Over the weekend, TheBlaze received a few tips from readers that the White House and President Barack Obama’s Twitter accounts completely skipped any mention of the 72nd anniversary of Japan’s deadly attack on the U.S.
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A 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy was suspended from school for making an imaginary bow out of his pencil, pulling back an imaginary string and shooting an imaginary arrow in October.
Business economists believe the Federal Reserve will dial down its stimulus policies in the first half of 2014, according to a November survey by the National Association of Business Economists.
A widely-circulated video uploaded to the Internet Sunday may show an individual’s failed attempt at playing the “knockout game,” ending instead with the attacker being the one knocked to the ground and beaten by his intended victim.
Anyone who thinks the Air Force Band is all pomp and circumstance, reserved for serious performances like presidential inaugurations, need only look at one of the band’s performances last week to see that just because they’re members of the military doesn’t mean they don’t know how to orchestrate a flash mob in epic style.
DENVER (TheBlaze/AP) — A man who cut off his forearm to free himself from a dislodged boulder in a Utah canyon was arrested in Denver on allegations of domestic violence.
Pastor Rick Warren reaffirmed his opposition to gay marriage in an appearance on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live,” saying he fears “the disapproval of God” more than he does Morgan’s — or society’s — disdain for his views.
A Sonic drive-in restaurant in Belton, Mo., posted a sign this weekend poking fun at the NFL’s Washington Redskins and Kansas City Chiefs — and some say the sign went too far.
LONDON (TheBlaze/AP) — Singer Susan Boyle says she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism.
Close to 100 legislators from 32 states met in Mount Vernon, Va., Saturday to discuss the possibility of adding amendments to the U.S.
There’s something missing in a video taken at a university’s recent basketball game. While the sounds of dribbling and squeaking sneakers are usually drowned out by the roar of the crowd, they’re all you hear in the first few minutes of this game.
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MSNBC’s Toure on Sunday tweeted that CNN anchor Don Lemon is part of a group of “white leaders” after his advice earlier this year for black men to pull up their pants and make other changes in their lives.
A Bible translator was tragically gunned down in the Bangui, Central African Republic, where he was working with ACATBA, a biblical literacy organization that partners with Wycliffe Bible Translators.
NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) — As if New York City cockroaches weren’t infamous enough, a hardier species, never before seen in the United States, that could withstand harsh winters has landed.
Tom Wagner was on a flight from Louisiana to California last week, but he had a layover in Houston. He decided during his first leg to take off his hat and settle in for a nap, a normal thing for anyone on a long flight to do.
Investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh is claiming that President Barack Obama mislead the public and omitted important information in making a case for a potential strike on the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria.
What you’re watching above (courtesy of Deadspin) is James Kirkland absolutely obliterating Glen Tapia during Saturday’s boxing match in Atlantic City.
Former MSNBC host Martin Bashir (Getty Images) TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week about MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigning from the network over the far-and-wide uproar he caused by vile comments he made about former Alaska Gov.