Home » Archives by category » NEWS I FIND INTERESTING (Page 2)

Boy Scouts of America Hiding ‘Epidemic’ of Pedophilia

On Monday in Philadelphia a lawsuit was filed against the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) on behalf of a man who says a Scout leader sexually abused him.…

Study: 10% of Older Adults Are Binge Drinking

There are the usual problems associated with binge drinking—and then there's an additional set of problems associated with binge drinking as you age. …

July Was the Hottest Month Ever Recorded

According to scientists, last month was the hottest ever recorded, either equaling or surpassing July 2016 but we'll have to wait until Monday.…

These 15 US Cities Will Be Desert Wastelands By 2080

Climate-linked headaches are taking place worldwide, but closer to home, a bunch of US sites are at risk of turning into actual deserts. …

Shots Fired at ‘Bigfoot’ in National Park

Kentucky is more famous for bourbon than Bigfoot sightings, which may explain a strange series of events on Saturday. Seriously?…

John Oliver Explains Britain’s Boris Johnson and It’s Truly Savage

After a short hiatus, John Oliver returned to his HBO show on Sunday to deliver what Mashable describes as a "truly savage and clinical takedown." …

South Dakota Requires Schools to Display Religious Motto

South Dakota students will return to "In God We Trust" displayed in their schools—"in a prominent location," at least 12 inches by 12 inches. …

Baltimore Tells Trump It’s ‘Better to Have a Few Rats Than Be One’

Charm City isn't exactly bothering to be charming after the president of the United States attacked Baltimore as a "very dangerous & filthy place."…

California Flips Off Trump: Cuts Own Deal With Automakers, Ignoring EPA

California is flipping off Trump's fossil fuel oriented Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Four major automakers have reached a deal with California.…

Sneaky ‘City-Killer’ Asteroid Came Very Close to Earth

The Earth had a surprise visitor Thursday. An asteroid big enough to earn the nickname "city-killer" from astronomers whizzed by at a close distance.…

Heat Exposure Killing Members of US Military

A 32-year-old Iraq veteran was training at Fort Chaffee in Arkansas in June 2016 under grueling heat when he fell ill and was rushed to a nearby hospital—…

Research: Dating of Turin Shroud to Middle Ages Was Flawed

Whether the Shroud of Turin served as Jesus' actual burial cloth has long been debated—and a new studyis likely to keep that debate raging.…

Small Alaskan Villages Hire Cops Who Shouldn’t Be Cops

Earlier this year, ProPublica and the Anchorage Daily News reported that one-third of Alaskan communities have no police officer of any kind. That's bad. …

Brave Teen Saves Boy Attacked by Dog

Two children sprinted for safety as a loose pit bull lunged at a 6-year-old boy in the driveway of his Texas home Sunday.…