The publishers of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo announced on Saturday that it would put its next issue on hold while its employees recover after losing 12 co-workers to a terror attack early in January.
Obama told NBC, "We make beer. First president since George Washington to make some booze in the White House."
Sen. Rand Paul took the occasion of former Florida Gov. Jeb's Bush's admission that he smoked pot as a teenager as an opportunity to jab his probable 2016 opponent as a hypocrite on the issue of medical marijuana, something Bush opposes.
At the Democratic Party's political retreat last week, Party officials were so worried about rumors and leaks and so devoted to security that staffers were required to accompany reporters to and from the bathroom.
The 2014-15 flu season has been a particularly dangerous one across the country, especially for vulnerable elderly patients. Researchers have also found that cities that have either hosted or sent teams to the Super Bowl have experienced an 18 percent higher death rate of elderly flu patients than other cities.
With 84 cases already identified in the first month of the year, the number of measles cases across the country has almost outstripped what has become the usual number of cases in a year, according to reports.
As the Seattle Seahawks ready to compete in another Super Bowl to the delight of team's loud and loyal fans, head coach Pete Carroll has become an icon with a group who backs him not because of his accomplishments on the gridiron. The 9/11 Truther movement has adopted Carroll as a celebrity icon.
Syndicated conservative radio talk show host Michael Medved has revealed to fans that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer, and the condition is forcing him to take a leave of absence as he recovers.
At a cost of hundreds of millions of tax dollars, Detroit has launched its plan to contract the size of its city by demolishing thousands of abandoned buildings in areas blighted by decay. But the city is repeatedly running into squatters living in the abandoned buildings, slowing the city's effort to bulldoze its way to prosperity.
The Vatican has announced a new program of giving free haircuts, showers, and even a shave to Rome’s homeless population, a report says. This month the new services were added to last year’s announcement that church officials were adding showering facilities in
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