"I thought I should get the senior discount because I was a senior in high school."
Florida man who called cops to report his stolen drug stash is the latest in a string of dumb criminal attempts.
"The unexplainable is in the midst of boundless chaos."
Here are the three most common forms of "stupidity." You're welcome.
Author Sy Montgomery says octopuses are smart and have souls.
Democrats need to find their voice. In 2016 there are 198 Democratic seats in the Senate and House that will be up for election.
Many years ago I was conversing with my grandfather with the hope that he would help me purchase a particular item that cost
The best of the worst of Gretchen Carlson
It all started with this crazy video from music producer, Baauer. Then, everyone wanted to do it. And now, pop culture's favorite parade-crasher Ferris Bueller is jumping on the dance meme bandwagon, courtesy of What's Trending!
Haley Barbour warns GOP against 'stupid' and 'offensive' comments
I recently came across one of these numbers that really struck me: 21,000. This is the number of children who die per day
Like most of you who screw around reading stupid articles on the Internet instead of actually blazing a path towards greatness, I too yearn to reshape the world in my own image. So here is my latest idea.
In many of these stories, the stupid is someone simply wanting police help and wouldn't even merit a ticket if pot weren't illegal... so don't forget that the biggest stupid is prohibiting adult use of marijuana in the first place.
It's astonishing that Republicans have the audacity to oppose $33 billion in unemployment benefits while supporting $700 billion in tax breaks for the rich. But as far as I'm concerned, the Democrats are their spineless accomplices.
A new CBS News poll out confirms every other poll we've seen on the topic -- the American people are solidly against tax cuts for the rich. Now, as a politician, why would you be on the other side of this issue?
I think the answer may have been, yes. Instead of trying to clean up its mess, the company thought it could run a $90 million
Time and again we get variations on one of two themes: Indignation about things that are demonstrably not true, or open and defiant disbelief at things that demonstrably are true.