KieferPolice Chief Johnny O'Mara says when one of his officers went to pick up a Starbucks coffee, he received five cups labeled "Pig."
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Hours before he passed away, Norbert Schemm spent his last evening having a drink with his three sons from his hospital bed.
After a litany of rejections, Michael Coyne defied his limitations to open his own coffee shop in Rhode Island.
The state of Illinois has found that the Lincoln Museum offered Glenn Beck the use of the historic Gettysburg Address for his event display.
Salman Rashid is facing federal charges for an alleged attempt to have the deans of two local colleges killed for kicking him out.
Milwaukee County Transit System buses recorded footage of "one heck of a meteor" on Saturday evening.
Five-year-old "Landen" is concluding a remarkable recovery after being hurled from a Mall of America balcony.
Students at Cox High School in Virginia Beach spent time on Friday packing thousands of lunches for delivery to theUnion Mission.
Oxford Dictionaries has declared the phrase 'climate emergency' as its word of the year, after a 10,000% spike in usage.
Amanda Kondrat'yev was sentenced to 15 days in federal custody on Monday for throwing a drink at Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).
Phillip Williams is taking the national fast food chain Burger King to court for cooking their new meatless sandwich on a shared grill with actual meat.
The creepy CGI celebrity cats frolicked through a full-length trailer of the forthcoming film Catsthat still fails to make the movie look like less of an abomination.
The viewership of the nationally televised public impeachment hearings dropped more than one million viewers in its second session.
The state of New York awarded Irvington police officer Arcangelo Liberatore with a "Lifesaving Award" last week.
Donda Mullis and Ronnie Shugar are using their "raw sugar" soap business to offer the homeless some dignity.
Three Cedar Island cows washed out to see by Hurricane Dorian were discovered in Cape Lookout National Seashore park on November 3.
UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital welcomed Mrs. Joanne Rogers with an array of babies dressed in tribute to her legendary husband.
Pet Partners worked with thePet Industry Joint Advisory Council to bring some furry cheer to counteract impeachment stress Wednesday afternoon.
Nafes Monroe allegedly used his 11-month-old son to shield himself during theHunting Park shooting on October 19.
Jawaid Bazyar is fighting a decision by the City of Denver to fine his business for refusing to clean poop from an adjacent alley.
Nicholas Corapi is fighting for his life -- and Hopedale Memorial Elementary School is standing with him on the battle lines.
Nineteen-year-old Max Vredenburgh of Massachusetts just received a reply to the message he put inside a bottle nearly a decade ago.
Laura Landerman-Garber has transformed a family tradition into a project that will ship 100,000 cards this holiday season.
Ernest Dodson won over $275,000 in theNorth Carolina Education Lottery on Monday.
The United Nations announced on Sunday that Ecuador will reinstate fuel subsidies to end leftist riots that have engulfed its capital for weeks.
Brian Smith was charged with the murder ofKathleen Henry on Tuesday when a woman discovered a memory card allegedly laden with images and videos of the killing.
The study was released on Wednesday, detailing abuse received by women inNigeria, Ghana, Myanmar, and Guinea during childbirth.
Blizzard faced harsh criticism for appeasing China from U.S senators on both sides of the aisle this week.
Ashley Beth Rolland, 24, has admitted ownership of the meth found stuffed in her vagina when she was arrested for robbery.
Russia’s state communications regulator announced on Tuesday thatChina and Russia will sign an agreement to cooperate in further censoring internet access for their citizens.
Veteran software developer Mark Kern, who served as a Team Lead for Blizzard Entertainment'sWorld of Warcraft,published a long, sad thread to Twitter on Tuesday, calling out the company's decisions — and their Chinese investor, Tencent.
The Taliban posted a past interview with its founder on the 18th anniversary of its ongoing war with America.
Rock band Nickelback saw it's 2005 hit song "Photograph" spike in popularity and sales, after a politically charged tweet by President Donald Trump.
