Pollution of America's waterways temporarily produces artificial beauty; Cowboys owner/noted medical genius sees no link between NFL and brain disease; God isn't the only sky creature who has no love for most of the human race and more.
Pope joins Instagram to the delight of online believers; GOP will not consider SCOTUS nominee or anything else Obama wants; scientists believe dogs are more intelligent than we give the little bastards credit for and more.
Republican group might need to hire one of them social media managers; Syrian refugees introduced to Western culture courtesy of furry convention; Trump revises Cincinnati trip fearing how tiny hands would look holding a coney and more.
FBI confused about iPhones, proposes trampling privacy rights to address issue; officer not charged in crash thanks to helpful coworkers; rad tech used to determine identity of artist who wished to remain anonymous and more.
Melissa Click went too far when
she called for immediate violence against student reporters, and
Pete Santilli may
have overstepped the journalist’s role when he supported the militants’
occupation of a federal animal refuge.
Kase Dawg realizes he has zero shot of becoming prez; service animals can only be certain types of animals, because people ruin everything; supreme court justice performs job duties like stoned, shy high school student and more.
I’ve never understood reporters who invent stories, events, sources or quotes. Whether reporters expect to get away with it is unclear,
but getting caught can be a career-killer. Who trusts a proven cheat or
unreasonable litigation risk?