Four American Veterans, including Raymond Earl Knaeble IV, recently found ...
Looks like Mitt Romney has a lot of disappointments about the presidency. Romney expressed this by slamming President Obama, and former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, for “failed leadership”. According to Christian Science Monitor, former Republican candidate Mitt Romney said in an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, how Obama and Hillary Clinton have… Read more »
Maldives islanders now say that they saw what they think was Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 zooming over their rooftops on the same morning that the now-missing Boeing 777-200 vanished. The small island nation, officially known as the Republic of Maldives, is located in the Indian Ocean nearly 2,000 miles from Kuala Lumpur, placing it near… Read more »
The Mega Millions drawing tonight gives lottery players a chance to not only get rich, but rich beyond their wildest dreams — okay, well, maybe not their wildest dreams. But dreaming of $400 million is pretty wild. That is the size of tonight’s jackpot that goes to anyone who matches all six numbers drawn tonight… Read more »
“White people stole my car” is still being Google searched after all these years. But are people still checking on this to see if it’s a joke, because a white dude did steal their car, or is it due to racism? In a related report by The Inquisitr, way back in 2009 there were claims… Read more »
During the 12th day of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial, a ballistics expert ...
The road rage murder of Timothy “Asti” Davison on January 4 in Pennsylvania continues to baffle police who appear no closer, after more than two months, to figuring out who might have shot the 28-year-old man he drove home to Maine after spending the holidays with relatives in Florida — and why. Police released a… Read more »
General Motors will recall about 1.18 million of its Buick Enclave SUVs, plus several other models, as the auto-making giant tries to react quickly to yet another safety defect. GM is currently facing several investigations for moving slowly on a recall about 1.6 million small cars with a defect that ended up leading to the… Read more »
While women have often been associated with headlines centered around the dangers of butt injections, there’s now a new trend killing men. Penile injections are part of the latest silicone epidemic. According to Rolling Out magazine, penis “pumping parties” are a rapidly growing trend among males. The publication reports that a “pumping party” is an… Read more »
Russian President Vladimir Putin, on the same day that he signed a treaty with Crimea claiming the territory as part of Russia, hinted at further moves into Ukraine — while at the same time denying that he wanted any more Ukrainian territory. Putin’s ambiguous comments came as Ukraine leaders condemned Russia’s annexation of Crimea as… Read more »
L’Wren Scott, the red carpet fashion designer who was found dead Monday morning in an apparent suicide, was head over heels in debt with her business, LS Fashions Ltd., and the red ink was only growing deeper, according to documents cited by two news organizations. Close friends of the 6’3″ designer to the stars now… Read more »
Krispy Kreme happily announced a strong fourth quarter, reporting a 6.7 percent increase in company same-store sales, and a 9.9-percent increase in domestic franchised stores. During Wednesday’s earnings call, CEO James Morgan elaborated on the positive numbers, saying sales growth is driven by foot traffic and is among the strongest in the industry. For the… Read more »
The Brown-Forman Corporation, owners of the Jack Daniel’s distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, is seeking to protect itself from competition. There is a year-old law that defines absolutely the process used to make Jack Daniel’s, the world’s best-known Tennessee whiskey. The fermentation of the mash must be done only in Tennessee from least 51 percent corn,… Read more »
Jordan Wiser, high school senior, says he declined the car search that led ...
Jodi Arias, a 33 year old ex-waitress convicted of first degree murder, escaped the death penalty during the 2013 trial which gripped the nation. The murder, which occurred in 2008 in Arizona, is one of the more gruesome scenes depicted in a courtroom in recent history but the jurors could not reach a decision regarding… Read more »
Ever since the phone was invented some decades ago, the United States ...
