WISN 12 News has learned the casket shown in the photo was empty, but some online are upset at the caption at the bottom saying, “We put the ‘fun’ in funeral.”
Over seven in 10 Obama voters, and 55 percent of Democrats, regret voting for President Obama’s reelection in 2012, according to a new Economist/YouGov.com poll.
The Indiana Senate voted Monday to amend the state constitution by banning gay marriage, but it will be 2016 at the earliest before the measure appears on a statewide ballot because of a late change that limits the scope of the ban.
With each week bringing more arctic temperatures, the Great Lakes are nearly 90 percent frozen. But the test of just how solid the ice might be came Monday when a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing.
A decades-old law crafted to prevent foreign vessels from moving cargo from one U.S. port to another has halted a much-needed shipment of road salt to New Jersey.
For the first time, nine of the top 10 grossing movies in 2013 at both domestic and international box offices had a family-orientated theme, including “Iron Man 3,” “Frozen” and “Man of Steel,” and a large portion of top 10, such as “Fast & Furious 6,” had references to Jesus Christ.
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Late night host Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets of Los Angeles for a new edition of his “Lie Witness News” Monday, pranking pedestrians by telling them that former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had just died.
A local restaurant has added a surcharge to every tab in order to pay for its employees’ healthcare.
A man walks into the Marion County Sheriff’s Department and confesses to raping a young woman in 2005.
“He walks into the station and confesses to the crime, there’s no doubt of his guilt, there’s no question of reliability of evidence,” Scott says. “He’s ready to confess to the crime.”