It’s an email that raised eyebrows. After the State Department released a batch of Hillary Clinton emails Tuesday night, one particular message attracted attention.
After a young staffer told Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz how “nice” a member of the media is, Cruz said he actually stopped the young man with a harsh reminder about the intentions of most reporters.
A video posted online this week shows a large great white shark attack a diving cage for about a minute as one of the women inside screams in pure horror.
The knock at Sofia Velador’s door came just after 9 a.m. Tuesday. A woman was at the home’s entrance asking to use a phone since her car broke down with her son in it, Las Vegas Now reported.
Veteran Democratic strategist and Clinton ally Lanny Davis went on Fox Business Network and claimed that Hillary Clinton has never changed her position on a single issue in her entire political career, an assertion that was almost immediately challenged.
A Texas man was allegedly attacked last month by an illegal immigrant “known by local law enforcement to be violent.” Unfortunately for the suspect, the man was a gun owner and was able to defend himself, police said.
After seeing a recent spate of studies and stories speculating about the possible difference between male and female brains, we took TheBlaze cameras onto the streets of New York City and asked people about the differences between men and women and their brains.
Ryan Uhler readily admits he can be a troublemaker when it comes to social media activity. “It’s funny to go on and just see what other people are thinking and maybe stir the pot in either direction,” the Florida man told WZVN-TV.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb announced his presidential campaign on Thursday, opening a long-shot bid against Hillary Rodham Clinton and a field of Democratic rivals for the party’s nomination.
Glenn Beck told the Dalai Lama about his “Never Again Is Now” initiative on Wednesday, describing it as an event to “bring different faiths together without mixing our theology.” Beck plans to deliver aid to victims of persecution in the Middle East and do a series of church tours in America starting in Birmingham, Alabama on August 28th.
The unlikely duo that may have saved a 78-year-old Terry Smith’s life got a surprise visit recently from a woman they had never met.
Glenn Beck on Thursday announced new details about his “Never Again Is Now” initiative that will begin in Birmingham, Alabama on August 28th.
BASE jumpers who glide around in wingsuits take a risk every time they takeoff, but few actually seek out as dangerous of a mission as Uli Emanuele.
Calling to mind several scenes from “Jaws,” a fisherman’s crazy battle with a shark off the coast of Stuart, Florida, was captured on video.
In a nation that only declared itself as Ebola free almost two months ago, the news that a third person is confirmed to have the disease in Liberia, following two other cases, is raising fears that another outbreak could start.
A major American city with its own fair share of budget problems is literally throwing away money. An Arizona man said he found a stack of uncashed checks made out to the city of Phoenix in a dumpster.
Outspoken actor and activist George Takei, known for his role as Hikaru Sulu in “Star Trek,” said that he and his husband are “overjoyed” by the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage, and issued some shocking comments about conservative Justice Clarence Thomas.
If you have blue eyes, you’re more likely to be alcohol-dependent than people with any other eye color, according to a new study from the University of Vermont.
Fourth of July fireworks might light up the sky with a dazzling display for only a few moments, but scientists say they actually leave something behind that can last a bit longer.
Self-proclaimed socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders can hardly be written off after attracting a whopping 10,000 supporters at a campaign event in Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday — and casting more than a little doubt on Hillary Clinton’s shoo-in status for the Democratic presidential nomination.