A Turkish man has been extradited to the U.S. to face charges for three cyberattacks that resulted in $55 million in losses to the global financial system. He will most likely begin consulting for the FBI as part of a plea deal, which a cable network will probably base a very successful show off of which I will probably watch and love.
The lawyer who led an unsuccessful fight to block a California school district from teaching yoga – for promoting Hinduism and inhibiting Christianity – says no appeal is planned. Once again, the Hindus have proven themselves to be untouchable in modern-day America.
A cell tower on the roof of a Maine high school is undergoing tests after fish have started to inexplicably die in a science classroom. Authorities say the likelihood of an actual link is remote, and that it’s much more likely that “that weird Trevor kid is to blame.”
Middle-of-the-pack GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s team says that they’re now looking beyond Iowa and New Hampshire and towards a time when they have stable jobs with other employers.
A new book claims that cinematic legend Orson Welles, of Citizen Kane fame, edited a 1975 lesbian porn film to fund his final film. The book doesn’t say if the porn’s final line was “rosebutt” – but can we all just agree to tell people it was?
The tiniest frog ever found – at just 0.4 inches long – has stunned researchers with its crass jokes and vitriolic racism.
GOP presidential candidate Lindsey Graham has compared Hillary Clinton to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, but only in sense that they will both be running their respective countries for the next 8 years.