A popular San Francisco restaurant called Bacon Bacon must shut its doors Friday after failed negotiations with neighbors who complained about the smell of bacon.
Abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell was found guilty Monday on three counts of first degree murder for the deaths of infants at his Philadelphia clinic.
New York based protesters greeted the world’s richest man and New York Times owner Carlos Slim with the Imperial March from Star Wars—on kazoos.
Prior to going to Iraq in 2004, Gen. James Mattis answered a colleague’s request to elaborate on the importance of reading for military officers. That response made its way into an email that subsequently went viral.
The Internal Revenue Service acknowledged Friday that conservative groups that included the words “tea party” or “patriot” in their applications for tax-exempt status were singled out for further review during the election.
The Newseum, a journalism museum located in Washington, D.C., defended its controversial inclusion of two purported journalists widely considered to be terrorists into a memorial for slain reporters on Friday afternoon.
There’s really not much use in being annoyed with The Great Gatsby as filmed by Baz Luhrmann, the hopped-up auteur who’s previously worked his magic on Moulin Rouge! and Romeo and Juliet. If you want a staid, “respectful” cinematic translation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic, there are plenty of other options for you to choose from.
A senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood failed to show up for a prominent public address in Washington, D.C., Thursday afternoon, sparking multiple questions and confusion among participants of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s (WINEP) annual conference.