Local hospitals in the Canton area have been inundated with patients approximately one hour after the Trump rally.
After a contentious exchange during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee, first responders and D.C. Metro Police are confirming that medical crews are hurriedly trying to remove former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates' foot from the rectum of a sitting though at the moment rather uncomfortably U.S. Senator.
A new study has found that as many of 61% of registered Republicans think that an ISIS attack on an abortion clinic would be "OK."
According to Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Oversight Michael T. Mahar, a nuclear war with North Korea may lead to nuclear war.
During the 1970s he was arguably the most popular performer in the United State and exported his unique brand of optimism around the globe. But few know of his darker past, which the talented bard fought an internal battle for the rest of his life.
Billionaire reality-TV mogul and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump unveiled a new campaign slogan today which he said is "reflexive of pivoting to the generalization election in November" as well as a signal to conservatives his "foreign policy will be the bestest, yoogest, most spectacular foreign policy ever."
In a surprise announcement, the National Security Agency or NSA will conduct and publish all Press Releases in Haiku according to Deputy NSA for Strategic Communications Ben Rhodes. The move appears to be an effort to make the oft-criticized security agency look hip, modern and less onerous with regards to personal liberty.
In a move to appease the Trump administration's voucher education system, Jeff Bezos announced a plan to integrate K-12 schooling into warehouse operations.