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Lincoln Logs Return To The U.S. For Manufacture

Lincoln Logs

Governor Paul LePage of Maine has announced that manufacture of Lincoln Logs, the iconic toy logs used by generations of American children, will be moving to Burnham. Previously manufactured in China, Lincoln Logs will be moving to Pride Manufacturing in Burnham, Maine. About 80 percent of Lincoln Logs will be produced in Maine once Pride… Read more »

A Video Of Third British Hostage Held By ISIS Released

Third British Hostage

A third British hostage has appeared in a new Islamic State (ISIS) propaganda video. British journalist John Cantlie, who has been missing since 2012, appeared in a new video released by ISIS today (the video has not yet been verified by officials.) The video is apparently a propaganda video, unlike the violent videos previously released… Read more »

UVA Missing Girl: New Clues In Hannah Graham’s Disappearance

Hannah Graham

Authorities have released new information in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student. Hannah Graham, the missing girl, was reportedly last seen with a black man — who she appeared to know. An unidentified witness said the man approached Hannah and put his arm around her shoulders. The witness eventually left the area, as… Read more »

Parents Risk Baby’s Life On Cliff’s Edge for Vacation Photo

Parents place a baby on the edge of a cliff for a vacation photo

Hiker Fred Sirevag snapped this shocking photo when the parents put their baby on the edge of a cliff overlooking Pulpit Rock in Norway to take a scenic vacation photo. The photo, which has been circulating online and in the Norwegian media, shows a woman taking a picture while the baby crawls dangerously close to… Read more »

Publisher Accidentally Places Porn Star On Math Textbook


When it comes to education in general in the United States, the biggest subject that is splitting the teaching staff down the middle in the implementation of common core. The Inquisitr reported numerous times on common core, which includes its implementation in physical education as well as sex education (much to the disdain of parents)…. Read more »

House Approves Arms For Syrian Rebels To Fight ISIS

The House approved arms and training for Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS

In a vote Wednesday, the House approved giving President Obama the authority to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS in the Middle East. The vote was bipartisan, reports CBS News, with 273 votes in favor of the measure and 156 against. Democrats made up 85 of the votes against, with Republicans adding the… Read more »

GoDaddy Launches New Ad Campaign — Yes, It’s Still Edgy

New GoDaddy commercial.

GoDaddy is famous for its sexy commercials that push the envelope of what should be allowed on television, often featuring celebrities like Danica Patrick. But now it seems GoDaddy has ditched the sex appeal angle for a more comedic approach to advertising. A series of new GoDaddy commercials have been released with a common theme,… Read more »

Service Dogs Lend A Helping Paw To Veterans With PTSD [Video]

Service dogs are trained to help veterans with PTSD.

With their unconditional love and goofy acts, dogs make a difference in millions of lives every day. But for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions, trained service dogs can provide life-saving help. Several organizations are making a difference by placing service dogs with veterans, including K9s for Warriors, reported USA Today on… Read more »

Chinese Hackers Infiltrated U.S. Military Contractors

Chinese hackers infiltrated U.S. military systems

Chinese hackers have breached the computer systems of multiple contractors that do business with the U.S. military. The hackers weren’t tech experts acting alone, though. According to the results of a one-year probe by the Senate Armed Services Committee, the hackers were with the Chinese government. The results of the probe were publicly released on… Read more »