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Indian Tribe Erects “Jesus Christ is Lord on the Crow Nation” Sign

In a move that would be right at home in the GOP, the Crow Nation tribe last year passed a resolution "proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord":The Crow Constitution protects "full exercise of religion," but, unlike the U.S. Constitution, does...Show More Summary

Prank Changes Highway Sign To Reference 'Christmas Vacation'

"National Lampoon" fans traveling for the holidays got quite the surprise this Christmas. New Jersey's Garden State Parkway got hit by a prank on Thursday when someone changed the highway's exit for Clark and Westfield to read "Clark...Show More Summary

Eurasian Union Finalized Despite Russia's Economic Problems

Russia and four other ex-Soviet nations on Tuesday completed the creation of a new economic alliance intended to bolster their integration, but the ambitious grouping immediately showed signs of fracture as the leader of Belarus sharply...Show More Summary

Alaska Oil Revenue Goes from Bad to Worse

Dermot Cole, Alaska Dispatch News: We don't know if oil prices near $70 or lower are a short-term phenomenon or a sign of things to come. The OPEC nations met Thursday in Vienna to plot strategy, deciding to keep their production quotas the same. Show More Summary

Christmas Prankster Changes NJ Highway Exit Sign From Clark Westfield To "Clark Griswold"

Ha some highly-motivated wag determined to have the happiest Christmas since Bing Crosby tap-danced with Danny fuking Kaye changed a Garden State Parkway exit sign to pay homage to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. The exit sign...Show More Summary

U.S. to share North Korea intel with South Korea, Japan

The U.S. will sign a joint intelligence-sharing pact with South Korea and Japan next week, officials told The Associated Press on Friday. The U.S. already swaps intelligence with both nations, but under the new agreement, South Korea and Japan would be able to share information on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs via the U.S. Show More Summary

5 Coaches Who Need a Big 2015 Recruiting Class

The quickest way for a program to turn the corner and become a consistent winner is to win the battles on the recruiting trail. It’s fitting that the period from now until national signing day also merges with the beginning and the ending...Show More Summary

Rosneft Hikes Stake in NOC

  Rosneft and Lukoil signed a package of legally binding documents regarding Rosneft’s acquisition of 20% share in the National Oil Consortium LLC (NOC).

Fan Breaks News of A.J. Pierzynski Signing at HoneyBaked Ham

As informed and quick as national reporters are, some fans are able to randomly break news first—thanks to bizarre luck and a sweet location. Take the case of veteran catcher A.J. Pierzynski's recent signing, for example. On Wednesday...Show More Summary

Italy Orders 3 More Aermacchi T-346 Trainers

Alenia Aermacchi and ARMAEREO (Italian National Armaments Directorate) signed today in Rome a contract worth 120 million Euros to provide the Italian Air Force with further three advanced trainer aircraft M-346 (identified as T-346A by the Italian Air Force), with […]

It's Official: 2015 Pay Rates

President Obama has signed the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act, which includes a 1 percent increase in military pay for 2015. Check out the complete pay charts on

Resolution Copper land swap bill signed into law

President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Ac, which includes a provision for the land swap (Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act) needed for the underground Resolution Copper mine to move forward.Resolution...Show More Summary

Jimbo Fisher and FSU Agree to New Contract: Latest Details and Reaction

After leading Florida State to a national title last season and to the first ever College Football Playoff this year, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher is signing an extension with the school. FSU announced the new contract: Florida...Show More Summary

Predicting Where the Top 5 Uncommitted 2015 Recruits Will Land

National signing day is quickly approaching, but several of the top recruits remain uncommitted. Where will they land? Which head coaches will make the final pitch? Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder predicts where...Show More Summary

MLB free agency: Padres re-sign Josh Johnson, Pirates land Corey Hart

Elsewhere, the Cubs fortified their bullpen depth, and Heath Bell signed a minor-league contract with the Nationals. MLB's hot stove has cooled off since the week of the Winter Meetings, but some teams were busy Monday making a few minor...Show More Summary

Which Team Will Close the Strongest Heading into National Signing Day?

National signing day is quickly approaching, with all of the top college football programs positioning themselves to sign the best talent in the land. And with many of the top players still uncommitted, there are programs that can still...Show More Summary

MLB International Signing Rules Must Be Altered with Improved US-Cuba Relations

Now we speculate, debate and wonder. President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that the United States and Cuba were working to normalize and relax relations between the two nations, and if this leads to an ease in trade and travel restrictions...Show More Summary

Republican National Committee Urging Movie Theaters To Show The Interview

RNC head Reince Priebus sent a letter to top movie theater chains urging them to stand up for American values and show The Interview. …an exclusive report by CNN’s Brian Stelter reveals that Priebus actually said, “As a sign of my commitment, if you agree to show this movie, I will send a note to [...]

Americans' love of snacks has spread far beyond that bag of chips

Symbols matter, which is why it's important to acknowledge that our truest national emblem isn't an eagle or a dollar sign or even a handgun, though each will have its proponents.

Cartoon: Un-Hollywood sign

Who runs Hollywood? Today, North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un does, after his nation's hackers purportedly cyberbullied Sony Studios to pull their Jong-Un mocking film "The Interview."

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