A woman in Philadelphia is facing a fine for feeding hungry children. Angela Prattis was threatened with a $600 fine for every day she handed out free food. The local government has tried to get citizens to quit feeding the hungry.
University of Arizona researchers in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection have created a virtual Border Patrol agent that, they claim, is capable of interviewing people who wish to enter the country and detecting if they are lying about their motives.
Many people believe Paul Ryan is the perfect fit for Vice President. But some in the media believe he needs to add something to his repertoire before he can be considered seriously: better fitting clothes.
A popular game show will no longer discriminate against male models. “The Price is Right” will soon be selecting a male model to join the women in displaying prizes.
Wouldn’t it be great if, when Fido looks sweetly into your face and cocks his little head sideways, you could know whether he was communicating his affection for you or only wishing for another tasty treat?
A group of former U.S. intelligence and Special Forces operatives are shooting down the notion that President Barack Obama killed Osama bin Laden. The Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund Inc. launched a campaign criticizing the President for taking credit for bin Laden’s death.
Your Facebook photos could get you a good deal when shopping. Facedeals, a program that recognizes patrons as they walk in the store, could be used by some businesses to offer special discounts to those who choose to participate.
As the Federal government has been busy indicting American citizens as possible enemies of the State, entities that have proven to have a disdain for the United States have crept frighteningly near unnoticed.
Acne treatments can be harsh, drying and irritating, and often don’t live up to our expectations to eradicate embarrassing pimples and bumps. Mother Nature has stepped up to the plate with a natural solution.
A report released by the Congressional Research Service reveals that 2,362 millionaires received unemployment benefits in 2009. In total, the unemployed millionaires collected more than $20 million in benefits.