful and so wonderful, and you’re going to be so proud of it.” Read more of Slate’s coverage of the GOP primary.
Presidential wannabe and hair aficionado Donald Trump is ready to put rumors about his hair to rest, once and for all. During a speech in South Carolina on Thursday, Trump invited a random person from the audience to check out his interesting...Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump insisted a woman from the audience join him on stage on Thursday to prove that his hair was real. At a Chamber of Commerce event in South Carolina, the candidate complained that The New York Times had reported that a Spanish radio host in Los Angeles...
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump started a Thursday campaign speech by letting one of his supporters touch his famous hair to prove it's real. Speaking in Greenville, South Carolina, Trump pulled out a copy of the day's New York Times, which featured a story on the Spanish-language media's hostility to his presidential campaign. Show More Summary
During his South Carolina stump speech on Thursday afternoon, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump invited a female audience member up on-stage to feel his hair as proof that he does not wear a toupée.
GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at a rally in Greenville, South Carolina Thursday afternoon, August 27 beginning at approximately 12:30 p.m. ET.
In parts of North Carolina, homophobia is alive and well -- but so is resilience. And resilience, it turns out, is rainbow-colored.Wedgewood Church in Charlotte is well-known as an LGBT-friendly church, and this month they placed a sign...Show More Summary
The Kelvin Benjamin injury devastated the Carolina Panthers' offense, but a Plan B could be in the works. We break down the fantasy implications. Carolina Panthers rookie wide receiver Devin Funchess may be the primary replacement for...Show More Summary
on June 27, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina." /> A Key West official has vowed that the United States’ southern most city plans to restore a Confederate memorial, despite the recent uproar over symbols of Confederacy following the tragic deaths of nine people in Charleston, South Carolina, in June. Show More Summary
Despite key losses on offense, the Panthers won't be calling Cam Newton's number to rush more than usual. We break down the fantasy implications. Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers won't be running the read option any more or lessShow More Summary
Less than 24 hours ago, a story was posted on Inquisitr entitled “Tropical Storm Erika: This Is When You Need To Plan To Evacuate.” That very sentiment grew in urgency – especially for residents of North and South Carolina – during the night, as the tropical storm both shifted its projected course slightly eastward and... Show More Summary