Government work crews in Trinidad have accidentally crushed thousands of endangered turtle eggs and hatchlings at a beach resort, conservationists say.Read more »
they are broke-er than Greece, and now they want a bullet trainRead more »
(AP) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A New Mexico woman was arrested and spent a night in jail for not returning the book "Twilight" and two-DVD set "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" back to the library on time. The Albuquerque Journal reports Lori Teel was arrested and handcuffed at her Portales home in front of her five small children...for the $36 worth of library materialsRead more »
HOUSTON, TX — Houston’s homeless are still hungry, and those who want to feed them are still at odds with City Hall, since City Council approved an ordinance that prevents giving food to the hungry at will.
Shelby Stewart of Coalition to Defend Civil Rights and Human Dignity says, "I think that if Jesus were here today, and had 5 loaves and 2 fish, he would be in danger of going to jail for following the tenants of his faith.Read more »
The United States government has no idea how much real property it holds that is unused or underutilized and could be sold or transferred, according to a government audit.Read more »
If you want to mail a letter in Sugar Hill, N.H., you’d better be quick. The town’s postal unit has cut its hours to a mere 30 minutes per day, sparking outrage from the rural community’s 563 residents that has now caught the attention of the state’s two U.S. Senators. The Postal Service announced in May that instead of eliminating up to 3,700 post offices, it would instead reduce their hours of operation from 8 hours per day to between 2 and 4 hours, but only after holding community meetings.Read more »
What he tried to do was hang LED lights in I Love NY plastic bags on wires attached to trees and lampposts, all to convey a message to the people of Williamsburg.Read more »
Personal story and more information about the Orlando postal worker who said a mysterious package from Yemen made him illRead more »
Victoria police officers ordered a man to use his car as a road blockade to stop an out-of-control speeding car even though his children were sitting in the back.Read more »
The report's authors found "numerous missteps, missed clues and missed opportunities that let authorities prosecute Carlos DeLuna for the crime of murder, despite evidence not only that he did not commit the crime but that another individual, Carlos Hernandez, did," the 780-page investigation found.Read more »
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