“I want to congratulate the New York Giants on their hard-fought victory to win the Stanley Cup for the first time,” Palin told the Los Angeles Times. “It shows kids that if you work hard you can accomplish anything.... Read More →
In a little-noticed report released last week, the agency moved the Coca-Cola Company’s cherry-flavored soda from the “sugar-sweetened beverages” list to the one containing apples, oranges, bananas, pears and other whole fruits.... Read More →
According to local reports, this so-called “Halloween Quarantine” will be in effect Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Children who violate the curfew orders will be arrested and their parents will face finds of up to $1,000.... Read More →
According to multiple reports, the nation's largest student lender is employing debt collectors with Tinder profiles posing as young singles looking for dates. When they finally meet their targets in person, the employee demands the debtor pay up.... Read More →
Michigan State will start its third-string quarterback against the University of Michigan this Saturday, claiming it doesn’t need starter Connor Cook to win this week’s rivalry game against the floundering Wolverines.
According to multiple reports out of East Lansing, true freshman Michael Hartley will be under center on Saturday. Hartley, a two-star recruit out of Alpena, was the fifth-stringer until last week when he was promoted after several impressive practices.... Read More →
During a news conference at Dallas Memorial Hospital, Perry told reporters that the vaccine will be shipped to Texas in the coming weeks in order to help the state deal with its Ebola cases – all thanks to a Nigerian doctor.... Read More →
According to a survey of 5,000 Americans conducted by TDC Polling Research, 12.8 percent approved of the job that Congress is doing, compared to 11.7 percent who said they approved of Ebola.... Read More →
After an internet rumor stated that ebola victims in Africa were rising from the grave in the form of zombies, Sarah Palin has launched a campaign questioning President Obama's knowledge on the zombies and what he plans to do about the living dead.
The ebola epidemic that has devastated parts of Africa and has placed virus screening at several U.S. airports has yet to be controlled by local and foreign governments. Over 8,500 people have died from the virus and more people continue to be infected.... Read More →
In an interview on The Today Show this morning, the former Playboy model and renowned medical expert was asked her opinion of the deadly hemorrhagic fever, which has devastated West Africa and threatens the U.S. and Europe. ... Read More →
According to a report in Wrestling News, the WWE is hoping to cash in on the youngster’s reputation for brawling, following a well-publicized fight at a house party in September.... Read More →
As California’s three-year drought continues with no end in sight, water-desperate farmers and agribusinesses in the state are getting creative – by drilling horizontal wells into neighboring Oregon and taking its underground water for themselves.
More than a dozen “aqua-fracking” wells, in which oil-powered machines drill vertically and then horizontally into the earth in order to reach the groundwater, have sprung up along the Oregon border within the past month. The wells go directly under the state border to take Oregon’s water, which is then sent 500 miles south to farms in California’s Central Valley.... Read More →