Rob Alleva gets bit or stung by a lot of dangerous animals on the new History Channel series "Kings of Pain."
No, Just no. Nope.
At a campaign rally in New Mexico, President Donald Trump tried to sway Hispanic voters, even though only 25% approve of the job he is doing.
... and climate change may be at least partly to blame.
The rapper will also executive produce the Fox show.
A toxin in Polybia paulista's sting reportedly kills tumor cells without harming healthy ones.
Passover sneaks up on me. With our two older daughters away at college and no invitations to attend a Seder elsewhere, the holiday seems easy to ignore. Then, on the second night, Atticus asks, "When's our Seder?"
From artists to political leaders, the message should be the same: Our differences make us stronger. Our duty is not to try to eliminate, but rather to understand those differences for a peaceful future.
WASP Millie Dalrymple, who in 1942 answered our country's call for women pilots to serve at home in order to free male pilots
In what is less of an epic fight and more of an epic annihilation, a wasp tears a bee in half before casually flying away
At the time of that writing there were less than 300 WASP with us. Today, that number may be closer to 200. Millie Dalrymple
A recent Change.org online petition to get the Disney Store to "stop selling sexist Avengers T-shirts" has received nearly 6,000 signatures. The shirts in question include one for boys that reads, "Be a Hero," and one for girls that reads, "I Need a Hero."
While Millie and John had been an ocean apart serving their country each in his and her own way, John felt a connection registering in his mind, tugging at his heart and rekindling his emotions.
The army would not even allow the U.S. flag to be put on fallen coffins of the WASP corps. Millie, however, said she harbors no ill will or bitterness towards the government and considered herself to be "one of the luckiest women in the United States to have had the opportunity."
The First Amendment guarantees our right to embrace any religion we choose, no matter how peculiar. It also protects our right to talk about it along with almost anything else (truthfulness is optional).
By Mariko Lochridge Set off if bees posted as "guards" at the entrance to the colony detect an intruder, the move evolved
On the eve of this most recent Veterans Day, I had the privilege of accompanying World War II veteran John Tschirhart to a reception hosted by the Texas Veterans Land Board at the Capitol Visitors Center, in Austin, Texas.