New York Dems want to pass a bill that would limit a description of a suspect to identify suspects essentially by the clothes they wear only.
An unintended consequence of the push by Cuban dictatorship supporters in the U.S. to "normalize" relations with the Castro regime is the unavoidable recognition of the long ignored multi-billion dollar elephant in the room of unsettled legal money claims against the island's criminal government.
Men's Wearhouse Inc.'s board fired George Zimmer, the founder and public face of the company, as executive chairman without saying why and delayed its annual shareholder meeting so it can renominate directors without him.
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a young woman who was beheaded in a knife attack.
Lamestream Media death spiral Americans continue to lose confidence and newspapers and television news.
A Houston man was arrested after threatening to kidnap, murder and burn Senator Ted Cruz and his father.
The deranged leftist who shot up the Washington headquarters of the Family Research Council and injured a security guard was identified as Floyd Corkins , 28, of Virginia.
It's not enough that Michelle Obama is spending $3,300 per night for a five-star posh Irish hotel room.
London24: Gary Cook, who lives in the flat above Colin Greenaway's in Abbotts Close, said he rushed down after one of his neighbour's carers knocked on his doors in floods of tears on Saturday.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill says she is supporting a super political action committee encouraging Hillary Rodham Clinton to run for president in 2016.
Usage note: "Ubiquitous" is an adjective that does not admit of comparison. It means present everywhere at once.
Nigerian officials arrested cleric Gazali Akewadola for selling body parts. The Muslim cleric also confessed to murder and cannibalism.
Worse, their perception is increasingly correct. Of course, now when kids are persecuted over toy guns, they can just say they're emulating President Obama.
The Leys in Cambridge, a prestigious private school in the United Kingdom, is playing with the idea of having porn actresses teach sex education.
The percentage of Americans saying they have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in newspapers has been generally trending downward since 1979, when it reached a high of 51%.
In a show of protest against U.S. surveillance programs and in support of whistle-blower Edward Snowden, several hundred people marched Saturday to the U.S. Consulate General and the offices of the Hong Kong government despite drizzly weather.