NBC News did a fact check of statements made during Tuesday’s Republican debate. NBC rated the statements on a scale from “true” to “Brian Williams”.
Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical CEO who raised the price of an AIDS drug by 5,000%, was arrested Thursday on charges of fraud. He could face one year in jail . . . but the judge may bump that up to 5,000 years.
NBA ref Bill Kennedy has come out as gay. He said he first realized he was gay when he was told so by thousands and thousands of angry fans.
Donald Trump has scrapped a planned trip to Israel, saying he will instead go after he is elected president of the United States. In other words, Donald Trump is never going to Israel.
Politicians in California are withdrawing their support for the high-speed bullet train that will connect San Francisco to Los Angeles. So it turns out some politicians WILL take a stand against bullets.
80 students from Boston College contracted a norovirus after eating at Chipotle. As a result, Chipotle is changing the name of its burrito bowl to “toilet bowl.”
At the Paris climate change summit Monday, President Obama ran over his allotted speaking time and ignored signals to wrap things up. As a result, he was banned from doing the summit’s open mic.
Carly Fiorina denounced criticism of her statements about Planned Parenthood as, quote, ″typical left-wing tactics″. Specifically, the left-wing tactic of, quote, ″using actual facts″.
Jeb Bush told a group of Iowa voters Tuesday that they were “looking at the Republican nominee in 2016″. At the time, he was showing them a picture of Marco Rubio.