Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went to South Africa this week. She attended an AIDS conference, met with Nelson Mandela and danced with a local woman in a way that would make prom chaperones feel like they shirked their duty.
A man in Ohio is in jail after he brought a gun and knives to a showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.” His lawyer says he wanted to be able to defend himself. But officers blieve the motives of anyone who would bring a gun to a theatre should be questioned, especially after the recent shooting in Colorado.
The leadership of the GOP realizes that their candidate is so transparently similar to Obama, that they can’t even risk a hint of criticism by party members. They have elected to use the same tactic that has always been used by political leaders that know they are wrong and at risk of being figured out; silence the opposition.
Doctors are expected to advise and empower patients to make choices about procedures by sharing all information that may affect treatment decisions, including risks of adverse outcomes. But they often fail to do so, according to a new study.
A program in Northern California funded by the Department of Agriculture is giving away free food this summer. Anyone under 18 qualifies, regardless of family income or citizenship.
At a fundraising stop in Connecticut on Monday, President Barack Obama compared Mitt Romney to everyone’s favorite green-tight-wearing, bow-carrying fictional character—Robin Hood. The speech was attended by hundreds of Obama supporters who each paid $500 to attend the event.
An innocent, deaf woman in Washington called 911 for help. She didn’t get help. Instead, she got tased and arrested.
If you have avoided Facebook, there is a strong possibility that you are a psychopath. This shocking allegation comes from the United Kingdom’s largest news source, Daily Mail.
Lawmakers in Turkey are taking a swing at President Barack Obama after the White House released a photo of him holding a bat during a conversation with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Umut Oran, vice president of the Republican People’s Party, said the photo was “an implicit insult to Turkey and its citizens.”
Since Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy vocally supported traditional marriage, the LGBT community vowed to boycott the intolerant, hateful fried chicken chain. But the protests have been anything but a tolerant love fest.