Frazier Glenn Cross (aka Frazier Glenn Miller), the white supremacist charged with shooting and killing three people at Jewish community sites in Kansas on Sunday, has at least one person willing to go on the record saying good things about him: Daniel Clevenger, the brand new mayor of Marionville, Mo.
Prank calls to the police can lead to criminal charges for humans, but what if the caller is a dog? U.K.'s Thames Valley Police received a 999 emergency call followed by heavy breathing, only to discover, as BBC News puts it, "the caller was a canine." The culprit was a two-year-old Belgian Malinois, Leighton.
It used to be that shooting a cap and trade bill was enough to get you elected to Congress. How quickly times change.
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Today, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen delivered a speech on the economy and monetary policy at the Economic Club of New York, offering attendees a chance to quiz the first female Fed chair on the state of the economy and what the central bank will do next.
These days, it's easy to delude ourselves into thinking we're pretty spectacular photographers. With iPhones at the ready and a favorite Instagram filter in mind, our totally unique vision ("Ooh, a sunset!
Wednesday marked the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier to become baseball's first African-American player.
You may have never heard of the Norwegian television network NRK, but you may be familiar with some of the channel's wacky programs, one of which is National Knitting Evening, a nine-hour show that simply shows people sewing.
You may have never heard the Norwegian television network NRK, but you may be familiar with some of the channel's wacky programs, one of which is National Knitting Evening, a nine-hour show that simply shows people sewing.
Easter is a time to celebrate many things: resurrection, the coming of spring, and the love of family and friends.
George Brett used to play baseball for the Royals. Pop star Lorde has a song called "Royals." Coincidence?
We all know Lincoln's famous words about America's government being "of the people, by the people, for a tiny subsection of the richest of the richest of the rich among those people." All right, so Lincoln had a more inclusive vision of how Washington works than that.
Vice President Joe Biden joined Instagram this afternoon, and his first post wasn't the usual "brunching with my girls" photo.
X-Files fans, dust off your old fan fiction: The chemistry between Mulder and Scully is hotter than ever.
Apple Insider dug up an interesting piece in the ongoing patent infringement lawsuit that's happening between Apple and Samsung.
Affable gaffe machine Vice President Joe Biden is just a regular dude. He poses for photo ops while giving back rubs to bikers, and can charm a room of lawmakers like a septuagenarian Fonz.
Affable gaffe machine and Vice President Joe Biden is just a regular dude. He poses for photo ops while giving back rubs to bikers, and can charm a room of lawmakers like a septuagenarian Fonz.
Seeing Mad Men's unflappable Don Draper express feelings of guilt, amazement, or happiness is rare. But Jon Hamm, on the other hand, knows how to be a real human being.
ObamaCare is riding high at the moment. In the past few weeks, enrollments crossed the 7 million mark, the CBO projected the law would cost $104 billion less than estimated over the next decade, and the uninsured rate fell to its lowest level since 2008.
Gallup's latest economic confidence poll is out and it's still stuck in the red, down at -16 for both outlook and current conditions: [Gallup] That's better than the collapse down to -39 recorded during the government shutdown in October.