If you follow celebrities on Instagram, you probably are not alone, but you are definitely a lot more alone now after the social networking service purged millions of fake accounts.
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The school board in Catoosa, Okla. fired Wells Middle School teacher Heather Cagle on Wednesday because she stuffed 11 students into her Honda Accord and drove them to a nearby Walmart to buy some snacks.
Two Chicago men mugged Mayor Rahm Emanuel's teenage son right across the street from the Emanuel family home on Friday night — and gave the high school senior a bloody lip and a chipped tooth to boot.
President Barack Obama has appointed Tucson, Ariz. police chief Roberto Villaseñor to serve on a presidential police task force designed to build community trust after the riots in Ferguson, Mo. and America's recent rise in anti-police sentiment.
Two influential religious organizations have publicly praised President Barack Obama's executive decision to ease longstanding sanctions against Cuba and expand relations with the Communist Caribbean country.
The hyper-sensitivity about skin color that has engulfed fancypants college campuses all over America has now reached a state of glistening Platonic perfection at the University of Pennsylvania.
Most everyone in the United States has at some point encountered Arthur Conan Doyle's stories. One short story, "Silver Blaze," involves a dog that didn't bark. Spoiler alert: Detective Sherlock Holmes solves the case by realizing a dog didn't bark because the dog recognized the murderer.
In a now-infamous Nov. 19 story in Rolling Stone, disgraced journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely asserted that at least five members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity gang-raped a freshman named Jackie at a frat house party, then left her in a bloodstained dress to exit via a conveniently vacant side staircase.
Today's world is full of hipsters and weenies. We all know this truth is undeniable —at least deep down in the cockles of our hearts.
Vice President Joe Biden demonstrated that he is slipping deeper into senility this week when he gave a speech swearing that he once violently ambushed an unsuspecting kid who allegedly kicked his sister off of her bicycle.
City employees arrived to work at the City-County Building in Madison, Wis. on Wednesday to find a courtroom wall covered in feces. The incident is not the first recent encounter with excretion in the building.
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Daily Caller Patriots: Harvard Streakers Yell ‘USA, USA!’ At Race Protesters Out To Co-opt Tradition
Just when you thought America's fancypants Ivy League students couldn't possibly be any dumber, they go and do something like this...and totally redeem themselves!
An old, obscure history professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver is gaining recognition at last after requiring students to recite his own, America-hating version of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Most American kids attend public schools. On the other hand, the first daughters, Malia and Sasha, attend Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. Tuition per student at the private school is $36,264 per year (but that includes a hot lunch).
Sabrina Rubin Erdely's Rolling Stone article, "A Rape On Campus," has been largely debunked in recent days after an investigation by The Washington Post called her egregiously terrible and amateur reporting methods into question.
Professors of anthropology, the most pathetic college major that doesn't end in the words "studies," have voted overwhelmingly against a resolution voicing opposition to a possible boycott of Israel.
"Freedom of the press is essential" to Adelbert C. "Del" Marsh, a Republican member of Alabama's state Senate. "Freedom of the press is important" he proclaims. "Freedom of the press is not going anywhere in Alabama," he swears, except that he wants government bureaucrats to have the power to give licenses to the journalists who can cover Alabama politics.
Rolling Stone has apologized for publishing Sabrina Rubin Erdely's blockbuster article about a gruesome gang rape at the University of Virginia because holes a mile wide have appeared in the story of Erdely's star "witness," Jackie, and because Erdely’s egregiously terrible and amateur reporting methods have been called into question.