A hole that, according to Jude McHugh a spokeswoman with the Williamette National Forest, has been there as long as anyone can remember, during the winter opened up under Oregon’s Lost Lake and the lake started running down the hole.
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NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft crashed into Mercury at over 8,700 miles per hour this afternoon after a decade of space exploration.
The sourcelink title called this elderly gentlemen an “ex-marine”, but I have enough Jarhead friends to know that you are NEVER an ex-Marine, you just become an Inactive Marine. Apparently this gentlemen didn’t really become inactive either because he punched a bear in the face to save his dogs and said Thursday he would do it again if the animal continue to be a threat.
When Maryland Sheriff and Maryland State Police Sergeant arrives in Baltimore to perform his duty to help the Baltimore City Police Department, he was stunned when alerted by officers that they were under orders to stand down.
North and South America are the first region to rid itself of German measles, health officials announced Wednesday.
German measles vaccines, now part of childhood shots, were first licensed in 1969 and included in mass vaccination campaigns.
City officials are getting tough on looters in an attempt to curb the violence after the funeral of Freddie Gray. Any individuals caught rioting, looting, destroying property or otherwise reacting in a violent and unlawful manner will have their government benefits permanently revoked.
Even though all three major networks, ABC, NBC, and CBS, had eight hours of morning show time this morning, they totally ignored the revelation that 6,400 e-mails that ex-IRS official Lois Lerner claimed to have lost, have now been found.
Dakota Meyer, a Marine Sergeant from Columbia, Kentucky who won his Medal of Honor during the Battle of Ganjgal in Kunar Province, Afghanistan on Sept 8 2009, shut down the CNN anchor who blamed military veterans on police forces for outbreaks of rioting.
According to Reuters, Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television said an Iranian “force” seized a U.S. cargo ship after opening fire on it in the Gulf on Tuesday and directed it to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas.
Reuters also stated, a Pentagon spokesman said Iranian forces had boarded a Marshall Island-flagged vessel, the MV Maersk Tigris, in the Gulf. He said the boarding occurred after Iranian patrol boats fired shots across the vessel’s bow and ordered it deeper into Iranian waters.
Reverend Al Sharpton said Monday that he is going to visit Baltimore this week.
“I have been asked by many in the Baltimore area since day one to get involved in the justice for Freddie Gray movement,” Sharpton said in a statement. “I will come to Baltimore this week at the invitation or Rev. Westley West, who has led vigils daily there, along with local clergy, and morning radio show host Larry Young who has headed our Baltimore chapter of NAN for the last decade.”
Questions about NBC’s internal investigation into Brian Williams are mounting, but the network won’t be announcing any decision about the anchorman’s future for several weeks, a person involved in the process said Sunday.
An unexpected storm capsized several sailboats during the Dauphin Island regatta in Mobile Bay, Alabama.
According to the sourcelink, Israel launched airstrikes Sunday to “neutralize” an imminent attack by bomb-carrying militants along the Israeli-Syrian border.
Trapped in their SUV in heavy snow, two sisters survived Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on family love, melted snow and Girl Scout cookies.
Spain has issued the second highest environmental emergency alert level as oil slick reaches the pristine beaches on the southwestern Canary Islands.