Preschool Deaf child in Nebraska named Hunter asked to change name because his name sign violates "weapons in school" policy.Read more »
“I politely explained that it was “mocking the security theater charade and over-reactions to terrorism by the general public — both of which we’re seeing right now, ironically.” After being booted from the flight, Guha and his wife were subjected to even more intense interrogation, with transit police demanding to know where Guha’s brother lived because he had originally purchased the t-shirt as a gift. According to the police, it was also suspicious that Guha’s wife did not share his surname.Read more »
Disneyland, billed by some as "the happiest place on earth" is subliminally acclimating Americans to having troops patrol the streets.Read more »
A 7-year-old Connecticut girl will lose her 20-pound pet rabbit if North Haven officials get their way.
Zoning Enforcement Officer Arthur Hausman issued a cease-and-desist order to the Lidsky family two weeks ago, informing them that they were violating town zoning regulations because their property was smaller than the 2 acres required to keep rabbits and other types of livestock.Read more »
NYPD unveils new high-tech crime tracking system. Each camera can detect consumption of 16 oz. sugary sodas, salt, cigarettes and/or baby formula within a half-mile radius. "We are not your mom and pop's police department anymore," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said describing the Domain Awareness System for reporters. "We are leading the pack."Read more »
Shatner was departing for a trip to Africa. During this search, the TSA forced Shatner's pants to fall down, who was not wearing underwear, and his 81-year-old unmentionables were briefly shown for all to see.Read more »
By the end of the first week of Pussy Riot's trial, everyone in the shabby Moscow courthouse was tired. Guards, armed with submachine guns, grabbed journalists and threw them out of the room at will.Read more »
Local, state and federal agents were back on the streets throughout the day as part of the ongoing effort known as "Operation Hot Spots." Three people were charged in an ongoing police sweep Thursday, including a man officials say was walking on Pine Street with a loaded handgun. Police also charged a suspected prostitute accused of turning a trick downtown and a man caught sipping liquor beneath a sign that warned: "No drinking."Read more »
The House passed the legislation Tuesday night by a vote of 261-116. Legislation Tuesday that would exempt certain presidential appointees from having to be confirmed by the Senate.Read more »
Mothers in large problem families should be “ashamed” of the damage they are doing to society and stop having children, a senior government adviser warns today. They are going to take steps to stop this!Read more »
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