Female college student, 19, dies in police custody after swallowing bag of meth during traffic stop arrest
‘I just wanted us all to be together’: Chilling words of crazed mother-of-two ‘who attacked daughter, 9, with electric HEDGE CLIPPERS and nearly severed her thumb before trying to commit suicide’
- Maureen Mullin, 39, faces attempted murder and assault charges
- Daughter, 9, suffered severe cuts but is expected to recover; her 5-year-old sister was unharmed
- Anthony Mullin, girls’ father, was able to stop bloody attack by unplugging gardening tool and holding wife in a bear hug
- Mrs Mullin has been taking medication for depression Continue reading
Revealed: How taxpayers paid for Justice Department unit to ‘support protests after killing of Trayvon Martin’
By David Martosko In Washington PUBLISHED: 10 July 2013 DailyMail
Documents published online Wednesday by a conservative watchdog group show that the Community Relations Service, an arm of the U.S. Justice Department, spent taxpayer dollars to help organize and implement plans for the initial string of rallies in Sanford, Florida following the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Continue reading
Paula Deen’s store manager blames stress of coping with boss’s recent N-word troubles after she’s charged with beating up boyfriend in drunken attack Continue reading
Microsoft Has Been Hacked, And It May Be A Googler‘s Fault
(Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said hackers have attacked some computers by exploiting a bug in Windows first disclosed two months ago by a GoogleInc researcher, who came under fire at the time for publicizing the flaw without going to the software company first. Continue reading
The ultimate American fried chicken roadmap for 2013
Chicken Annie’s 1 Chicken Annie’s: Pittsburg, Kan.
We know, you think your mom makes the best fried chicken out there. Nostalgia and hometown bias aside, though, many of us are also very opinionated about our favorite fried chicken joints outside of our own childhood kitchens.
Fried chicken is a quintessential American dish, along with hamburgers, hot dogs, apple pie, barbecue, peanut butter, and casseroles. It’s cheap, relatively easy to prepare (although some obviously do it better than others), and is a great equalizer: no matter who you are or where you’re from, you’re expected to eat it with your hands. Continue reading
Major Newspapers Reject Pro-life Ad
Mom needs more than 100 stitches after husband slashes her in front of children
Patricia Woody’s estranged husband John waited near her lower East Side apartment and slashed her repeatedly with a razor in front of their three children, after clogging the keyhole on her front door with slivers of wood. Continue reading
32 Tricks You Can Do With Wolfram Alpha, The Most Useful Site In The History Of The Internet
Wolfram Alpha is probably the most useful site on the internet. It’s not a search engine, it’s not an encyclopedia, and it’s not a calculator, but it’s a little bit of all of that. It’s really the only member of its field. Originally developed as an online version of Stephen Wolfram’s Mathematica software, its basic functionality is that of a math equation solver. Continue reading
Popular ADHD Study Drugs Don’t Actually Boost Grades
Attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder drugs are becoming ever more common, both legally prescribed to kids and illegally used as a study or work aid. Despite their popularity, however, drugs like Ritalin may not help in school at all, according to a new study.
7 People Who Were Arrested Because Of Something They Wrote On Facebook
Cameron D’Ambrosio at his trial.
Many people exercise poor judgement on Facebook, a site where Freedom of Speech may no longer apply. Recently, young Facebook users who have posted controversial status messages have ended up in jail. Continue reading
America‘s youngest mayor, Bobby, 4, puts his campaign for second term as head of Minnesota town on hold as he goes fishing
By Simon Tomlinson DailyMail PUBLISHED: 10 July 2013
He’s not even in school yet, loves cotton candy ice cream and would rather go fishing than debating. But four-year-old Robert ‘Bobby’ Tufts commands a great deal of respect in one U.S. town. In fact, he’s the mayor. And he’s got the county’s top law enforcement official in his pocket. Continue reading