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Road Rage: 2 In 3 Drivers Have a Weapon
A speeding car can be a deadly weapon all by itself, but a new survey finds many Americans make sure they’re armed when they get behind the wheel. ...
Man Kills Woman Over Basketball Game
A playground scene turned tragic after a woman was shot and killed after a basketball game. Cameron Hogg, 31, is facing murder charges in connection to ...
Will the Gates of Hell Be Closed Forever?
Drive three and a half hours north of Turkmenistan’s capital, into the flat, seemingly empty desert. In the middle of nowhere, you’ll see ...
Parents Behaving Badly in Kids’ Sports
The issue of verbal and physical abuse is a problem in high school sports around the country. As an example, a 22 old-year-old man from Polk County, FL, ...
There’s an App for the 7 Deadly Sins
"There's an app for that"--yes, even if "that" means each one of the Seven Deadly Sins, the classic vices of Christian moral teaching. ...
Proof That Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold
Revenge really is a dish best served cold--as people who feel wronged by someone else can take up to a year to exact retribution, according to new research. ...
Man Arrested in Almond Milk Altercation
A Florida man was jailed for assaulting another man, but unlike most scenarios, the conflict was not over a woman, a debt owed, or even sports fandom. ...
Americans Are Living in A Big ‘Anger Incubator’
Americans are angry. The country erupted into the worst civil unrest in decades after the death of George Floyd, and anger about police violence and the ...
Man Burns Down Shed to Protest Missing Stimulus Check
A Louisiana hothead was so enraged that he hadn’t received his COVID-19 stimulus check, he set his mom’s shed on fire. 51-year-old Marvin ...
Elton John Prefers ‘Higher Power’ Over God
In a recent interview with Fresh Air’s Terri Gross, Elton John explains why he prefers a “higher power” over God:
GROSS: You almost left ...