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Ben Carson Presidential Campaign One Step Closer to Reality


Dr. Ben Carson, a Washington Times columnist and former head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, told his employer Friday that he was one step closer to launching a 2016 presidential campaign. According to the Washington Times, the doctor who was the first to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head has launched his… Read more »

Stephen Colbert Breaks Character To Give Sincere Advice

Stephen Colbert drops character.

In a stunning change of character (literally) Stephen Colbert turned off his satirical facade to provide some genuine advice on life in a 10 minute Vimeo video. Joining the likes of Jon Hamm and Seth Rogan, Stephen Colbert took part in the “Ask a Grown Man” series on the Vimeo channel Rookie to answer questions… Read more »

Elderly Dog Walks 30 Miles Home Only To Be Turned Away By Owners

Elderly dog walks 30 miles to owners

A senior black Labrador named Ma Kettle has had anything but a settled life. Ma Kettle made her first appearance at the Chautauqua County Animal Shelter in Sedan, Kansas, back in 2012 when her elderly owner passed away. The aging dog was placed up for adoption and eventually was adopted out to a new home…. Read more »

Russia ‘Sissy Bombs’ Obama On Twitter


Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin “sissy bombed” President Barack Obama with Vladimir Putin “manly” photos on Twitter. The Russian leader posted photos which appear to challenge the manliness of President Obama. Vladimir Putin is shown in traditional manly-man poses and settings in each image, which include a caption created by Dmitry Rogozin. One Obama… Read more »

California: Record Drought Covers 58 Percent Of State

United States Drought

California’s record drought has reached 58 percent of the state. On Tuesday, officials confirmed California is currently experiencing the worst drought in the state’s recorded history. The “exceptional” conditions prompted officials to fine residents for overuse and misuse of water. On June 29, California lawmakers passed an emergency regulation to conserve water supplies. The new… Read more »

PayPal Drops Bill Me Later, Adds Credit


PayPal is dropping the Bill Me Later service and rebranding it as PayPal Credit, which is meant to better complement the company’s new PayPal Working Capital service. Looking at a more global audience, PayPal is moving into financial sectors never before explored by the company. PayPal Credit will soon be seen in the United Kingdom… Read more »