When Hashim Fannin arrived at his local Family Dollar, he met someone who was looking for a different kind of discount – a carjacker. But the carjacker, 61-year-old Egdar Horn, almost paid the ultimate price.
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Micheal Brown, the 19-year-old who was shot killed during a struggle with a Ferguson, Mo. police officer, will be honored with a brass plaque near the spot of his death, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Cheryl Mills, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, and other top Clinton aides were personally involved in certain Freedom Of Information Act requests during Clinton’s tenure at the State Department, the Wall Street Journal reports.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a child who hasn't -- at one point or another during a long, hot summer -- chased friends around with squirt guns and water balloons. For the Boy Scouts of America, that simple childhood joy is now banned.
Democratic Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings wants Congress to get a raise. In fact, he wants every member of Congress and their staff to get raises.
It’s the stuff of horror movies, but it’s all too real. Millions of tiny spiders rained down from the sky in the Australian town of Goulburn, two hours southwest of Sydney.
Former Alaska Governor and GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin announced on her Facebook page that the wedding of her daughter Bristol and Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer has been called off.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, especially when the tree is rotten.
Many people have fallen victim to a wedgie, the yanking of one’s underpants up from behind by the elastic waistband. Fewer have fallen prey to the dreaded “atomic wedgie,” which Urban Dictionary defines as “When one is still in undewear (sic) and someone pulls up on the waistband and tries to pull it over the recivers (sic) head.”
The disclosure that Bill and Hillary Clinton raked in $30 million over just the last 16 months came as a shock to many, including MSNBC host Steve Kornacki who said he did a “double take” upon hearing the news.
Not known for subtlety, billionaire developer and potential 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump waited about an hour before inserting himself and politics into the tragic Amtrak derailment outside of Philadelphia that left at least 5 people dead.
Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake is pressing the Department of Defense and the National Guard on millions of taxpayer dollars going to professional sports teams to salute the military.
Saida Grundy was all set to start at Boston University in July as an associate professor of sociology and African American Studies, but her comments on race on social media may put that job in doubt.
The Clinton Foundation has for months pressured a top charity watchdog group to remove it from its watch list, New York Magazine reports.
Germany officially surrendered to the Allies on May 8, 1945, V-E Day.
The failed terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, over a contest to draw the best cartoon of Muhammad has set off a media firestorm over freedom of speech. Not so much about the right of event organizer Pam Geller to host the event, but over whether or not an event that would offend Muslims should be held in the first place.
Are art museums welcoming enough to minorities? While it's probably a question that never occurred to you since, if you are so inclined, you simply pay the admission and enter, it it apparently a pressing issue to some people.
Some of the reactions to the attempted mass shooting in Garland, Texas were less than understand of the concept of freedom of speech.
Filmmaker Michael Moore demanded on Twitter Thursday that America's police officers be disarmed and all African-Americans imprisoned for non-violent crimes be released.