The head of the World Economic Forum is happy that both U.S. President Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg will attend the group's annual meeting in the Swiss resort of Davos
Aaron Hernandez's Fianceé Releases Statement After Netflix Docuseries Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez took to Instagram following the release of 'Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez.' Shayanna Jenkins- Hernandez, via Instagram She announced that she'll be taking a break from social media in the wake of the three-part series. 'Killer Inside' shared intimate details about the late football player who committed suicide while serving a life sentence for first-degree murder.
A Utah family is shattered after a Friday night shooting that left four members dead, one injured, and a teenage boy charged with firing the weapon that inflicted the carnage, reports the Salt Lake Tribune . Police haven't made identifications or clarified relationships, but say all involved lived at the residence...
President Donald Trump called the impeachment case against him fatally flawed and “constitutionally invalid.” His lawyers said: “This is a brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election.” According to Politico, Trump’s lawyers said Democrats were trying to interfere with the 2020 election. They also said there are “procedural irregularities” in the House’s impeachment process. A source said the entire thing is a “dangerous attack on the American people themselves.”
One family in Paradise, Newfoundland, had their work cut out for them after a blizzard piled a massive amount of snow up against their garage door on Jan. 18.
As the fourth Women's March took place in Washington, DC, on Saturday, the National Archive was busily apologizing for doctoring an image of the first one, saying in a statement that "we made a mistake." The agency had blurred President Trump's name out of a protest sign that read "God...
Hungary's Jewish community has commemorated the 75th anniversary of the liberation by Soviet troops of the Budapest ghetto, where over 70,000 Jews were confined near the end of World War II
Snickers Breaks Record for World’s Largest Chocolate Nut Bar On Jan 16, Snickers, which is owned by Mars, Incorporated, created the world’s largest chocolate nut bar. Weighing over two tons, the giant bar took 15 people to create and is the equivalent of 41,000 single-sized bars. It contains more than 1,200 pounds of caramel, peanuts and nougat, as well as nearly 3,500 pounds of chocolate. According to a statement by Josh Olken, Brand Director at Snickers, this bar is only a small version of the brand’s plans for Super Bowl LIV. Josh Olken, via statement The Snickers must now be consumed in order to be officially recognized by Guinness World Record as the largest chocolate nut bar.