Three homeless shelters in Chicago have undergone an extreme food-makeover, thanks to a partnership with Starbucks, the Chicago Tribune reports.
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Losing presidential candidates over the past quarter century have tended to become more popular in the months following the election. But former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has broken that trend, according to Gallup.
Jackie Kennedy's gold cartier watch has fallen into Kim Kardashian's hands for a cost of merely $379,500.
Just last month, 58 percent of Republicans expressed satisfaction with the direction of the U.S. But data collected by Gallup between June 7-11 reveals a 17 percent drop.
A petition on CREDO Action is calling on NBC executives to stop their initiative to make the news outlet more "centrist."
It was only two months ago that the video of Dr. David Dao being dragged off a United Airlines flight went viral. And the company experienced a PR nightmare because the public was not pleased with what they saw.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey released a video on social media urging citizens to make use of their Second Amendment rights, stating that it's "time for our citizens to be prepared to serve as the first line of defense."
On Monday, 175 CEOs and senior executives of the United States' largest companies announced their pledges to The CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion initiative.
The Harrisburg, Pa., abortion clinic, Hillcrest Women's Medical Center, has been cited for the fourth time in six years for breaking health laws.
In lieu of traditional Islamic prayers, the Muslim Council of Britain requests that fellow imams and religious authorities do absolutely nothing for the three London terrorists.
One in four registered voters who chose not to vote in 2016 cited their "dislike of candidates or campaign issues" as the reason, the Pew Research Center found.
The New York Times released an article instructing parents how to raise their sons to be the next SJW pussy-hat wearing individuals.