The summer reading list for Gene Ponder's AP Government and Economics class at Spanish Fort High School in Alabama
The reading list is the same since 2014 but NOW parents are calling it 'terrifying', 'disgusting' inappropriate and unbalanced. Mr. Ponder was ordered by the Baldwin County Board of Education to pull...
DAD'S GOT MOVES! This Utah bride and her dad surprised their guests
DAD'S GOT MOVES! This Utah bride and her dad surprised their guests with an awesome father-daughter mash-up dance! They'd been talking about doing this for years and managed to pull it off on the big....
The Dying Swan
Svetlana Zakharova's gala performance in 2010.
Nebraska Democrat Phil Montag glad Republican Senator Scalise was shot; wish he was dead
To everyone giving kudos to the democrats who released the audio, consider this: Evidently Phil Montag went there to criticize the democrat (Chelsey Gentry-T...
Shirley's Way - People Helping People Shirley's Way - People Helping People Battle The Finances of Cancer
Shirley’s Way is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to be an extension of the household income and help local Louisville families as they battle the financial side of cancer.
This father met the recipient of his late daughter's heart
This father met the recipient of his late daughter's heart
Clay Castle of the Valley of Fairies Sibiu - Romania
In a village 24 miles from the Romanian city of Sibiu is a decidedly quirky “fairytale castle” called Castelul de Lut Valea Zanelor, which translates to Clay...
Senate announces probe of Loretta Lynch behavior in 2016 election - Washington Times
The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the c...
U.S. conducts bilateral missions with Japan, Republic of Korea
What do you call a mission with two United States Air Force B-1B Lancers, two Republic of Korea air force F-15s and two Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-15s? * * * * Answer: Sequenced...
August 21 for the first time in 99 years America's Total Solar Eclipse
For the first time in 99 years, all Americans will be able to experience a total solar eclipse http://cbsn.ws/2rSrs9M
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