In times of grief, it’s common to consider the possibility of an afterlife, an eternal future, and the implications that such a reality would hold for the present. But in the normal day-to-day, it’s much easier to live by the clock.
The Battle of Bladensburg was a humiliating defeat for the U.S. in 1814, but 200 years later the sword of naval Commodore Joshua Barney has made its way back into American hands at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy.
Facebook and Apple are willing to pay for their female employees to freeze their eggs. Why potential mothers should give it a “like.”
Amid political cries to change the name of Washington, D.C.’s NFL football team, at least one A-list celebrity doesn’t want see the moniker and logo go.
Conservative radio host Michael Savage recently launched into a fiery rant against those who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, arguing that the “celebration of weakness and depression” has undermined the United States and its military.
Politics brings out certain petty behaviors in people, particularly those who frequent Facebook and Twitter. To like, or not to like, to friend — or horrors — unfriend? A retweet can be a personal matter, indeed. Politics and ideology play a pronounced role in the phenomenon, this according to an extensive survey and analysis of “political divisiveness” among Americans released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center. The study found that liberals are more likely to dump a friend than conservatives over partisan leanings alone.
A U.S. airman on leave in Minnesota found out the hard way that it’s not a good idea to give any cop a “wet willy.”