A laptop that belonged to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) contains documents that explain how to create bubonic plague bombs.
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University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign's Illinois Street Residence Hall has a bulletin board that lists a number of "dumb" things that "well-intentioned" people say that are supposedly offensive to minorities, Campus Reform reports.
The Department of Justice is giving liberal activist groups money from a $16.6 billion settlement with Bank of America, Judicial Watch reports.
Palestinian Authority Official: It’s OK To Kill Civilians Because ‘There Are No Innocent Israelis’ [VIDEO]
Senior Palestinian Authority official and Fatah leader Abbas Zaki went on Palestine Today TV in Lebanon last Friday and said he didn't want to join the International Criminal Court because then his group couldn't kill Israelis without being tried in the courts, Palestinian Media Watch reports.
An eruption of aggravation about the things American schoolchildren cannot now eat in schools is never far away in the Obama era.
The news website Vocativ was at Martha's Vineyard over the weekend filming a piece about the island's African-American community when they accidentally spotted First Lady Michelle Obama. They were then asked to turn off their camera for 15 minutes.
The family of a white man who was assaulted on Aug. 21 believe that he was a victim of a hate crime, CBS Baltimore reports.
The father of the ISIS terrorist that beheaded U.S. journalist James Foley is believed to have been a top lieutenant to Osama bin Laden, the UK Daily Mail reports.
There were more White House officials at Michael Brown's funeral than there were at Margaret Thatcher's funeral last year, Fox News reports.
Pro-Palestinian Protesters Block Off Brooklyn Bridge While Chanting ‘Long Live The Intifada’ [VIDEO]
Hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters marched and blocked off the Brooklyn Bridge on August 20, while chanting "Long live the intifada!," according to The Blaze.
A Virginia man with the last name Stoner was ironically arrested for pot charges, the Associated Press reports.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's mugshot is in the news. So it's a good time to look back at the ten best mugshots of politicians and celebrities.
The North Korean government unleashed a barrage of insults towards leaders in Washington D.C. and Seoul, South Korea, the Associated Press reports. A policy spokesman for the North Korea defense commission referred to U.S. President Barack Obama as a "monkey" and South Korea President Park Geun-hye as a "prostitute."
Following Browns QB Johnny Manziel's incident in which he flipped off the Washington Redskins bench, NFL's 1st and 10 e-mail had an awkward headline:
Amnesty International, a left-leaning group that says it stands for human rights, went into Ferguson, Missouri where they were tweeting updates from the ground.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has been fined $25 million and suspended from consulting for two years for aiding a Japanese bank in laundering money to terrorist states, the New York Post reports.
The Jerusalem Post reports that a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas will be announced before midnight on Monday, according to Palestinian sources.
An Idaho couple woke up on the morning of Aug. 17 to find that an owl had flown into their apartment and killed one of their canaries.
Ever since the name of the officer that shot and killed Michael Brown has been released, there has been a Twitter frenzy in trying to put a face to the name.