More than 250 small earthquakes have struck since New Year’s Eve near the California-Mexico border, causing unease among residents and attention from scientists.
Over in India, a politician blamed a New Year’s Eve mass molestation on western style dress. Reacting to the incident, G Parameshwara, Karnataka’s state home minister, blamed the victims for dressing in Western clothing. “They try to copy westerners not only in mindset, but even the dressing … some girls are harassed, these kind of things do happen.”
The new year may be off to a fresh start, but actress Rosie O’Donnell still going at it with her offensive tweets about President-elect Donald Trump. It looks like she’s back on Twitter after going incognito after being schooled on making fun of autistic children.
America’s least favorite talking bobblehead who wields absolutely no power in the country still voices an opinion. “You break it, you own it,” Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said of Obamacare. Pst, Nancy, it’s already broken.
New tax breaks, a slight bump in the minimum wage and an opportunity for adopted people to obtain their original birth certificates await New Jerseyans as a plethora of high-impact laws take effect in 2017.
Iran has received more than $10 billion in sanctions relief from around the world in the form of cash and gold in the past three years, since it signed a preliminary nuclear deal with world powers, The Wall Street Journal has revealed.
Mariah Carey’s team insist that she was sabotaged for ratings on Sunday night’s New Year’s Eve performance.
2016 wasn’t just a great year for movies, it was also a good year for illegal downloads. According to TorrentFreak, the most pirated movie of last year was none other than…
Between the kids, the laundry, the dust, and all the emails (and everything else) we haven’t answered, Americans appear lucky to sneak in a good six hours of sleep each night.