When I first heard about some guy stealing provisions and then delivering it to all of New York City, I thought he might be some kind of modern day Robin Hood. Naively I thought he was stealing bread to help people in need.
Human Rights Watch, an independent, international organization that advocates human rights, dignity and humanitarian law released a 138-page report today titled "Tobacco's Hidden Children: Hazardous Child Labor in US Tobacco Farming." The report exposes the TOTALLY LEGAL practice of hiring young kids to work…
On Sunday night, fifteen-month-old Musa Dayib fell from an 11th floor balcony at the Cedar-Riverside apartments in Minneapolis. Musa, 'The Miracle Baby,' is suffering from broken arms, bruised lungs, several fractures and a concussion, but he is alive.
One unbearably stuck-up woman who is essentially still in high school wrote to Amy Dickinson, writer of syndicated advice column "Ask Amy," seeking advice on how to properly ostracize her sister, Wendy, for not "fitting in," whatever that means.
The Weather Channel's social media team got itself into hot water yesterday after telling a gay city councilman from Fort Worth, Texas "good luck on ending bullying" after he deleted their mobile app.
As the life of an American, middle-to-upper class, 10-year-old kid becomes too stressful, what with elementary school, recreational sports and a three-month summer vacation, parents are being forced to take their kids on a sabbatical leave from school.
Justin Bieber haters don't take a break, not even on Mother's Day. The Canadian singer, being the perfect son that he is, took his mom, Patti Mallette, to game four of the NBA playoffs, where the Clippers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-99. Sources tell E! News that "The entire place booed him when Staples Center…
Last Friday, residents of Stockton, CA noticed an unusual cloud formation in the sky. Like most people, they rationally concluded it was caused by a UFO and took to Twitter to share the news with the world.
Unlike the rest of the country, only Bostonians take their unbearable accent seriously. In an effort to guide notoriously aggressive Boston Drivers, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation has changed their electronic highway signs to say "CHANGING LANES? USE YAH BLINKAH."
Kristin Seaton and Jennifer Rambo were the first of ten same-sex couples lined up outside the Pulaski County Courthouse this morning, all waiting to be issued Arkansas’s first gay marriage license. Seaton and Rambo exchanged vows on the sidewalk outside the courthouse in an impromptu ceremony officiated by a woman in…