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Giants Thump On Royals to Win Game One of World Series

Giants’ hero Madison Bumgarner, who shows virtually no emotion on the mound, got the San Francisco Giants off to a terrific start in Game 1. Given an early cushion by…

Real Doctor Ron Paul Spanks Opthalmologist Son Over Ebola Flight Ban

Former Congressman Ron Paul (R) and his son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a dentist by trade, don’t see eye to eye when it comes to an Ebola instigated travel ban.…

Aggressive Brown Protesters Attack Fans, Police at Rams Game

Ferguson protesters clashed with St. Louis Rams fans and police outside of the Edward Jones Dome shortly after the football team’s victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, the St.…

Only 6 White Rhinos Left Alive In Entire World

The Chinese are responsible for potentially destroying entire species of animals, including Bluefin Tuna, Sharks, Elephants, and now the White Rhino, which is down to just six animals. Six in…

New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival Turns Ugly

(Newser) The annual Pumpkin Festival in Keene, New Hampshire, got a bit out of hand yesterday. It seems that students at nearby Keene State College threw an afternoon party celebrating…

Republican Dominated Supreme Court Upholds Texas Voter ID Law

(Newser) The Supreme Court said today that Texas can use its controversial new voter ID for the November election. A majority of the justices rejected an emergency request from the…

Study Suggests Elephants Can Detect Rain Up to 150 Miles Away

(Newser) Maybe the Weather Channel should start hiring elephants. A study in PLoS ONE suggests the creatures can detect rainstorms happening 150 miles away, possibly by hearing them even from…

Police Find Tiny Puppy in Drug Dealer’s Pocket

The police find lots of things, most of them nasty, in the pockets of America’s dirt bags, particularly drug dealers.  In many cases needles, knives, and half eaten sandwiches can…

Giants Accidentally Beat Cards With Ninth Inning Home Run

Well despite my many Atheist prayers and supplications to the almighty Unicorn, the Giants beat my beloved Cardinals last night when Travis Ishikawa hit a three-run homer in the bottom of…

Top 10 News Stories at a Glance-October 17, 2014

The president appoints former Vice President Al Gore’s chief of staff as Ebola czar. Jobless claims at lowest level in 14 years. The Giants beat the Cardinals in Game 5…

Nurse With Ebola Called CDC Before Flying

(Newser) The CDC says nurse Amber Vinson shouldn’t have flown—but the agency said something different when she called several times before flying back to Texas from Cleveland earlier this week.…

Herr Hitler Was High on Crystal Meth

(Newser) Adolf Hitler apparently relied on a stunning array of drugs while ruling Nazi Germany, including one made popular by the show Breaking Bad: crystal meth. According to a 47-page…

Ebola Infected Worker Flew Frontier Airlines From Cleveland to Dallas

(Newser) The second health care worker to test positive for Ebola in Dallas did so on Tuesday night, having developed a fever that morning; on Monday night, that worker was…

Jimmy Johns Bizarre Noncompete Clause Exposed

As part of a proposed class-action lawsuit filed against sandwich chain Jimmy John’s this summer, the employment agreement workers are made to sign has been revealed—and its noncompete clause is…

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