Category Archives: Featured

‘The Bold And The Beautiful’ On Tuesday, Jan. 10 Quinn And Wyatt Learn They May Have To Accept Defeat

“The Bold and the Beautiful” on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, Wyatt and Quinn accept their defeat over a few rounds of tequila shots.   Meanwhile, Steffy ponders about how to deal with

Northern Calif. Hit By Most Powerful Storm In A Decade, Causes Widespread Flooding, Avalanche Warnings, Evacuations

This is just the first band of what forecasters predict will be the region’s most powerful storm in a decade continued to pummel Northern California on Sunday, causing flooding throughout the region

Calif. Facing Major Storm On Monday, Including L.A. County And The Southland, Winter Is Coming

Southland residents are bracing for a larger round of rainfall across the region early Monday as a result of a heavy storm generated by a weather phenomenon known as an atmospheric river. 

Great News! Following Fla. And Texas Parks, SeaWorld San Diego Officially Ends Its Killer Whale Show

SeaWorld San Diego is ending its long-running killer whale show after years of outcry and falling attendance prompted it to renounce theatrical orca displays.  The show that featured killer whales cavorting with

Pennsylvania DA Says Disgraced Cosby Should Stand Trial In Montgomery County, “Blames Everyone But Himself”

The argument over where disgraced comedian/actor Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial should be held is getting heated. Last week, Cosby’s defense team filed a motion to either move the proceedings from their

Nearly $100,000 Raised For Brave Mentally Disabled Chicago Torture Victim Whose Assault Appeared On Facebook Live

An online effort to raise money for a mentally disabled man whose beating was broadcast live on Facebook in Chicago has brought in nearly $100,000.   The GoFundMe campaign called “Let’s show the Chicago

A Seven Month Old Endangered Mountain Lion Became The 14TH Big Cat Killed On L.A. Freeway, Just Weeks After His Mom Died

A male mountain lion kitten was struck and killed by a vehicle along the same stretch of Los Angeles-area freeway where his mother died, the National Park Service reported Thursday.  The 7-month-old

US South Hit With Snowstorm, Georgia Struggles To Not Be Paralyzed Again

A storm packing heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain hit the U.S. South on Friday, bringing winter weather to a region unaccustomed to it and leading to traffic snarls and widespread school

Florida Shooter Was Iraq War Vet, Hearing Voices, But Americans Demand Continued Involvement In Middle East Wars

Every time there’s a Middle East conflict, and they have existed for countless thousands of years, Americans demand the US military get involved, but our veterans are suffering greatly under the fact

Francine York, TV’s 60s Actress, Dies At 80

Francine York, the statuesque actress who showed off her sexuality as The Bookworm’s moll on Batman and in such films as It’s Only Money, Cannon for Cordoba and The Doll Squad, has