An officer with the New York Police Department was making plans to cook and eat as many as 100 women. Gilberto Valle, a six-year veteran of the NYPD force, was conspiring to kidnap, kill and consume lots of women, according to the FBI.
A California resident was arrested after speaking at a Riverside City Council meeting. The woman was cuffed after she exceeded the three-minute time limit. Karen Wright of Riverside was cited with disrupting a public meeting, a misdemeanor.
If you live in the Atlanta area, voting on Nov. 6 might get you a free gun, according to several billboards around the city. Adventure Outdoors in Smyrna, Ga., is running a controversial promotion.
President Barack Obama spoke at a rally in Tampa, Fla., and tried to make sure everyone knew his economic plan. There was only one problem: He couldn’t find his plan.
It’s not even Nov. 6 yet, and voting problems are already here. At an electronic ballot machine in North Carolina, a crucial State in this year’s race, a vote for Republican challenger Mitt Romney shows up as a vote for President Barack Obama.
A woman has been found guilty of disorderly conduct after she refused to let Transportation Security Administration agents pat down her and her teenage daughter. Andrea Abbott has been placed on probation.
A high school junior in Ohio has been suspended because of his long hair. Zachary Aufderheide was growing his hair for Locks for Love, a group that uses donated hair to make hair pieces for kids who lose their hair because of illness.
Move over, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, there’s a new soda sheriff. Several members of the D.C. Council want to see large sugary drinks banned.
During a stop in Florida on Oct. 20, the Vice President said the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act is “not a big deal.” During the town hall debate, President Barack Obama cited the signing of the act as proof that Democrats have helped women receive equal pay.
According to San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, the President recently held a conference call with black preachers, including his controversial friend Jeremiah Wright, in an attempt to get blacks to vote.
Without a doubt, Democrats have come out ahead in one area of the debates: time spent talking. In each of the three debates so far, the man with the blue tie has talked the most.
Glenn and Melissa Cruson in Colleyville, Texas, drew national attention when they placed a figurine of President Barack Obama in a spider web. Apparently, some people didn’t like the display. The exhibit was destroyed.
When Tuesday’s debate moderator Candy Crowley interjected and said that President Barack Obama did in fact call the attack on Libya an “act of terror,” applause erupted. She then said it took two weeks for everything to get sorted out and Mitt Romney was correct about that. Michelle Obama clapped.
Hopefully you have a safe place where you and your family can go in the event of a cataclysmic disaster. But there’s no reason you have to be uncomfortable. Al’s Army Navy Store in Altamonte Springs, Fla., can help you live luxuriously when the apocalypse arrives.
Schoolchildren in France may no longer have to do homework. French President Francois Hollande thinks that homework presents an unfair advantage for some students.
During the Vice Presidential debate, Joe Biden said that religious institutions do not have to pay for contraception. The U.S. Conference of Bishops responded with a letter, saying that Biden’s statement was not true.
President Barack Obama is concerned about the conflict that has been making headlines. The conflict between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj, that is. The President took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the feud between the two celebrities.
While appearing on “Meet the Press,” Tom Brokaw weighed in on the problem of the national deficit. The retired news anchor said that it has only gotten worse under President Barack Obama’s watch.
This election season, you might see Thomas Peterffy on your TV. He’s not a politician; he’s a billionaire who is afraid America is headed toward socialism. Peterffy believes that Barack Obama’s policies disrespect the rich and destroy work ethic.
Two Californian Congressmen are fighting for votes. Really, they are. The cop on duty had to step in. No punches were thrown, but they came close. Democratic Representatives Brad Sherman and Howard Berman don’t seem too fond of each other.
Those who reject the theory of anthropomorphic global warming have pointed to Antarctica as proof that the theory is preposterous: Ice in Antarctica has reached record levels. But global warming advocates say that the increase in ice is just part of the global warming process.
While appearing on CNN, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz made a statement which defies all logic and shows she is either a liar or just plain dumb. Or perhaps she’s both.
Since October, some schools in Texas have asked all students to wear microchips in an effort to cut down on truancy. Freedom-loving pupils have refused to do so, but not without suffering the consequences.