'My father beat the crap out of me and look how great I turned out.' 1. Sean Hannity: My father beat the crap out of me and look how great I turned out.
The new CBS political drama 'Madam Secretary' is a watered-down, faux feminist homage to Hillary Clinton.
When the overriding demand is for numbers, it's about visuals, which is about marketing, everything becomes lowest common denominator.
The Berlin grocery store is an experiment in ecoconcious consumption. Forget plastic bag bans. Berlin is now home to a supermarket that’s gotten rid ofall disposable packaging. Original Unverpackt (“Original Unpackaged”), which opened Saturday, is more of a shop, to be exact, but its 350-some products — including from fruits, vegetables, dry grains and pourable liquids like yogurt, lotion and shampoo — are dispensed into refillable containers.
Police say that the Tau Kappa Epsilon is under investigation after four people were dosed with "date rape" drugs and hospitalized.
Watch the live event here. In kicking off New York's Climate Week activities, the organizers of the People Climate March have come together to talk about their hopes for the March, the United Nations Climate Summit, and the challenge we face in stopping global warming. Speaking tonight are some of the top climate ambassadors at a private event at ABC Carpet and Home.
Climate advocates are participating in the NYC Climate Convergence, a conference advocating for "people, planet and peace over profit." Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream As environmental activists pour into New York City for Sunday’s People’s Climate March, expected to be the largest climate action in history, some climate advocates will already be there participating in the NYC Climate Convergence, a conference advocating for “people, planet and peace over profit,” Sept.
Where to discuss, rally and protest climate change in the Big Apple. The People’s Climate March in New York City is the centerpiece of the Big Apple's Climate Week.
Bernie sings the blues, and more! As Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders ponders a 2016 presidential run, reporters are digging up all kinds of tidbits from his past.
The court threw out a prohibitory “upskirt” photo law, because banning creepshots is “paternalistic." Ensuring that creeps will still be allowed to slip their camera phones under unsuspecting women's skirts, snap photos, then plaster them all over the Internet, Texas' highest criminal court struck down part of a law that would have banned “upskirt” photos this week.
The court threw out a prohibitory “upskirt” photo law, because banning creepshots is “paternalistic." Ensuring that creeps will still be able to slip their camera phones under unsuspecting women's skirts, snap photos, then plaster them all over the Internet, Texas' highest criminal court struck down part of a law that would have banned “upskirt” photos this week.
Maybe it’s time to stick a fork in education reform, and get set for what the new ed-tech industrialists are going to bring us.
Amid the new wave of protests in Ferguson, the sad and tragic cycle continues. From Ferguson, Missouri to Staten Island, New York, it seems like a new story about police brutality breaks every day.
Hint: It's good. But will deniers and despairers listen? Paul Krugman is seldom cheery, and you almost never hear good news about climate change.
"It's the kind of in-depth reporting you only get from Fox News, or Zappos." Colbert went to town Thursday night on the whole oft-repeated phrase "boots on the ground" when it comes to the war on Iraq.
The myth of comfort food is just that—a myth, new study says. People often turn to comfort foods as mood enhancers or stress reducers.
The cops tried to claim immunity from prosecution for doing their jobs. Disney World is not the only fantasyland in Orange County, Florida, according to the U.S.
The most important meal of the day is evolving — and not for the better. The first meal of the day just isn’t what it used to be.
The faithful are spinning out of control. If Christianity had its own PR flack, he would be slamming his fist on the desk right about now, as the faithful are spinning out of control. A Tennessee man, Ronnie Monday, and his friends thought they were doing the "Lord’s work," by raising money to erect a massive billboard in the town of Portland that called homosexuality an abomination.
The reported groper responded to the incident by saying that he's "grabbed plenty of girls’ a**es" in his life.