As if we didn’t already know enough about each other thanks to Facebook, the social network behemoth has added one more step, which allows members to share where they are while on the move.
Three weeks ago, Michael A. Green walked out of the Texas penitentiary system a free man — but only after spending 27 years in prison for a rape that DNA evidence proved he didn’t commit.
The controversy keeps rolling in about the proposed Islamic mosque in Lower Manhattan and the big complaint is that building sits near where the World Trade Center stood before terrorists destroyed it, thus making it hallowed ground.
You’ve probably heard of ‘anchor babies,’ but there’s a new scare-mongering term from people who want to repeal the 14th Amendment: ‘terror babies.’ What are they? Where do they come from? Are they cute or are they evil? Head on …
Who doesn’t want a hottie at the head of the classroom? No one. But babe-alicious professors beware, The Chronicle of Higher Education is now saying.
‘Bo the Bailer’ is (finally) in the right place: the single column.
Hero or criminal? There’s so much talk of disgruntled flight attendant Steven Slater, but what drove him out of the emergency exit?
The opponents of the mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero aren’t giving up yet.
Vaughn Walker is a gay man, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. He is also a federal judge who this week struck down California’s same-sex marriage ban. Should he have recused himself?
Gay marriage activists got a win today in California, after a federal judge ruled that Proposition 8, the ballot that banned same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional.
In other words, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates are super-persuasive.