Feb 6, 2016
Well, that's an interesting wardrobe choice.
The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape...
Lawmakers from both parties are outraged about wealthy families who are living in subsidized housing intended for the poor. As many as 25,226 “over-income” families are living in government-subsidized homes, according to the inspector general for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released in July. Nearly half of them exceed the income limits by at least $10,000. Republicans and Democrats say people are “gaming the system” by remaining in public housing long after their incomes have gone up. "Public housing should be for the needy, not the greedy,” Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) told The Hill. The House this week unanimously passed legislation aimed at addressing the issue. The Housing
In a scathing promo during the Miz's ill-fated run as a babyface in 2013, Stephanie McMahon dismissed the former WWE champion as a utility player...
KFC has hired comedian Jim Gaffigan to portray its mascot, Colonel Sanders, in television ads...
MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDELTON, Calif — Over the roar of the wind, a voice yelled “contact front!” Without hesitation, Sgt. First Class Yusuke Irie of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Western Army Infantry Regiment Scout Sniper program sprinted to get on line and provide firepower. Surrounded by the sounds of gun fire and yelling, the soldiers alternate seamlessly between providing cover fire and bounding backward. Once out of sight and safe from enemy fire, United States Marine Sgt. Mason Wilhelmy, a pre-scout sniper instructor, 1st Marine Division School’s Pre-Scout Sniper Course, called out “cease fire, cease fire” and signals the soldiers to gather around him. The soldiers of the JGSDF
WHITE PINE, Tenn. -- An 11-year-old boy in Tennessee has been found guilty of murdering an eight-year-old girl after she and her sister refused to let him see their puppies, a judge said. Benny Tiller's grandmother told CBS affiliate WVLT he was found guilty of first degree murder in the October 4, 2015 death of his neighbor, McKayla Dyer. Jefferson County Juvenile Court judge Dennis "Will" Roach II sentenced the boy to state custody until he turns 19. In his order, Roach said the state should use all reasonable resources to determine why Benny shot the girl, and he should be treated and rehabilitated so this never happens again. "A child who commits first-degree murder cannot be willy-nilly
Throughout the great State of Colorado this week, you don't have to look far to find people rocking Peyton Manning's number 18 Denver Broncos jersey...
Bernie Sanders has put his rival in a can't-win position.
The network's push to ramp up its online All Access service - which offers its shows on PCs, tablets
In recent months, Chipotle has lost customers, sales and profits after outbreaks of foodborne illnesses
Uncertainty is still very high, and the forecast could shift, but our overall impression today is that the storm looks too warm and disorganized to have a major impact.
It dates back to the 1980s and the Capitol City Inn, a place a judge once called a ?hell hole.?
In the sea of recent storminess, a weekend break is much appreciated. More snow chances loom.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
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The European Union has urged Turkey to open its borders to tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing Russian
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — The gang is back together, gathering for the final Republican debate
The best way to learn about the history of any country is from a history book or, at the very
After much criticism, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defended its recommendation to refrain
Scientists warned that the virus might have the potential to spread through kissing and urine, a
Olympic and sports federation officials have reacted to the Zika virus threat at the Rio Games in such an