The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history just became your personal problem.
Reports now say that on July 24, a Liberian man named Patrick Sawyer tested positive for the lethal virus — in the mega city of Lagos, Nigeria.
"People should either be caressed or crushed."
— Niccolò Machiavelli
Recreational marijuana sales began in Washington today, as the state became the second in the nation to make pot legal for all.
Want marital bliss? Then stay in your place, ladies!
That’s the latest message from Susan Patton, a.k.a. the “Princeton Mom,” who’s back to tell all you ungrateful wives how to make your husbands happy.
During a recent segment on Fox & Friends titled “Husband Appreciation: Sage Advice For Wives,” the controversial author slammed the modern woman for acting like “an entitled princess.” Feminists “have overcorrected” for past inequalities, Patton asserts, lamenting the fact “women now have become so emboldened by these antagonistic feminists that they have lost sight of the fact that this is the man you married.”
New York has just become the 23rd state to legalize medical marijuana in the U.S.–this coming as North Carolina made the move last week to permit the use of marijuana oil to treat epileptic children.
An average Manhattan apartment costs about $865,000. But for less than half of that, you can purchase an entire town — three trailers, a small home and six acres of prairie land.
The tiny town of Swett, S.D., is on the market, and it can be all yours for a mere $399,000. Though it once had a population near 40 and its own post office, the town’s population dwindled as residents moved to larger urban centers. The two lone citizens — three if you count their dog — are moving out.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that bosses of privately run companies may object on religious grounds to a provision of President Barack Obama’s signature health care law that would have compelled them to provide birth control free of charge as part of coverage plans.
The court held on a 5-4 vote — split along ideological lines — that closely held companies could seek an exemption from the mandatory coverage of contraception under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The decision means some employees may have to obtain certain forms of birth control, such as the morning-after pill, from other sources.