... until one of them gives up (or gets knocked out)
The US has threatened to revoke visas for members of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague should they so much as investigate any criminal actions of American military personnel.
Terminal pancreatic cancer patient shares video from his hospital bed of cops searching his bags for marijuana after he admitted taking THC pills to try and combat the crippling pain
A Utah elementary school teacher apologized to one of her Catholic students Wednesday -- and may still face disciplinary action -- after she forced him to wash off the Ash Wednesday cross on his forehead, the boy's family said.
His work included overwhelmingly white characters, study says
Bill de Blasio's wife can't account for staggering amount of taxpayer money that the NY Mayor gave her for mental health project
An 11-year-old Polk County student refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, and after explaining his reasons, he was kicked out of class and eventually arrested for being disruptive and disobeying commands to calm down and leave the classroom.
Pope Francis has acknowledged that the Roman Catholic Church has a persistent problem in which nuns are sexually abused by priests and bishops who have resorted to using them as "sex slaves."
Having started on Monday, the US Army continues its war drills across the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area through Saturday with the goal of enhancing Army Special Forces skills by "operating in urban environments", Army Special Operations Comma
Autopilot in California - just a week after the same thing happened in Vegas
The U.S. retreat from northeast Syria is still not happening. In yesterdays interview with CBS President Trump again said the troops would leave, but the the Pentagon is doing the opposite of retreating.
Attorneys and guardians have plundered the estate of Marvin Siegel, a retired attorney from Boxford, Massachusetts. At the same time they have gone through the courts to isolate him from his children and essentially imprison him in his own home.
"We can't make mistakes. We can't get indicted," Michelle Obama said on Tuesday.
Judge rejects proposition that personal images posted on social media are free grist for use by media companies
Celine Dion Starts Weird Demonic Clothing Line For Kids
New Jersey Town Wants Homeowners to Pay $2,000 a Night
You're going to love our new Democrat overlords (and if you don't you'll be blocked from the financial system)!
Psychologist reveals the red flags to look out for - including charm, lying and difficulty holding down a job
(hint: She was somehow elected to one of them)...(Natural News) As a legislator, Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez makes a pretty good activist, given that in the short time since she won her seat during the midterm elections earlier this month sh
Update: This is even worse! A Survivor of the Paradise Fire Explains how the FIRES were set all around the perimeter of this small town, so no one could get out! Fast Forward to 13 minutes into the following video to hear Paradise Fire Victim (Not
Mark Dice Video-Cable news Montage, Trump Racism, and the end of America
It's Like 'Alex Jones Is President'
Senate Democrats and abortion activists did their best to promote unproven allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh before his confirmation vote in the Senate. Now, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley is looking for a possible criminal probe
In a really strange turn of events, it has been discovered that bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc worked at Ultra Gentleman's Club in West Palm Beach, FL, the same strip club that Stormy Daniels performed at back in April, WPTV reported.
According to news reports NBC has cancelled Megyn Kelly's program for making "insensitive comments" while participating in a panel discussion on the appropriateness of blackface in Halloween costumes.
A Northern California judge on Monday upheld a jury's verdict that found Monsanto's weed killer caused a groundskeeper's cancer, but she slashed the amount of money to be paid from $289 million to $78 million.
Baby bonds, explained.
--lands his plane on a California freeway after the engine failed during a flying lesson (and it comes dangerously close to several cars)
A 31-year-old lieutenant in the Saudi Royal Air Force said to have participated in the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi died in a "suspicious car accident" in Riyadh, according to Turkish media.
A rare condition causing weakness in the arms or legs -- and sometimes paralysis -- has been confirmed in 62 children so far this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.