Generous to a fault

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Happy Editor's note:Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines forum and brings more…

Canines may mourn as deeply as humans do

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (HealthDay) Jon Tumilson's dog, Hawkeye, was an important part of his life. And, as it turns out, Tumilson was an important part of Hawkeye's life. After the Navy more…

'Slap the s**t out of him'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (The Blaze) Bill Maher's tortured attempts at being funny have long since stopped being a source of entertainment for us at the Blaze, and have devolved into objects more…

Egypt's Sphinx, pyramids threatened by groundwater

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Ahram) One month ago, Giza's antiquities inspectorate installed a new system to pump subterranean water out from under Egypt's historical Sphinx monument and the underlying bedrock. Subterranean water more…

Chuck Norris beats the heat … to a pulp!

by Chuck Norris -- Hello Mr. Norris! School is out, and summer is here. Americans are hitting the outdoors. But as a health practitioner, I watch many go out to enjoy summer more…

Did Justice Roberts commit treason?

by Kathy Shaidle -- Michael Savage This week, Michael Savage compared Justice Roberts to a traitor during the American Revolution, calling him a "turncoat" and declaring, "Justice Roberts is a sellout. Period" more…

Spider-Man, you're no Jack Kennedy

by Drew Zahn -- If "The Amazing Spider-Man" weren't so easy to compare to 2002's "Spider-Man," it would probably stand on its own as an entertaining, exciting and values-affirming tale of a more…

Letter suggests Hitler saved Jewish war comrade

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Israel National News) A recently released letter indicates Adolf Hitler made the dramatic intervention to protect a Jew, Ernst Hess, a judge during the interwar years. Hess was more…