Some parents in Edmond, Oklahoma are unhappy about the inclusion of a zombie float in the city’s Independence Day parade. Also not happy about how things shook out? The former people who are now zombies.
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.