Chase Lake Elementary School in Edmonds, Washington suspended several students for bringing in Nerf guns for a school project, despite prior approval from a teacher.
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The former President of Taiwan, Chen Shui-bian, attempted to kill himself on Sunday night in a bathroom in Taichung prison with a towel. He was stopped in time by prison guards.
After spending more than three years in prison, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial will begin on Monday on charges relating to the release of over 700,000 classified intelligence documents to the WikiLeaks website.
As summer fast approaches and the temperature outside rises, we all want to escape the office and go outside. Where better to go than a nice cool and luxurious swimming pool?
On his recent trip to Syria, Senator John McCain took a photo with several rebels who are suspected of being responsible for the kidnapping of 11 Lebanese Shiite pilgrims last year.
According to a former bodyguard for Osama bin Laden, the al Qaeda leader wasn't killed by Navy SEALs, but instead blew himself up during the raid on his compound in Abbotabad, Pakistan in May of 2011.
According to newly released data from the Social Security Administration, the number of people receiving federal disability benefits hit an all time high in May.
In this era of political correctness, the Washington Redskins have come under enormous pressure to change their nickname, and that pressure increased significantly on Tuesday as ten members of the U.S. Congress sent a letter to Redskins owner Dan Snyder urging him to drop the name "Redskins."
Monday, every team in Major League Baseball broke out new camo uniforms to honor the military for Memorial Day.
The Pennsylvania State Police have charged a western Pennsylvania judge with stealing cocaine from evidence in cases he presided over before he abruptly resigned last year.
Fans watching the Royals game last night expected to see a baseball game, instead they were treated to a a robbery and a high speed chase involving police.
After a season full of ugly incidents of on-field racism from fans and players, European soccer’s governing body, UEFA, has decided to institute an automatic 10-game ban for any players found guilty of committing racial abuse.