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The current Supreme Court justices have earned something of a reputation for being a particularly vocal group, with a recent study finding justices are becoming more talkative, while parties are speaking less during oral arguments.
The winning numbers for the Mega Millions draw last night (Tuesday, November 12), were 19, 30, 44, 56, and 65, and the Mega Ball was 24. The megaplier was X2.
James Holzhauer Advances to Face Nemesis Emma Boettcher in ‘Jeopardy!’ Tournament of Champions Finals
James is a professional sports bettor who went on the quiz show Jeopardy! and rolled the dice to make a name for himself this year on the popular quiz show. As his fortunes grew and his name became more known, he skyrocketed to fame, until his luck ran out by losing to Emma Boettcher.
Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs this week slammed Republicans for not showing enough support for President Donald Trump during the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
A Springfield-to-Boston commute? Meet one of many state’s greater than 10,000 ‘tremendous commuters’
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Six days a week, Ricarte Burgos wakes up at 3:30 a.m. to drive halfway across Massachusetts to get to work.
Florida driver Jon Pickard was arrested November 10 after telling police he was speeding home because he had been cheating on his wife, according to The Smoking Gun.
Michael Bloomberg ranked near the bottom of a new Iowa poll voters poll, according to the Monmouth University Polling Institute [MUPH]. Out of 361 people polled about their opinion on Bloomberg, just one voter named him as their top pick while only one percent of those polled said he would be their second choice.
Northwestern’s Journalism Dean Defends Jeff Sessions Protest Coverage, Says Students Endured ‘Vicious Bullying’ For...
While Northwestern University's student newspaper issued a mea culpa for how it covered former Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recent on-campus appearance, the journalism school's dean stood firmly behind the coverage.
James Issac Short broke the window of an adult novelty shop in Lake Ozark, Missouri because he wanted to free the mannequins inside from sex trafficking.