An ad meant to air during the Super Bowl was just rejected. Fox Sports thinks the commercial will stir up too much controversy. What do you think? Watch the video, and feel free to leave your comments below.
A bomb exploded today at Russia’s Domodedovo airport at 4:40pm Moscow time. In addition to the 35 dead, another 130 were injured according to airport spokesperson Yelena Galanova. President Obama said in a statement the White House "strongly condemns the terrorist attack" and offered his condolences to those affected.
As the City of Flint moves forward with Genesee County on plans to build a water pipeline to Lake Huron, officials are also looking at the possibility of drawing water from the Flint River as an option.
The City of Flint is taking in far less money because of the large number of abandoned homes and decreased property taxes. Those are the prime culprits in the city now facing a deficit of nearly $17 million, according to the latest audit
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange emerged from a London prison today after he posted $315,000 bail stemming from sexual assault charges. He thanked his supporters for helping to raise the bail and for their "brave and ultimately successful fight... in the face of great difficulty and diversion" to allow his release.
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