That's the New York State Thruway, up there. Well, it was the New York State Thruway. Read more...
Last weekend, Fresno State officially began construction of a new monument dedicated to the Armenian Genocide. The monument, the first marking the Armenian genocide on any college campus, is expected to be completed by April 24, 2015, the 100th anniversary of the start of the genocide. Show More Summary
DES MOINES -- In today's Des Moines Register, columnist Kurt Munson presents a very good idea for a very wrong reason. It was a revelation to me that there was no monument at the state capitol to honor Harold Hughes, the liberal -- and quite literal...
Officials say man was rambling, insulting the president and admitted he drove into Ten Commandments display outside the Oklahoma state Capitol
A man is now under mental evaluation in Oklahoma after allegedly urinating on and crashing into the controversial Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
A couple of years ago, an Oklahoma state legislator decided that there needed to be a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the State Capitol. The legislature passed a resolution granting permission for the monument to be erected, and private funds were raised for its completion. Show More Summary
A Ten Commandments monument outside the Oklahoma state Capitol building was damaged after a man crashed his car into it. The man's name is Michael Reed, and he claims this was Satan's fault.
He may not actually worship the Dark Lord – no, not Voldemort, the other one – but he sure does listen to his advice! The man who drove his car into the controversial Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol building claims to have had divine inspiration, of sorts, for his actions: The devil [...]
Photo by the author Last night an Oklahoma man who reportedly heard voices in his head drove a car into the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol building. As you can see in the picture below from Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, he got it pretty good. It is appalling that this monument was attacked. Show More Summary
An unknown person drove a car into the controversial 10 Commandments monument on the grounds of the Oklahoma state capitol, NewsOK reports. According to police, the stone slab was smashed into several pieces, and John Estus, spokesman for the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services,...
Mount Rushmore. The Washington Monument. The Empire State Building. These are some of the most familiar, most photographed structures in the country. But though they seem unchangeable to us, all of these icons came close to looking very different than they do today. Read more...
What if I told you that the story of Ole Miss' monumental upset of Alabama began 150 miles from Oxford, Mississippi, in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It was there, at Arkansas State, in the town of 71,551, where where then-Red Wolves offensive...Show More Summary
The Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument is so big it makes the Lone Star state look like a stroll in the park.
Score one for the good guys: The privately funded Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Oklahoma Capitol does not violate the state constitution and can stay there, an
An Oklahoma judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit that sought the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from state Capitol grounds as an unconstitutional use of public property to endorse religion. Oklahoma County District Court Judge Thomas Prince sided with the Oklahoma Capitol Preservation...
You knew there would be problems when Oklahoma state officials approved a Ten Commandments monument outside the building in 2009 and built it in 2012: The ACLU of Oklahoma sued the Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission last year saying that it was unconstitutional to have a Christian monument like this on state property:
A monumental Fencai Imperial Qing Dynasty vase auctioned for $24.7 million at Skinner last night, setting a record as the top grossing lot ever sold in New England, and topping all sales of Qing Dynasty vases in the U.S. The SkinnerShow More Summary
A team of archaeologists from the National Institute for Preventative Archaeological Research (INRAP) has unearthed a vast Middle Neolithic necropolis with 20 monumental tombs in Fleury-sur-Orne, in the northwestern French state of Lower Normandy. Dating to around 4,500 B.C., the tombs are of the Passy kind, named after the municipality in Burgundy 70 miles southeast [...]
On The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 6 Episode 9, the Garden State ladies each dealt with some life changes that are nothing short of monumental. Dina bid farewell to her assistant Luke, while Amber received surprising news from...Show More Summary
Have you ever visited the Four Corners Monument? You know, the only place in the country where four states come together? It’s a popular tourist spot. Everybody wants to get a photo while standing in four states at the same time. There were misguided news reports a few years ago that said the monument is […]