Blizzard is facing backlash from consumers angry that the company banned Hearthstone eSports champion Ng Wai “blitzchung” Chung, a native of Hong Kong, for making comments in favor of the pro-democracy protests in the city.
China has banned South Park, whichignited international controversy after the Comedy Central show mocked Hollywood for trying to appear Chinese censors.
President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte arrived in Moscow in the wee hours of Wednesday morning for a visit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
California Senator and 2020 Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris targeted Rudy Giuliani during recent interviews on CNN and MSNBC.
At the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, an Iran representative pushed for nuclear disarmament.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) said in an interview published Wednesday that he deserves "all the responsibility" for the death of Jamal Khashoggi, but denied any involvement in the killing.
A little girl was pursued to her house from her tree swing by a bold coyote inSouth Villa Park on Tuesday.
Non-binary model Ayesha Tan-Jones protested Gucci's use of straitjackets during her walk on the runway during Milan Fashion Week.
Authorities have taken Scott Kohn into custody for an accused "billion dollar Ponzi scheme" that targeted vulnerable veterans.
After President Trump'sbipartisan expansion of GI Bill benefits in 2017, the hopes of our country's troops look brighter than ever.
The FBI is offering a $15,000 reward for information on three separate arson attacks on El Paso, Texas, churches.
A 45-year-old man holding his young daughter leaped in front of an oncoming subway train in the Bronx, New York, on Monday morning.
Craig Barr of East Ridge, Tennessee,has filed a civil summons against Popeyes Chicken for wasting his time.
Sellers and activists clash as California moves toward becoming the first state in the union to ban furs.
Amanda Gail Oakes, 36, was sentenced on Wednesday to 99 years for the death of her six-month-old son, found packed into a motel freezer.
Two years after protests and an LAPD investigation put the episode on hold, Leah Remini's Scientology exposé finished its takedown.
On Monday, Yum! Brands announced that Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) will roll out meat-free nuggets and wings at anAtlanta location.
Stephen Robert Morse andveteran producer Max Peltz have acquired the rights to produce film projects based on a 2014 book about the Koch brothers.
IBM Security Global Managing Partner Charles Henderson spoke to Forbes about how even charging cables can be used to compromise your phone.
A Sydney, Australia, couple faces community service for feeding their infant daughter a strict vegan diet — almost killing her.
Eric Glaze was arrested Tuesday after his alleged drugged captive escaped the freezer where he stashed her.
San Francisco's struggle to address its overwhelming homelessness problem is growing ever more dire, and residents don't know what to do.
Sacramento salon owner Elizabeth Novak addressed an irate video to California Governor Gavin Newsom over the state's homeless crisis.
Authorities are seeking two unidentified individuals recorded while destroying a sand sculpture in the lobby of a Honolulu hotel.
After the alleged assault of a Delaware woman, the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana resort is temporarily closing due to "low occupancy."
Former South Carolina Congressman and Gov. Mark Sanford told Fox News on Wednesday that he is close to making a decision on the 2020 race.
The Marin County area is famously rich, white, and liberal. In 2019, they might finally end the economic segregation in their schools.
During a Russia press conference for "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," Quentin Tarantino rebuffed accusations that his movie unfairly portrayed martial arts legend Bruce Lee.
A MoveOn.org petition to name the stretch of road that runs in front of Trump Tower after former President Barack Obama is rapidly gaining ground.
The Georgia Department of Public Health announced on Monday that the Sheraton Atlanta hosted "the largest recorded Legionella outbreak in Georgia."
Indian teenager "Akash" wanted a Jaguar for his birthday. When he got a BMW instead, he allegedly pushed the vehicle into a river.
Margaret Collins' family is suing the Abington of Glenview Nursing & Rehab Center after a Snapchat video showed aides apparently mistreating her for a laugh.
In the Sunday night daycare fire that killed five Erie, Pennsylvania, children, Erie resident Shevona Overton lost four.
