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Man Destroys Brand New Ten Commandments Statue

The privately funded monument had been in place outside the state Capitol in Little Rock for less than 24 hours before it was smashed to pieces.

The House Might Vote On 2 Immigration Bills This…

The White House said the president would sign both bills if they reached his desk.

Melania Trump takes to Washington in her own…

Out of New York, first lady Melania Trump quietly slips into full-time life in nation's capital


Trump’s new Russia strategy: Blame Obama!

The president doesn't accept that Russia hacked the election, but he still blames his predecessor for not stopping Russia from doing just that.

Scientists Inventing The Most Sci-Fi Ways To Wipe…

Mosquitoes kill hundreds of thousands of humans every year with diseases they carry, so scientists have come up with some inventive ways to kill them.

Give and Go: Blockbuster trade kicks off before…

The Crossover’s Madelyn Burke, Rohan Nadkarni and DeAntae Prince discuss the trade sending Chris Paul from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Houston Rockets, the Knicks decision to fire Phil Jackson, and what to expect from NBA free agency.

Prodigy’s Funeral Will Be Open to the Public

Friends and family will be able to attend a public memorial for the beloved rapper Prodigy at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel in New York City Thursday, June 29. The memorial will be open to the public from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., according to Billboard. The rapper died on June 20 after being... Read more »

Sarah Palin Sues New York Times Over Editorial…

Sarah Palin filed a defamation lawsuit against The New York Times on Tuesday over an editorial that ran that suggested that her rhetoric incited the 2011 shooting rampage in Tucson, Arizona that killed six people and severely injured Rep. Gabby Giffords. The Times ran its editorial in the wake of the recent June 14 shooting... Read more »

Anticipation Grows in Path of Solar Eclipse

Hopkinsville, Kentucky, a city of about 32,000 people will have one of the longest durations of the solar eclipse on August 21. Tens of thousands of people are expected to watch the eclipse from this rural area. (June 28)

NASA shoots down claim that it found alien life

After an absurd viral money-grab took the internet — and, sadly, several news agencies — by storm over the past week, NASA has finally broken its silence. NASA scientist Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen took to Twitter in an attempt to set the record straight on the rumor that the government was about to announce the discovery of alien life. In case you were wondering, no, there is no forthcoming announcement that will finally answer the question of whether or not we're alone in the universe, and if you're even marginally skeptical about unsourced information posted on the internet, you probably didn't even need NASA to tell you that. The original video, which has tallied over a million clicks and also happens to have revenue-generating ads embedded in it, used quotes from Dr. Zurbuchen to tease its claim that NASA was set to reveal the discovery of life outside of Earth. The quotes, taken completely out of context, were intriguing, but nothing even remotely close to "evidence." "Contrary to some reports, there is no pending announcement from NASA regarding extraterrestrial life," Dr. Zurbuchen wrote on Twitter. "Are we alone in the universe? While we do not know yet, we have missions moving forward that may help answer that fundamental question." Like any scientific body, NASA does its fair share of debunking ridiculous theories and claims, and is no stranger to setting the record straight. Still, the fact that the agency has had to weigh in on an absurd viral video from an "Anonymous" YouTube account is more sad than it is funny.


Off-Duty Cop Pins Teen to the Ground for Being on…

A friend of the teen recorded the incident. The Lansing, Illinois Police Department is investigating.

Jake Clemons on anti-domestic violence video…

E Street Band saxophonist Jake Clemons talks about his anti-domestic violence video, replacing his uncle Clarence Clemons in the band, and touring with Bruce Springsteen. (June 28)

Kaine: GOP should work with Dems on health care…

Senator Tim Kaine of Ohio says Republicans should let Democrats in on their process and work together on a bipartisan way to fix health care.

Big3 changes coming, Jason Williams out 6-8 months

Former NBA point guard Jason Williams will miss six to eight months after suffering a knee injury in the opening game of the Big3.

Film Review: ‘Becks’

The kind of modest indie enterprise that satisfies mostly because it’s about a character type familiar from real life but all too under-represented at the movies.

2 new plague cases confirmed in New Mexico

Two new cases of the human plague have been confirmed in Sante Fe County, New Mexico, according to health officials.

Gotham Actor Donal Logue Says His Child Is Missing

Donal Logue says that his child went missing yesterday in New York City

Disney Denies Reports of Trump-Related Turmoil at 'Hall of Presidents' Attraction

"We have been working closely with the White House and the president’s recording session has been scheduled," says a Disney World spokeswoman.


Explosion Damages Murray State University Dorm

Officials say there was a gas leak at the New Richmond dorm on the Murray State University campus in Kentucky.

Schumer Leads Protest Against Health Care Bill

Democratic leaders joined protestors outside the Capitol building Wednesday to protest the health care bill that Senate Republicans are working on. (June 28)

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: What Trump said about repealing Obamacare; Why gay pride participants were marching;