George Zimmerman has been making headlines quite often these days. Now, he’s in the news yet again. According to Cream BMP Daily, the man responsible for the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin is reportedly dead. However, the truth of the matter is Zimmerman is not dead. As a matter of fact, he’s very much alive… Read more »
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was sent hundreds, perhaps thousands of miles off its planned course not because one of the pilots — or some unknown person in the cockpit — grabbed the plane’s steering mechanism and turned it the wrong way, but because an onboard computer was secretly reprogrammed, a report in The New York… Read more »
An eminent domain ruling by the US Supreme Court, stripping New London, Connecticut homeowners of their property rights, has turned the Fort Trumbull neighborhood into a ghost town. In the Kelo v. City of New London case, the highest court in the land voted 5 to 4 to allow city officials to seize and demolish… Read more »
New York Second Amendment advocates organized a massive gun registration form burning event to protect stringer new rules in the state that are part of the SAFE Act. The Saratoga Springs gun owners reduced thousands of the forms to mere ashes in the act of civil disobedience. Gun owners in the state only have until… Read more »
Credit card debt for U.S. households in 2013 swelled at the fastest rate since the start of the 2008 recession, but whether Americans’ renewed willingness to put purchases on plastic is a good sign or a bad one for the U.S. economy is a question that confuses even the economists who study the numbers for… Read more »
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin took to Twitter to mock President Barack Obama and the sanctions he levied against the former USSR yesterday. Rogozin called the president, “Comrade Obama” and basically stated the sanctions designed to be repercussions for ongoing actions in Crimea, will have no negative impact at all. Shortly after President Obama announced… Read more »
A Michigan teacher is in trouble this week for serving non-alcoholic beer to fifth grade students in her class. The teacher, whose named has not yet been revealed, allowed one of her students to bring in O’Doul’s to share with the whole class. And it wasn’t even on St. Patrick’s day! The incident took place… Read more »
A news helicopter crashed near the Space Needle in Seattle, hitting two cars as it fell. Fox News is now reporting that one victim may have been taken from the scene in critical condition. The Seattle Fire Department is now reporting that two people died in the news helicopter crash near the Space Needle and… Read more »
An illegal immigrant from Mexico is suing Mississippi’s welfare agency for taking away a newborn girl that she delivered in the United States. The Southern Poverty Law Center filed the lawsuit in federal court on behalf of Cirila Baltazar Cruz. According to attorneys involved in the case, Cruz did not speak English and only a… Read more »
Burger King or McDonald’s? McDonald’s or Burger King? Tough ...
Kevin Trudeau, the infomercial pitchman who ceaselessly hawked his books of purported weight loss, wealth and health secrets that “‘they’ don’t want you to know,” was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday by a federal judge who condemned him as “deceitful to the core.” U.S. District Judge Ronald Guzman sentenced Kevin Trudeau on federal… Read more »
Sex offender Daniel Snay of Uxbridge, Massachusetts was arrested Friday for using his $10 million dollar lottery winnings to sexually abuse a boy, Telegram reports. Snay, a Level 3 sex offender on the Massachusetts official registry, bought a $20 dollar lottery scratch card in 2008 and won the $10 million dollar Massachusetts lottery prize the… Read more »
Rachel “Bunny” Mellon, who married into the Mellon family banking fortune though she was already heiress to a mouthwash fortune of her own, passed away Monday at the age of 103, her friend and attorney Alexander Forger announced. Born Rachel Lowe Lambert, her wealth came from her grandfather, a chemist, who invented Listerine — and… Read more »
Danica Patrick has been the face of GoDaddy for several years, and now as the website creator is preparing to go public the appeal of NASCAR’s foremost female is said to be more important than ever. GoDaddy Group is reportedly looking to cash in on a rich valuation by going public, and experts think that… Read more »
Earlier this month, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave took home Academy ...
Navy SEALs raided an oil tanker off sailing from Libya, seizing the tanker from members of Libya anti-government militia and securing a payload of oil stolen from Libya’s central government. No one was injured in the Navy SEALs raid and the United States is now deciding the fate of the Libyan rebels who had earlier… Read more »
An Amber alert was issued for four Los Angeles area children who disappeared ...
