Despite statements from the Women’s British Open that it did not approve of Donald Trump, the tournament kicked off Thursday at Trump’s Turnberry resort in Scotland. Naturally, Trump was on hand for tee off and his comments set the media abuzz, sports and non-sports journalists alike.
Police in Granbury, Texas, have arrested a 25-year-old man whom they are charging with secretly taking videos from underneath women’s dresses.
Self-avowed socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has put the powers that be in the Democrat Party at ease by saying that if he doesn’t beat Hillary Clinton and win the Democrat nomination in the upcoming primaries, he won’t try a third party run for 2016.
A new study purports to show that, while Millennials are as poor as young people ever are these days, they may not be able to expect to become rich as they age as young Americans once expected.
Over 100,000 fans have signed up to attend upcoming campaign events for self-avowed socialist candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders.
Hillary Clinton did her best to hide from the world the fact that she went to an exclusive New York salon for a $600 haircut last week.
In his appeal ruling on Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote that “steroid use” appears as the “closest parallel” to the New England Patriots quarterback’s alleged infraction.
The decline of the newspaper industry is continuing as analysts report that overall another 10.4 percent of newsroom jobs have been lost. Minority jobs in the industry have also fallen to a new low level.
The Montana and Wyoming Rockies have been hit with what forecasters have called an “exceptional” and rare July cold front that has blanketed the region in a heavy snowfall.
A group that works to prevent domestic violence says that the NFL should give former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice a second chance.
A Pinellas County, Florida, environmental specialist was recently recorded in a video telling a resident that it was somehow illegal for the smoke from his home barbecue to leave his property.
Last week, Hulk Hogan’s entire world was turned upside down when a video of the wrestler indulging a race-tinged tirade went public.
Governor Mike Huckabee appeared on Breitbart News on Saturday and gave one quote that Huffington Post seemed to think was the most important news of the day on Sunday, likely because the lefty online newser thinks it can be exploited to help Obama’s failing Iran nuke deal.
Hundreds came out in a north Chicago suburb on Saturday to attend the funeral of Sandra Bland, the African American woman who was found dead in a Texas jail cell three days after she was stopped for a minor traffic violation.
The Obama administration is set to put a new illegal immigrant deportation policy into place that will reduce the level of deportations to even lower levels than the reductions he instituted earlier this year.
One of the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Charles Haley, advised young black players to “act like white guys” and stay out of trouble.
Police in California say they rescued a woman from Nicaragua who was allegedly tricked into illegally entering the US only to be imprisoned in a closet and sexually abused for a year.
Low wage workers in Seattle who spent months agitating for a city-wide $15-per-hour minimum wage were quite successful in their quest. But many have suddenly found that the new rate has had unexpected consequences.
Anthony Weiner, the New York Congressman who famously resigned after a cascade of personal public relations disasters, is now working as a consultant for a public relations firm, a New York-based company reported this week.
New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady, mired in offseason troubles as a result of Deflategate, reigns as the NFL’s top seller. The NFL Players Association’s Top 50 player sales list for FY16 Q1 shows Brady as the league’s number-one seller.
Last week New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a move to put a cap on the growth of the popular smartphone app-based transportation company Uber. He planned to limit the number of cars Uber would be allowed to field across the city. But this week, in the face of criticism, de Blasio has abandoned his plan.
The National Basketball Association readies to offer out-of-market games to fans this coming season for $6.99 per game for a single viewing, the league says.
After a week of controversy over a pair of videos showing highly placed members of Planned Parenthood bartering to sell parts of aborted babies—one even hoping to buy a Lamborghini with the profits—the Department of Justice has now announced it will look into allegations that the abortion provider is breaking the law by selling human remains for experimentation.
Workers at Detroit’s John D. Dingell Veterans Administration Medical Center say that working conditions are so bad they feel like the hospital is being run “like a third world country.” About 100 workers picketed in front of the hospital on
Police in Hopewell, Virginia, are investigating the vandalism of a home that was flying a Confederate flag.