For the past couple of years, we've reported in some horrifying detail on how the professional left has totally transformed the city of San Francisco from this country's most beautiful city, our Cape into
"We had no idea if he was going to make it through or not," his father said, who didn't know about his son's vaping habit Texas teen Tryston Zohfeld was fighting to stay alive when his seemingly healthy
Winning your boss's love is not about being great. It's about being great at the right things. The search for appreciation and approval from the boss is a quest that's been around since the invention the
The most basic duty of every city is to protect public health and safety. But last September, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an alarming decision that strips cities of a critical tool in meeting
Prosecutors say it's their mission to make sure an Ohio cop "never wears the badge of a police officer again" after the 34-year-old was arrested Tuesday on accusations he tried to kidnap a 12-year-old
A judge who sentenced a man to life in prison Wednesday for installing secret cameras in a “staggering” number of Oklahoma homes while working for a security company said if the law allowed her she would
A combat veteran beauty queen says she was booted from the Ms. America pageant and stripped of her title as Ms. Nevada State because she is a proud supporter of President Trump. Katie Jo Williams, a U.S.
On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal unveiled the tough challenges confronted by overqualified job seekers. The article builds upon a study conducted by university professors at Carnegie Mellon, Stanford
Bill Clinton painting in Jeffrey Epstein's home a 'surprise' to woman who painted president wearing blue dress
Among those confounded by the revelation this week that accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein had owned and prominently displayed a freakish painting of former President Bill Clinton is the artist herself.
"I've liked creatures since I was small." I'm willing to bet many of us have fond memories of receiving balloon animals as children, but can any of us say we've received anything like this? Masayoshi a
Sperm can be segregated easily into male and female, scientists have shown for the first time, in a breakthrough which experts said could have ‘disruptive social consequences’ if applied to humans. Japanese