A 50-year-old man who told authorities he was fed up with teens toilet-papering his house decided to defend his property - with a squirt gun filled with fox urine. Now, Scott Wagar is in trouble with the law.
The Federal Reserve refused a request by Bloomberg News to disclose the recipients of more than $2 trillion of emergency loans from U.S. taxpayers and the assets the central bank is accepting as collateral.
Everyone gets a piece of the pie. Read the last sentence of this article.
The answer to economic recovery is, simply, more freedom. We need more freedom, lots of it, if we are to hope to make a recovery from the current economic situation anytime soon. It is at the height of arrogance for the President-elect and the members of Congress to presume that they know best how to allocate and invest resources to bring about a robust e...
FCC Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate praised DRM as 'very effective' and raised a flag in favor of ISP filtering.
Unfortunately, Obama is positioning himself to not follow through with The Change in foreign policy that he eloquently spoke about in the campaign, but beyond that, being a candidate perceived to be “far left”, he has neutralized a significant amount of anti-war pressure from the left.
After all the money AIG's had shoveled at it, why does it need another $10 billion? Because, as the Wall Street Journal reports, the money its gotten from the government are supposed to pay off its bad CDS bets -- essentially, the money went to retiring the underlying CDO.
Three police officers were charged on Tuesday for their roles in the alleged assault of a 24-year-old body piercer on a busy Brooklyn subway platform in October. One of the officers, Richard Kern, who is accused of sodomizing the man with his baton, faces the most serious charge, aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree.
Officers arrested a 23-year-old man in the decapitation of Mr. Buck, a beloved deer at Bear Creek Pioneers Park's wildlife sanctuary who authorities have since learned fought back as he was attacked last month.
Software used to tally votes in this year's general election dropped 197 paper ballots from the totals at one precinct. The system's audit log also appears to have deleted any sign that the ballots had ever been recorded.