Anonymous, the global hacking collective, believes that alien life exists-and it thinks that NASA is about to confirm it.
Missing N.C. Teen Found One Year Later Alive in Georgia
Wonkblog | Analysis When Seattle officials voted three years ago to incrementally boost the city's minimum wage up to $15 an hour, they'd hoped to improve the lives of low-income workers. Yet according to a major new study that could force economists to reassess past research on the issue, the hike has had the opposite effect. The city is gradually increasing the hourly minimum to $15 over several years. Already, though, some employers have not been able to afford the increased minimums. They've cut their payrolls, putting off new hiring, reducing hours or letting their workers go, the study found. The costs to low-wage workers in Seattle outweighed the benefits by a ratio of three to one, according
A fugitive Kentucky lawyer at the center of a nearly $600 million Social Security fraud case has fled the country using a fake passport and has gotten help from someone overseas with a job to help support himself. The flamboyant disability lawyer Eric Conn, in an email exchange with The Lexington Herald-Leader over the weekend, told the paper he flew to a country that does not have an extradition agreement with the U.S. The paper reported Sunday that it tried to verify Conn's identity by asking him questions that only he could answer, including his Social Security number, which it obtained from court documents, and details about one of his marriages. Scott White, Conn's attorney, said that he also received emails that originated from the same address and from a person he believed to be Conn.
If you're a parent who has a fear of confrontation, let Mary Katherine Backstorm be your inspiration! The Southern mom was in the checkout line at Target when she noticed a young boy and girl - roughly 11 or 12 years old - in front of her, snickering at the cashier, who had clearly suffered a "very devastating accident and cranial reconstructive surgery."
A West Texas man is fighting for his life a week after he was bitten by a venomous snake he was trying to kill. Milton Richards, 53, spotted the rattlesnake June 18 in his backyard about 80 miles south of Lubbock. The snake bit him on the hand, and within minutes, Richards started to have seizures, according to the Lamesa Press-Reporter. The nearest hospital was 25 miles away in Lamesa, and paralysis started to take hold before Richards, who was rushed to the hospital by relatives, could get there. He was given several doses of antivenom before being airlifted to the University Medical Center in Lubbock, where he was removed from intensive care Tuesday, but returned later that day, the newspaper