Model and actor Josh Kloss alleges that pop megastar Katy Perry publicly pulled down his pants at costume designer Johnny Wujek's birthday party in 2012.
Brooke Houts has more views on one video than the rest of her account — unfortunately for her, it is one she tried to bury.
Walmart has quietly instructed employees to remove any signage or displays that "contain violent themes or aggressive behavior."
Ashley Beth Rolland, 23, told officers she was not sure where the meth they found stashed in her genitals came from.
Rocker Tommy Lee Warns Trump Supporters: 'We're Going to Pay You Back So F*cking Hard for All This Sh*t'
Mötley Crüe frontman Tommy Lee posted a rant on social media, warning that supporters of President Donald Trump would face "pay back" if the Democrats win the White House.
William Bottoms Jr.'s attorney, Jarvis Antwine, made a point of noting the alleged murderer's facial tattoos during jury selection Monday in Louisiana.
Seven months after being granted clemency and 15 years after her conviction,Cyntoia Brown was released from prison early Wednesday morning.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has ordered an investigation intoPalm Beach SheriffRic Bradshaw and a former Palm Beach state attorney.
San Antonio authorities confirmed four fatalities after responding to a call on Monday about a house that had been set on fire.
The FBI issued a statement on Sunday warning of people trying to imitate the recent attacks in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
University of Texas' psychology professor Dr.Art Markman rebutted the resurgent claim about video games' relationship to violence following the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
The Natural State is on its way to finalizing a ban on marketing non-meats as "burgers," and soy products from labeling themselves "milk."
Minneapolis' Katie Steller drives through her city offering free grooming to the city's homeless population.
K-9 agent "Kylie" impaled her paw on a stray piece of sharp metal during a search near Reagan National Airport on Tuesday.
In an interview published on Tuesday, Steyer defended his immense wealth by comparing himself to multi-platinum pop starBeyoncé Knowles.
Attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein said he is willing to post up to $100 million bail, but his safe suggests a flight risk.
On Sunday, failed Texas senate candidate Beto O'Rourke sought to stir his fading presidential hopes with a blog post published on Medium.
If all goes as planned, hundreds of thousands of civilians will descend on the infamously mysterious military base to "see them aliens."
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a probe into multiple gangs hidden within theLos Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Former UCLA professor Yi-Chi Shih has been found guilty on 18 federal charges for funneling American military technology to China.
Authorities were alerted to the scaly new resident's presence in the popular city park via social media on Tuesday.
The POTUS supported McConnell, while calling out McGrath for comparing his election to the historic terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.
President Trump praised his Independence Day demonstration on Monday, and said it would be held every year "for the foreseeable future."
Secretary General Khurram Nawaz Gandapur drew jeers on Twitter for a post that praised a pilot's skill — in Grand Theft Auto
A 46-year-old San Francisco man and a 23-year-old Kentucky man joined ten others injured by bulls in this year'sSan Fermin festival.
Purchased for less than $10 in 1964, the 3 1/2-inch "Lewis Chessman" was auctioned off atSotheby’s in London for$924,000.
Grand Rapids First of Wyoming, Michigan, announced on Sunday that it will pay off the medical debt of 1,899 families.
Perennial yellowjacket nests have returned to the Heart of Dixie, housing tens of thousands of the aggressive wasps.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published on Monday a voluntary multi-state recall of produce by Grower's Express after potentially deadly bacteria was discovered.
Guadalajara, one of Mexico's highest-populated cities, woke up Sunday morning buried under three feet of ice.
A 28-foot-wide American flag made of dog tags has arrived in Tampa to "raise awareness of the sacrifice paid by our nation's heroes."
The Sanders campaign created a Twitch channel that Bernie will use to address young voters before and after Thursday's rhetorical brawl.
On Saturday, just hours before ICE raids were set to begin, socialist presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders' campaign used their e-mail network to warn supporters.
On Tuesday, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren reportedly joined Democratic rival Julian Castro in advocating for the decriminalization of illegal border crossing.