As Congress mulls America’s war with the Islamic State terror group, more than 4,000 Fort Carson soldiers prepared Thursday to leave for Kuwait, where they will take over as America’s largest ground force in the troubled region.
A recent Gallup poll asked Americans if their employer is hiring or firing, and used the results to rank the job creation in each state.
The clothing donation bin appeared on the North Philadelphia street corner without warning, a metal box caked with bubble-gum pink paint and rust.
A 20-year-old American reportedly sustained the “biggest goring wound” his doctor had ever operated on during a bullfighting festival in Salamanca, Spain.
This week’s meeting of the Encinitas Union School District board of trustees was a contentious one because a slew of parents turned up complaining that their sons were looking at pornography and other inappropriate material on school-issued iPads.
With the second Obamacare enrollment period in the books, congressional Democrats are calling on the Obama administration to grant a reprieve to uninsured Americans who missed Sunday’s deadline for getting covered and face a tax penalty.
Deputies said as many as 900 kids, described as being in middle or high school, attempted to rush the theater at once.
And how did the Mayor of Chicago respond? Was he outraged by the cheating?