U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she's interested in hearing suggestions to improve school safety from students at a Florida high school where 17 people were killed last month in mass shooting.
--Selling Roids to Other Cops For Years
"Our democracy is only as good as people trust the results," former President George W. Bush declared in a presumably well-paid speech last week in the United Arab Emirates, a notorious Arab dictatorship.
MetLife Inc. provided new details this week about how it lost track of thousands of pension clients. But state and federal inquiries promise to drag on for months and will make it hard to put the scandal behind it any time soon.
They've got him surrounded
House Republicans released a disputed memo on Friday compiled by congressional aides that accused the F.B.I. and Justice Department of abusing their surveillance powers to spy on a former Trump campaign adviser, Carter Page
The FBI just released the results of their investigation claiming that the media mogul and found of RT killed himself by repeatedly smashing his head and upper body into the ground.
The Stupid Party Remains Stupid
Nearly 1,000 pregnant women were given radioactive iron by their doctors without their knowledge, as part of a series of experiments for the US military during the Cold War.
You may wish that the Pope would do something different, besides imitating a saint. You may long to see him turn his back on the same people you turn your back on, come thundering down on the sinners you find especially revolting. But this is what he
Following last weekend's erroneous ballistic missile alert – an accident that sent crowds of people fleeing restaurants and stores in a frenzied panic – millions of Hawaiians took to Pornhub.com to ease their tension.
We suspect Puerto Rico and Miami may be about to see a mass immigration... from New York state...
Masculinity simultaneously harms yet privileges men, syllabus states
'Flat Earther' Gets Another Opportunity To Launch Himself Into The Air In Homemade Rocket
A group of students was accosted by campus police for the presence of their "free speech ball," and told that it was scaring other students.
That's nothing new, of course. It began with our first issue in 1999, and has gotten more intense ever since.