Target shooting and national pride come together in a video from Musical Targets, a company that makes and sells targets that ring with a specific musical note when they are hit.
With pierced nipples, copious tattoos and a ginger goatee, the man whose online moniker is “Justin J Speekz” doesn’t exactly fit the profile of a model — but that didn’t stop him from posing, shirt off and eyes smoldering, for a series of photos in the Florida Chili’s restaurant where he was a cook.
It’s an eerie story of a so-called “demonic infestation” that seems so terrifying that it is perfectly suited for the pages of a horror novel.
The Obama administration is considering easing sanctions on Iran without approval from Congress in order to move closer to a nuclear deal, the New York Times reported Sunday.
Cops are tasked with enforcing laws. Shouldn’t they be able to understand the laws, too? Video posted to YouTube Saturday shows what appears to be a disturbing case of police ignorance: A police officer literally reads out loud the rule that permits a man to play guitar in the subway, then arrests that man for playing guitar in the subway anyway.
A woman was filming a dance instruction video when she fell to the ground and, after a moment sitting there, face-planted forward into a deep sleep.
On Sunday, the St. Louis Rams stunned the NFL world by beating the defending-champion Seattle Seahawks.
While federal and state agencies institute new policies and procedures in light of Ebola making an appearance in the U.S., the White House has called for a suspension on research involving other viruses with deadly potential for the time being.
After facing criticism over recent comments about gay marriage, pastor Brian Houston of Hillsong Church, a famed megachurch with locations across the globe, released a statement noting that his theological worldview on the subject aligns “with most traditionally held Christian views.” The clarification of his conservative stance on homosexuality came after he appeared at a New York City news conference Thursday and declined to take a firm “yes or no” stance on homosexuality following questions about how Christians and churches should handle gay rights.
A review of officials statements and tweets from the Centers for Disease Control over the last three weeks reveals several subtle but important changes to the language the CDC has used when discussing Ebola.
Throughout the last century, the world watched as innovation paved the way for auto racing. Well, innovation is at it again.
It’s pretty well-known that the little blue pill, more formally known as Viagra, is meant to help men with sexual problems.
Two ordained ministers have filed a federal lawsuit and are seeking a restraining order that would prevent Idaho officials from forcing them to marry same-sex couples after claiming that they have been threatened with fines and possible jail time over their refusal.
Based on the mask of his sarcophagus, many might interpret the boy pharaoh known as King Tutuankamen to have been a handsome fellow when he ruled ancient Egypt, but recent analysis revealed some of his physical attributes were a bit off.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol, an unassuming Christian missionary who has spent years humbly and boldly serving vulnerable populations abroad, had a monumental choice to make when the deadly virus began spreading in Liberia last March: whether she should leave to protect herself or stay behind and help.
LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization has declared that Nigeria is now free of Ebola. A teacher checks body temperature of pupils for the Ebola virus at a school in Lagos on October 8, 2014.
Ferguson protesters and football fans fought in the street after the St. Louis Rams game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon, the St.
DENVER (TheBlaze/AP) — Peyton Manning has broken Brett Favre’s record for career touchdown passes with his 509th.
TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week about Houston’s city government subpoenaing church sermons, among other documentation, from five local faith leaders.
Superstar tennis player Serena Williams is angry over a comment by an International Olympic Committee member that referred to her and sister Venus as the “Williams brothers.” Venus and Serena (right) Williams of the U.S.