• 11 Pretzel Hacks That'll Rock Your Whole World October 22, 2017

    11 Pretzel Hacks That'll Rock Your Whole World


  • Report: White House Rushed Condolences To Gold Star Families October 22, 2017

    Report: White House Rushed Condolences To Gold Star FamiliesMultiple families of military service members killed in the line duty are now getting rush-delivered letters from President Donald Trump, days after Trump claimed he had called the immediate families of all service members who had been killed since he took office in January.


  • Report: Fox Renewed Bill O'Reilly's Contract After $32 Million Harassment Settlement October 22, 2017

    Report: Fox Renewed Bill O'Reilly's Contract After $32 Million Harassment SettlementFox News extended host Bill O’Reilly’s contract for $100 million over four years shortly after he reached a $32 million agreement to settle claims of sexual harassment from a former network employee, The New York Times reported Saturday.


  • Rachel Maddow Defends Niger Theory After Experts Call It 'Conspiracymongering' October 22, 2017

    Rachel Maddow Defends Niger Theory After Experts Call It 'Conspiracymongering'Rachel Maddow on Friday doubled down on her controversial reporting on the deadly Niger ambush on U.S. troops, in which she linked President Donald Trump’s travel ban with the deaths of four soldiers.


  • Eric Holder: Harvey Weinstein Revelations Must Prompt Culture Shift On Sexual Harassment October 21, 2017

    Eric Holder: Harvey Weinstein Revelations Must Prompt Culture Shift On Sexual HarassmentIn the wake of the explosive revelations about alleged sexual harassment and assault perpetrated by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and other powerful men, former United States Attorney General Eric Holder called on men to take responsibility for creating a culture that allowed such abuse to occur ― and act to change.


  • Catalonia's leaders fight off direct rule from Madrid October 21, 2017

    Catalonia's leaders fight off direct rule from MadridBy Julien Toyer and Sam Edwards MADRID/BARCELONA (Reuters) – Catalonia’s leaders said on Saturday they would not accept direct rule imposed on the region by the Spanish government, as a political crisis that has rattled the economy and raised fears of prolonged unrest showed no signs of easing. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced earlier on Saturday he would invoke special constitutional powers to fire the regional government and force a new election to counter the region’s move towards independence. Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, who made a symbolic declaration of independence on Oct. 10 after a referendum to secede, called Rajoy’s moves the “worst attacks against the people of Catalonia” since Spain’s military dictatorship.


  • Father Killed On His Way Home Work When Teens Allegedly Throw Rocks Off Highway Overpass October 21, 2017

    Father Killed On His Way Home Work When Teens Allegedly Throw Rocks Off Highway OverpassThe teens have since been arrested.


  • 'Czech Trump' clinches election victory, eurosceptics boosted October 21, 2017

    'Czech Trump' clinches election victory, eurosceptics boostedWith voters upset over traditional parties and orders from Brussels, billionaire populist Andrej Babis, dubbed the “Czech Trump”, clinched victory in the Czech Republic’s election on Saturday, while eurosceptics and an anti-Islam group backed by France’s National Front made strong gains. State election officials citing results from 99.9 percent of polling stations said Babis’s anti-corruption and anti-euro ANO (Yes) movement won with 29.7 percent support (78 parliament seats) followed by the eurosceptic right-wing ODS party on 11.3 percent (25 seats). Despite the country’s economic success, analysts say many Czechs who are heavily in debt or working long hours for low wages feel they have been left behind and are turning to populist, eurosceptic and far-right anti-EU parties to vent their ire.


  • New Tax Proposal Could Affect 401K Plans for Millions of Americans October 21, 2017

    New Tax Proposal Could Affect 401K Plans for Millions of AmericansAccording to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the proposal being considered would reduce the amount a worker could contribute tax-free to just $2,400 a year.


  • Transcript errors and omissions prolong Jodi Arias appeal October 21, 2017

    Transcript errors and omissions prolong Jodi Arias appealPHOENIX (AP) — Jodi Arias’ case remains a headache for Arizona’s court system long after her murder trial had spectators lining up for seats, attorneys squabbling in court and two different juries deadlocking on whether she deserved the death penalty.