Using their "almost 200 century-old [sic] formula," the editors of the "time-tested and generation-approved" Farmers' Almanac are predicting a frost-bound, Siberian winter for two-thirds of the United States.
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On Tuesday afternoon, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted out an email -- two identical emails, actually -- declaring that his yawning polling deficit behind Hillary Clinton in the wake of last month's Democratic National Convention will soon disappear.
A tiny faction of old, radical communist revolutionaries is helping to lead and organize the violence which has engulfed Milwaukee in the wake of the police shooting death of a black man who, police say, raised a semiautomatic handgun at pursuing officers.
A high school math teacher in North Charleston, South Carolina has been charged with drunk driving after she plowed her 16-year-old Pontiac into a police car on the side of the road. The police car then rammed into a police officer standing near the car, seriously injuring him.
Nearly six months after the board of curators at the University of Missouri fired mass communication professor Melissa Click for threatening a student cameraman with mob violence, the disgraced professor's curriculum vitae -- academia's glorified, lengthy version of a résumé -- remains emblazoned on the taxpayer-funded school's website.
The public school system in Cleveland, Ohio leads the nation in teacher absences.
An Oberlin College student has taken to the page of the Washington Blade -- the nation's oldest newspaper specializing in news for gay people -- to tell America why she "chose the gayest college in America" and why she is really sad that some students won't stop using anatomically-correct pronouns.
As the summer of 2016 dribbles away, it's time once again to celebrate the stupidest and most outrageous events that occurred on campus during the last academic year.
Roughly 15 years after leftist Hugo Chavez brought perpetual Bolivarian socialist revolution to resource-rich Venezuela, the country is in the midst of a total economic collapse.
Fancypants Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts is fighting racism by allowing students to segregate themselves by race -- and sexuality -- in neo-Jim Crow dorms.
If The Daily Caller has said it once, we've said it 1,000 times: Don't get all high on a trio of drugs and then ride around country roads -- in a bikini -- and then run your pink Chevrolet Geo Tracker headlong into a hive of yellow jackets.
A constitutional law professor at Drexel University has taken to the pages of Rolling Stone to accuse Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of an esoteric form of terrorism that, he says, is exactly comparable to the rhetoric of "Republican Christianists" who have, allegedly, urged violence against doctors who perform abortions.
Harvard psychology professor --- and celebrated pop shrink --- Steven Pinker has advised the Western world not to worry about the ever-increasing number of deadly acts of terrorism committed by radical Muslims.
Photos Of Hillary Clinton Have Surfaced — Here’s What She Looked Like Back When She Was Younger [PHOTOS]
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton is all of 68 years old now, but she was just 44 years old when she burst on the national scene as the trailing spouse of then-Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton.
If you are looking for an insanely expensive college located in a place where you and your fellow students will be subjected to a relatively high frequency of robberies, The Daily Caller is here to help.
School Officials In Sweltering Miami Ban Mosquito Repellent, Urge LONG SLEEVES To Fight Zika Instead
Officials with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools are urging thousands of parents to send their children in long sleeves and long pants for full days of school in South Florida's sweltering late-August heat because of the threat of the Zika virus.
Boston University student Katia Checkwicz posted --- then deleted --- a video of herself stealing and destroying a pair of yard signs promoting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
An internal memo from Donald Trump's presidential campaign obtained by FiveThirtyEight shows that Trump sought to court voters who felt a "persistent state of disenfranchisement" from the U.S. political process by offering them a "safe space" to express their views.
The latest Crystal Ball general election map of the Electoral College from Larry Sabato reflects recent poll numbers and predicts a November loss for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that will be worse than the drubbing Mitt Romney suffered in 2012 (but not quite as bad as the slaughter suffered by John McCain in 2008).
Officials at famously politically correct, generally whiny Oberlin College have finally placed a professor on administrative leave over her cascade of bizarre, virulently anti-Semitic Facebook posts.