Google in 2012 sought to help insurgents overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad, according to State Department emails receiving fresh scrutiny this week.
Mishawaka City Council will consider a resolution Monday night, March 21, to seek public input and research about a potential food and beverage tax in St. Joseph County that would benefit the Potawatomi Zoo.
Michigan is the latest state to throw common sense out the window, and allow people (in this case children) to choose their gender on a whim, without any credible evidence from the professionals.
“Our starting point is that we have two different systems,” Obama explained. “What I have said to President Castro, is that we are moving forward and not looking backwards.”
Florida Man is at it again. This time, he attempted to answer the question: “Why buy food, when you can get a really ugly BMW instead?” Authorities say that he’s been charged with stealing a car after a dealership declined his offer to purchase it with food stamps.
That’s how Apple CEO Tim Cook started today’s live “Loop You In” event, with a message about privacy, security and encryption. Cook said that Apple has a responsibility to protect its customers’ data, noting that many people view their mobile devices as extensions of themselves.
A woman can collect a $120,000 insurance windfall after the death of her former husband, despite their divorce years ago, the Michigan appeals court says.
More details are coming out about Jared Fogle’s prison ass kicking and it seems like the former Subway spokesman was targeted by other inmates because he was the “teacher’s pet”.
A Bronx middle-school teacher rattled her students — including one who was near tears — by showing an ISIS video of a terrorist beheading a journalist, documents show.
The proposed legislation, promoted by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, would criminalize folks who say the wrong things on social media, such as what happens when one trolls another.
Congratulations, Rhode Island: Looks like the government is about to become the proud parent of every child in the state.
The Huffington Post has made a series of corrections to an error-strewn video featuring Dr. Margaret Cuomo, sister of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, claiming e-cigarettes are just as dangerous as tobacco cigarettes.
The Supreme Court has apparently gone postal, and has decided that you do not have the right to bear arms in the Post Office, or even lock up your gun in the parking lot of postal facilities.
According to the Massachusetts high court, Caetano’s conviction must stand because a stun gun “is not the type of weapon that is eligible for Second Amendment protection.” Today the U.S. Supreme Court vacated that judgment and ordered the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts to rehear the case.
Fifteen of the world’s leading terrorist organizations regularly turn to black market tobacco for financing.
Tasmania, until recently, had generated almost all its power from renewable energy, touting its “clean, green” image. However, a number of events, including extraordinary weather, mismanagement, a catastrophic technical failure and a carbon tax, have put the island into an energy crisis where 20 portable diesel generators had to be rushed to the island to keep the lights on at a cost of $44 million just to set up. [i]
“Should the great California almond boom be celebrated? Doesn’t it represent the growing prosperity of California farmers and rural communities following years of agricultural depression? Aren’t almonds a healthy and versatile food source that uniquely fit twenty-first-century tastes and diets? Isn’t the upsurge in production helping America win billions of dollars from trade?”