The investigation into Friday’s murder of leading Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov will be overseen personally by Vladimir Putin. Putin has already narrowed the possible suspects down to two groups: everyone in Ukraine, and shirts.
Alaska has become the third state to legalize marijuana. Which means now everyone in Alaska can be baked.
Rajendra Pachauri, the head of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, resigned Tuesday after being accused of sexual harassment. The harassment occurred when he asked an employee, “Is it hot in here, or is it just our entire planet?” (more…)
NBC has suspended Brian Williams for six months. During his suspension, Williams hopes to spend more time lying to his family.
The top judge in Alabama blocked gay marriage in his state because he says it would lead to father-daughter weddings. He was then overruled on the grounds that Alabama already allows father-daughter weddings.
ISIS is punishing residents who violate their bans on smoking with lashes, prison time, and even execution. Not only that, but ISIS will make them finish the whole pack!!! (more…)
Water use in California last month was cut by 22%. So the Golden State celebrated the only way we know how: with a wet t-shirt contest.
This week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie went on a trip to London, and London Bridge finally fell down.
Following his Super Bowl victory, Bill Belichick raised some eyebrows for kissing his 30-year-old daughter on the mouth. He didn’t mean to kiss her on the mouth, but he thought she was Tom Brady. (more…)
The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in Super Bowl LXIX. So kids: cheat!
Mitt Romney announced he will not run for president in 2016. Republicans said the decision was somewhat disappointing, while Democrats said it was absolutely devastating.
While President Obama was traveling abroad on Monday, a recreational drone crashed on the White House lawn. Although Obama was in no danger, the drone came this close to popping Joe Biden’s bouncy castle. (more…)