On the night of July 7, 2016, a sniper opened fire in downtown Dallas, Tex., shooting to death Dallas Police Senior Cpl. Lorne Ahrens, Officers Michael Krol and Patrick Zamarripa, Sgt. Michael Smith and Dallas …
KINGSVILLE, Tex. – You’ve heard small towns described as “tight-knit.” Here’s what that looks like in the place Reality Winner, the 25-year-old at the center of a national firestorm amid allegations she leaked government secrets, …
Nothing ushers in summer quite like an alligator in the swimming pool.
The brave men and women of the Sarasota, Fla., Sheriff’s Office intercepted a reptilian visitor that showed up (presumably uninvited) to take a swim in someone’s backyard pool.
Check out what happens when they tried to persuade to get this guy to leave! (Hint: he was not real happy about having to leave the pool.)
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Guy Berkeley Breathed, creator of the syndicated “Bloom County” strip, posted legal documents on his official, verified Facebook page indicating President Donald Trump’s representatives threatened legal action after the cartoonist posted images of the commander-in-chief.
Not so, the POTUS’ legal rep says.
“.. while Mr. Trump is the nation’s chief executive and thereby a public figure, he retains the rights to both his and his family’s image for …
Bill Cosby says he does not expect to testify during his upcoming sexual assault trial and declined to clearly defend himself during an expansive, often rambling interview with Sirius XM radio host Michael Smerconish. Jury selection starts Monday and the trial is expected to last about two weeks.
The interview is posted on Soundcloud and is free of commercial breaks. (Scroll down to listen). Cosby’s answers often meander while Smerconish endeavors to …
Students from Mount Paran Christian School, a private school in Cobb County, joined Vice President Mike Pence for a moment of prayer during the official National Day of Prayer.
Pence posted these photos via his official, public Twitter account:
In an American tradition that stretches back to the 1950s, the first Thursday in May marks the annual National Day of Prayer.
Rioters mad about pretty much everything used full cans of Pepsis as weapons during a May Day melee in Portland, Ore.
This is so not how it was supposed to end, according to community tension defuser Kendall Jenner, who proved that all you need to do to mend fences is hand a police officer a Pepsi, and then everyone is friends again.
While National Rifle Association members awaited President Donald Trump, members relived his victory and booed his adversaries – chief among them the mainstream media. CEO Wayne LaPierre’s welcoming remarks included a (presumably figurative) suggestion to give the media a black eye.
See below for a sample of his comments.