NRA Recognizes More Russian Ties

The National Rifle Association (NRA) revealed in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) that the organization has received financial contributions from 23 people associated with Russia since 2015. The letter, written by the NRA general counsel John Frazer, dated Tuesday and made public on Wednesday, acknowledged that the NRA accepted a bit over $2,500

The Kid Who Made Yodeling Cool

Ellen DeGeneres had 11-year-old Mason Ramsey on her show. A video of video Mason went viral after performing a remarkable cover of Hank Williams Sr.’s “Lovesick Blues” at a Walmart. Mason took the stage with the timeless tune, and Ellen had a couple of surprises for him too!

Lower Incomes Make Better Marriages

Researchers from Harvard and Boston’s McLean Hospital monitored the brain activity of 300 patients who struggled with depression. The results that came back showed antidepressants help some people, but it also revealed how financial security impacts ones overall mental health and love life. The study published Tuesday in the journal Social Science Research is one of

Russian Doctors Accidentally Embalm Patient

Yesterday The Washington Post reported that a Russian woman received formaldehyde instead of a saline drip during a routine surgery for ovarian cysts. There is no information about how the medical staff caring for , Ekaterina Fedyaeva, neglected to read the label on the lethal injection before administering it to her. Fedyaeva’s organs slowly shut down post

Job Interview Turns Into Arrest

A New Hampshire woman wanted on theft charges was arrested Friday in Manchester, after walking into a jail to apply for a job. The background check in Kristina Hoef’s application process revealed her warrant. She was placed into custody after this was revealed and will appear in court this Monday.

Zombie Raccoons

Police in Youngstown, Ohio have received more than a dozen calls in the past three weeks about “zombie-like” raccoons. The state Department of Natural Resources says the animals weren’t zombies and didn’t have rabies. They were likely suffering from distemper. The viral disease causes tremors, coughing, seizures and causes raccoons not fear humans.

Humans Destroying Walden Pond with Pee

Walden Pond, the body of water, which inspired Henry David Thoreau’s famous book Walden; or, Life in the Woods, is being ruined by years and years’ worth of visitors urine. The water has been a national landmark loved by Americans for decades. Thousands upon thousands have travelled to Concord, Massachusetts to dip their toes in

Algerian Military Plane Crash Kills 257 people

An Algerian military plane has crashed near Algiers. The 257 people on board were all killed, officials say.  The defense ministry reported that most of the deceased are army personnel and their families. Ten crew members also died. Polisario Front, an Algerian-backed separatist group in Western Sahara, had 26 members on board who also passed

Scottish Rapist Only Charged 10 yrs for Horrific Violence

As more and more victims of sexual assault come forward especially following the international #metoo campaign, one would think more justice would be available to the victims. A courageous rape victim, Katie Johnston, pressed charges on her rapist and opened up about the moment when a stranger attacked her and scarred her forever. She believed

Trump Ready for War: Threatens Russia

President Donald Trump seems to be more clear about taking action in Syria after Saturday’s deadly chemical attack. Trump tweeted early Wednesday morning, “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!’ You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his

EC Raids Rupert Murdoch HQ

The Daily Telegraph has announced that the British headquarters of the Murdoch entertainment empire 21st Century Fox has been raided by investigators from the European Commission. Murdoch entertainment includes American Fox News network. The EC has controls raids particularly one of businesses suspected of creating a monopoly, abusing production quality, or being a part of a price