"I never doubted Obama’s support for the troops, only his support for their mission." Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates put out the daggers on Obama for his new book.
Your commute home today probably wasn’t as bad as that of the 1,000 people on the NJ Transit line that were stuck in a freezing train without power for nearly two hours.
Major pork producer Smithfield has asked its suppliers to stop putting pregnant pigs in tiny cages where they can barely move. It’s like they care.
Sunday: Prison inmate escapes Kentucky prison. Monday: Polar vortex hits. Tuesday: Man is back in prison—where, if nothing else, it’s warm.
Here’s what Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is up to these days.
Like some Americans, the complicated nature of the president’s case required an in-person sign-up. As you’d expect, the president’s personal information is not readily available in the variety of government databases HealthCare.gov uses to verify identities.Obama signed up for Obamacare today, but it was a staffer who had to wait in line.
President Obama has started a 17-day vacation in Hawaii, a vacation which will have a little bit of work—he’ll have daily briefings on the healthcare law and on national security—but (he hopes) a lot of rest.
Four men were arrested Saturday for their suspected roles in a New Jersey car-jacking that led to the death of a lawyer, who was killed in front of his wife after a day of Christmas shopping last weekend.
Worst possible way to lose a job: Write racist tweet before jumping on plane to Africa, fail to use the in-flight internet, and create a PR crisis for your company. (Oh yeah, you’re in charge of PR.)
Stuart Little meets Benjamin Button: Scientists have figured out a way to make the muscles in mice way younger.
Beyonce handed out $37,500 in gift cards at a Wal-Mart on Friday night.
The world’s newest country is having some major growing pains. On Monday, South Sudan fended off an attempted coup, which was led by a former vice president. President Salva Kiir, who has led the country since its formation, has called for a curfew in the nation’s capitol, Juba.
Obama’s probably gonna get more than he bargained for when he invites Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft and Twitter to the White House.
Of the $12.9 billion in aid the UN hopes to receive for 2014, nearly half of it would go to refugees in Syria.
If you’re the kind of person who washes their hands 50 times a day, don’t click this link.
We’ve been domesticating cats long before anyone knew what a GIF was.
We’ve seen several red lines put forward by the president, which went along and became pinkish as time grew, and eventually ended up completely white. When that kind of assurance comes from a leader of a country like the United States, we expect him to stand by it. There is an issue of confidence.Prince Turki al-Faisal, the former intelligence chief of Saudi Arabia, describes his country’s disappointment in the United States and Obama regarding the Syria conflict.
(Source: nytimes.com )
Obama once lived with his nearly deported Kenyan uncle, the White House revealed today. He was a law-school student, it was the ’80s and the president was waiting for his apartment to be ready. The revelation is something the government denied until this week, which Drudge is calling a flip-flop for some reason.
With chaos taking over in the Central African Republic, the French government is sending troops into the country this week. France ceded control of the former colony in 1960.
Cities across the country took part in strikes against the fast-food industry.
Blame faulty wiring in the brain for dyslexia, a new study says.