A Pennsylvania SWAT officer was able to diffuse an hourslong standoff situation by singing “White Christmas” to a suspect who’d barricaded himself with a gun and had opened fire on police officers. What are the details? The situation unfolded on Christmas Day, when a man identified as Nathaniel Lewis of East Vincent, Pennsylvania, reportedly barricaded
Stephens College — a traditionally women-only college in Columbia, Missouri, founded around 1833 — will now admit men who identify as women. What are the details? According to Inside Higher Ed, the school has announced that its administration will “admit and enroll students who were not born female, but who identify and live as women.”
A quick-thinking Burger King employee can be credited for reportedly stopping an armed robbery, according to KTRK-TV. What are the details? The attempted robbery occurred in Houston in August when a suspect pulled up to the drive-thru window as the last customer of the evening. The employee, Matthew Linscomb, was working the closing shift that
Texas congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw reached out to “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson after Davidson shared a concerning social media post about suicide on Instagram Saturday. What happened? The posting, shared on Davidson’s now-defunct Instagram page, read, “[I] really don’t want to be on this earth anymore. I’m doing my best to stay here for
Suzy Alummuttil — 83 years old and caring for her husband, who had just returned from hospice care — had to fend off a burglary suspect in her Fort Worth, Texas, home last week. Suzy ended up being OK, but her husband of 52 years died the next day. What are the details? Suzy was
CBS has denied former CEO Les Moonves $120 million in severance pay after investigating multiple allegations of sexual misconduct laid against him. What are the details? On Tuesday, the Associated Press reported that Moonves will not receive a penny of an estimated $120 million severance package. The news comes on the heels of the network’s
Missouri man David Berry Jr. must watch Disney’s 1942 animated movie “Bambi” monthly during his yearlong sentence for crimes in scheming to poach hundreds of deer. The Springfield News-Leader reports that the operation was one of the largest deer-poaching cases in state history. Really? Indeed. According to Missouri state’s Conservation Department, Berry was involved in
High school seniors are taught important life skills on “Adulting Day” at Bullitt Central High School in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. … Really? Yes, really. According to WAVE-TV, the event was held on Wednesday at the school, and featured speakers from the U.S. Army, banking institutions, churches, police departments, and more. Christy Hardin, director of the BCHS
A New York man is behind bars after reportedly issuing death threats to an unnamed female U.S. senator. The New York Post reported that 41-year-old David Brogan — whom they referred to as a “pro-life Trump supporter” — is the suspect behind the threats that were delivered in a voicemail earlier in December. What were
An unidentified male teenager is dead after police thwarted plans to attack an Indiana school on Thursday. What are the details? The teenager was on his way to Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond, Indiana, when police received a tip that the teen was planning to carry out a plan to commit violence at the school.
Children in Lordstown, Ohio, are writing letters to General Motors, begging the company to spare their town’s auto plant. In November, GM announced that they would be closing several plants in North America — including the plant in Lordstown — in March 2019. About 15,000 people are expected to be impacted by the plant closures.
Writer, director, producer, and actor Tyler Perry paid off more than $400,000 Walmart Christmas layaways recently in and around his Atlanta home. What are the details? On Thursday, Perry shared a Twitter video telling his followers that if they had layaways at the Walmart locations in East Point, Georgia, or Douglasville, Georgia, to go pick
ABC News is under fire for remarks their on-camera commentators made about President Donald Trump’s future funeral. The remarks were made during the livestream Wednesday of former President George H. W. Bush’s funeral. What was said? While covering Bush’s funeral, some of the ABC hosts couldn’t resist taking a few swings at Trump, and began
Netflix star Jonathan Van Ness embarked on a Twitter rant Wednesday — the very day former President George H. W. Bush’s funeral was held in Washington, D.C. Van Ness, a star on the rebooted version of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” attempted to point out what he believed were the late president’s shortcomings in
The family of an elderly woman accused American Airlines of leaving her stranded in the airport overnight in her wheelchair. Except American Airlines is speaking out and the airline company says that the incident didn’t happen the way the woman’s family indicated it did — and the airline has what appears to be proof. What’s
There is an occupy movement bigger than Occupy Wall Street. This movement is more dangerous to the American culture and society than a bunch of unwashed heathen pot-heads who want everything handed to them on a coke-lined mirror. These occupiers are occupying American jobs, educations, welfare, healthcare and public housing. These occupiers march
Being an authentic conservative often means standing outside the inner-circle where conservatives should stand together fighting the progressives destroying America and the Constitution. Dr. Michael Savage understands the alienation and fight better than anyone in radio and print news. He’s banned from entering Great Britain and placed on a terror-watch list for excising non-violent
When: Thursday, February 9th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where:Streaming Internet Radio What: Join independent political commentator Rich Mitchell (Michelle is at CPAC) as he discuss issues impacting Americans. With Michelle off at CPAC mayhem to ensue. Tonight: The Santorum effect, are we headed for a brokered convention, women in the military and the surprising downturn in gun ownership.
Senator Thomas Carper (D)- Delaware It is not too often that I can actually say I am proud of an elected Government Official. It is even more rare that I am able to say I am proud of a Democrat in office, much less a Democrat Senator. Today, I am so proud of Senator