President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remain the most-admired man and woman in America, according to a Gallup survey.
Between Ebola, ISIS, downed planes and racial unrest, it’s been a year of sobering news.
A compiled list of all search terms is listed below, and remember that these are NOT the top searches for each state, they are the searches each state made more of than any other state.
Country singer and former child actress Jamie Lynn Spears reportedly sprung into action last weekend inside of a Louisiana fast-food restaurant, pulling a knife to defend a friend who was attacked by another woman.
“The large scale lingerie company has been featuring the same type of models in their ads for a long time; unrealistically skinny, and mostly Caucasian.”
Thousands of illegal immigrants who spilled into border states earlier this year have “disappeared” from government tracking, according to a recent investigation by a Houston TV station.
According to a Pew Research Center study released Wednesday, 229,000 Mexicans were stopped crossing the border in 2104, while 257,000 non-Mexicans were stopped by the Border Patrol. Overall, the total number of people apprehended by the Border Patrol is up 16 percent over the past year.
I have a hummingbird feeder on the back deck, and the little bastards are constantly running into me (especially when I have on my blue NY Giant hat with the red under-brim. I blame hotcoldwetdry
Feeling low about the incessant screeching that the ice is catastrophically melting at the poles? A lot of us are, so it’s good to see a researcher buck the narrative.
As soon as you saw “Machine Gun America,” the name of this new Florida attraction, I’ll bet you had the same reaction I had: “Oh, HECK, yeah!”
“Bro, he drove Thomas to the liquor store,” he added. “While I think the guy is homeless, it is clear that from what I saw every part of that scene was staged.”
No Accounting for Arousal: When a Texas appeals court struck down a state ban on taking “upskirt” photos in September, the decision was met by much outrage in the national news media. But the law, which criminalized “improper photography or visual recording” in public places “with intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desires of any person” was unconstitutionally broad, with the potential to ban all sorts of harmless public photography. “Banning otherwise protected expression on the basis that it produces sexual arousal or gratification is the regulation of protected thought,” the court noted, “and such a regulation is outside the government’s power.”