If you’re looking for the latest crazy Donald Trump sayings, you’ve come to the right place. Now, the Republican presidential candidate is saying that football is “soft.” He spoke at a rally in Reno, Nevada Sunday, covering topics from Iraq to football. “It’s boring. Although I love [New England Patriots …Read More »
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The father of a teenage water polo player killed in an allegedly unprovoked, one-punch attack in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley Australia has remembered his son as a “brave young man.” Cole Miller, 18, was knocked unconscious on Duncan Street in Fortitude Valley in Brisbane’s entertainment precinct about 3:35am on Sunday after …Read More »
President Barack Obama still plans to close the U.S. naval prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, his chief of staff Denis McDonough confirmed on Fox News Sunday. Obama will present his plan to Congress about how the facility should be closed and look for their approval, McDonough said, according to Reuters. If …Read More »
It was a miserable day in Demotte, Indiana, bitterly cold with freezing rain pelting the ground. But Dana Drew’s dogs wanted to go outside anyway, so she let them into her fenced backyard for a few minutes. It was about 5:15 p.m. on Monday, December 28. It was also last …Read More »
The Mountain of Butterflies: Four things you didn’t know about the phenomenon behind today’s Google Doodle
It has been 41 years since the discovery by Western researchers of a huge hibernation ground for the Monarch butterfly in Mexico dubbed “the Mountain of Butterflies.” It officially became the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in 1980 and was designated as a World Heritage site in 2008, but here are …Read More »
A teen from the northern Colorado area who police say was kidnapped by a male relative who was sexually abusing her has been located in Alabama, according to Colorado officials. Thomas Ludwig Fechtler, also known as Thomas Kitchen, was pulled over and arrested by Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies Thursday …Read More »
Someone is going to get really lucky in 2016! Wednesday’s $500 million-plus Powerball jackpot stayed in tact, so another chance to win the nearly nationwide prize will be this Saturday. At least $675 million, an all-time record in the U.S., is expected to be handed out to someone should the numbers align. …Read More »
It feels just like the other day, we caught our first glimpse of Prince George, being cradled in his mother’s arms on the steps of St Mary’s Hospital. And now he’s off to pre-school. With a backpack almost as big as him and his small hands tucked into the pockets …Read More »
TRIPOLI, Libya — A suicide bomber attacked a training camp for Coast Guard cadets early on Thursday, killing at least 40 people in one of the deadliest bombings in Libya in recent memory, according to security officials. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the bombing in the western …Read More »
The controversial chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court ordered counties to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples Wednesday, a move that could affect the United States Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriages. It’s unclear whether a large number officials in the state have followed his orders. However, …Read More »