Tyson Recalls 130,000 Pounds of Chicken Nuggets Amidst Plastic Fears
Tyson Foods has issued a large recall you need to know about.
Massive Yahoo Hack Could Affect 500 Million Accounts
Yahoo has been the victim of a serious data breach.
Cheerleaders Barred From Wearing Uniforms After Boy’s ‘Impure’ Complaint
High school cheerleaders wearing their uniforms on football game days is an American tradition that's been called off in one school for a very surprising reason.
Authorities Continue to Investigate Explosions in New York, New Jersey
Authorities continue to investigate a pair of explosions in New York City and New Jersey that appear to be unrelated.
8 Injured in Mass Mall Stabbing, Suspect Mentioned Allah During Attack
Police continue to investigate a mass stabbing at a St. Cloud, Minn., mall on Saturday night that left eight people injured and the suspect dead.
Policeman Fired for Not Shooting Suspect
An officer has been relieved of his duties for a surprising reason.
When’s the Right Age to Do These Landmark Firsts in Life?
Kiss, car, concert -- one of the joys in life is the first time we get to experience memorable moments.
Youth Football Team Getting Death Threats Over National Anthem Protest
Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest has taken an ugly twist.
Football Player Arrested for Punching Referee in the Face
Football is a violent sport, but not like this.
Police Share Gasp-Inducing Photo of Couple Overdosed on Heroin with 4-Year-Old in Car
A heartbreaking picture that shows the devastating effects of heroin is making the rounds on social media.
Mattress Company’s Tacky 9/11 Commercial Sparks Furor
Making a joke out of the Twin Towers falling in a commercial is not sitting well with people.
Walmart’s September 11 Coke Display Has Internet in a Tizzy
A Walmart in Florida has come under fire after it created a display of cases of Coke to resemble the Twin Towers in a sales tribute to September 11.