Janay Rice has become something of an unwilling face to the domestic violence awareness movement. Throughout the ordeal that began earlier this year with TMZ releasing two videos showing Ray Rice knock her out with two left hooks in an Atlantic City elevator, she has remained steadfastly in her husband’s corner.
A Wells Fargo discrimination lawsuit has been filed against the bank institution, accusing it of charging female and minority customers more for borrowing money.
The Best Buy website crashed on Black Friday. Twice; once in the morning hours and once again in the late afternoon.
Dennis Rodman, the former NBA basketball player, professional wrestler, and self-appointed ambassador to North Korea, has taken aim at the Ferguson riots.
The Washington Redskins’ Thanksgiving tweet may have been well-intentioned, but it didn’t go over so well.
Lesley McSpadden, the mother of slain teen Michael Brown, could be facing jail time for reportedly attacking people selling t-shirts that read “Justice for Michael Brown.” A police report obtained by The Smoking Gun identified McSpadden as one of a group of people who physically attacked people who were selling the t-shirts.
Zak Bagans, no relation to Bilbo, but star of the popular Syfy paranormal reality television show, Ghost Adventures, is selling his Las Vegas home which he believes to be haunted by an unfriendly and violent demonic presence, reports TMZ.
On Sunday, the people of Switzerland will go to the voting booth to decide their nation’s economic future.
Giraffes may be headed for extinction as their numbers rapidly decline. Sadly, the giraffe’s demise has gone mostly unnoticed in the scientific community.
Seth Rogen has come up with one of the weirdest and possibly ingenious ways to market a movie ever. Either that, or he’s crazy.
Two missing young boys were discovered alive early Thanksgiving morning after an officer had a hunch they were buried in five feet of snow.
Tamir Rice was shot within two seconds of police pulling up to the boy in a Cleveland park, with newly released footage appearing to contradict the original claim from officers that they warned the 12-year-old several times to drop what turned out to be a BB gun.
The Westboro Baptists’ turkey prank victimization hasn’t fazed them a bit — the anti-gay, anti-soldier, anti-…well, anti almost everything church is laughing it off, and calling it an opportunity to ‘witness’ their unusual brand of Christianity to the world.
The Star Wars trailer anticipation has been out of this world, and Friday morning, the world was able to wake up from their turkey hangovers to 88 seconds of wild-eyed childhood glory reborn.
Although Ray Rice is likely breathing a sigh of relief after his “indefinite” suspension from the NFL was overturned today, one ESPN sports columnist may be getting the last laugh on another matter.
Kendall Jenner calls out her haters in a new video, using a few lines from the 2004 teen comedy, Mean Girls to get her point across.
The stars of 19 Kids and Counting just played a part in raising a large sum of money for LGBT youth. However, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar haven’t had a change of heart about homosexuality — they unwittingly played a part in helping a LGBT charity by discriminating against members of the LGBT community.
Though this video may not seem that strange to people in America, the girl in this video is actually breaking multiple Iranian laws by dancing in the subway car.
Larry Steve McQuilliams, suspect in the Austin shooting spree that happened Friday morning, is dead. An Austin police officer shot McQuilliams while the suspect was firing shots in downtown Austin, NBC News reports.
Cruel and unusual punishment can take many forms, and it’s often in the eye of the beholder what qualifies.