Emily Nesbit has resigned from her job as an 11th grade teacher amid charges ...
The Malaysia Airlines plane missing for 10 days now has presented one of the most baffling mysteries in recent memory, leaving intelligence agencies, governments and many of the world’s most skilled airline accident investigators absolutely stumped. But now the mystery has been solved — by Courtney Love. The eccentric 49-year-old rock star and widow of… Read more »
The jaw-dropping information is actually factual. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, federally-funded study on the underground sex trade industry reveals that the city of Atlanta has been named the “Sex Trafficking Capital of the U.S.” The Urban Institute study also reveals that pimps in the city are making more than an estimated $32,000 a… Read more »
Jodi Arias is set to face a jury in September in a second penalty phase where prosecutors will try to obtain the death sentence for the convicted killer. In a hearing which took place on Monday – which Arias did not attend – the judge set the new trial date, with jury selection for the… Read more »
Jack Daniel’s and some lawmaker are embroiled in heated debate over the official definition of Tennessee whiskey. Only whiskey fermented in the state from mash comprised from at least 50 percent corn, aged in new charred barrels, filtered through maple charcoal, and bottled at least a minimum of 80 proof can boast the coveted designation,… Read more »
Jim Irsay, owner of the Indianapolis Colts, was arrested Sunday night in Carmel, Indiana for preliminary charges of DUI and felony posession of a controlled substance. This comes as little shock to Indianapolis Colts fans or the local community, as made clear by hometown reporter Bob Kravitz in a compassionate but frank article written for… Read more »
AirBnB rented out a New York man’s upscale apartment over the weekend of March 8, only to have the apartment’s actual tenant come back to find his place trashed by what apparently was a wild sex party for overweight people. Ari Teman, a professional comedian who rents a one-bedroom apartment in New York City’s upscale… Read more »
A horrified Victoria’s Secret customer says she unknowingly tried on a ...
The United States has delivered a large cache of arms, including 100 ...
Joshua Cooper is expected to appear in court on Monday, Mar. 17 after allegedly biting off his infant son’s nose. According to ABC News7, the mother of the child, Angelika Riggins, is only 16-years-old herself. The young mother spoke exclusively with the publication on Sunday, Mar. 16, weighing in with her account of the entire… Read more »
When Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 shout down a key communications system now appears to be a source of disagreement between the airline’s own officials and the Malaysian government. Did it happen before, or after the final verbal message — the words “All right, good night,” spoken by someone in the cockpit believed to be co-pilot… Read more »
Ares Armor was raided by ATF agents despite a restraining order issued by a federal judge last week. The National City, California gun parts stores is owned by Dimitri Karras. The former Marine refused to turn his AR-15 lower receiver customer list over to the federal government as demanded. Karras, said Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,… Read more »
With Fred Phelps excommunicated, many are speculating over who exactly is the new leader of the Westboro Baptist Church and what that might mean for the long term. In a related report by The Inquisitr, it’s claimed that Fred Phelps is on his deathbed, but while WBC official Steve Drain confirmed that Phelps was admitted… Read more »
The Obama administration will soon relinquish United States’ control of the back end of the Internet. Some are now very concerned that censorship and free speech issues will evolve as countries like Russia and China garner a portion of the international overseer role of the World Wide Web. Since the US Military (not Al Gore)… Read more »
Barack Obama should hate gays as much as Vladimir Putin, according to American evangelist Franklin Graham in a message he sent his flock through his ministry’s official publication, Decision Magazine. Franklin Graham, son of popular evangelist Billy Graham, said that US president Obama is not doing enough to protect the children of his country from… Read more »
The Nancy Pfister murder case took a shocking twist this weekend when the slain socialite’s highly trusted assistant, who reported discovering Pfister’s body stuffed into a closet in her mountainside chalet on February 26, was arrested in connection with her death. Kathy Carpenter was set appear Monday in Pitkin County District Court, along with two… Read more »