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An Army Sergeant Faced the Loss of His Legs. He Responded by Becoming a Worldwide Yoga Instructor

An Army Sergeant Faced the Loss of His Legs. He Responded by Becoming a Worldwide Yoga Instructor

Grace Carr | Reporter   An Iraq war veteran’s life was spiraling out of control after both his legs were amputated, but he credits yoga with saving his life — and now, he’s an international instructor. Retired Army staff sergeant Dan Nevins, 46, had his legs severely injured in an explosion while he was serving a tour in Iraq […]

Angel Parents Deliver Message About the Border Crisis: ‘Ms. Pelosi, This is Our Son’

Angel Parents Deliver Message About the Border Crisis: ‘Ms. Pelosi, This is Our Son’

Virginia Kruta, Associated Editor    Angel parents D.J. and Wendy Corcoran joined Laura Ingraham on Thursday evening to discuss the death of their son Pierce — allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant — and the fact that Democrats and multiple media outlets repeatedly refer to the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border as a […]

Fact Check : ‘More Americans Will Die from Drugs this Year Than Were Killed in the Entire Vietnam War’

Fact Check : ‘More Americans Will Die from Drugs this Year Than Were Killed in the Entire Vietnam War’

Emily Larsen | Fact Check Reporter   “More Americans will die from drugs this year than were killed in the entire Vietnam War,” President Donald Trump said in his address to the nation on border security Tuesday night. Verdict: True Recent trends in overdose deaths suggest that more people in the U.S. will die from overdoses this […]

A ‘Mellow’ Moose Wanders into Anchorage Hospital. Let’s See How This Goes

A ‘Mellow’ Moose Wanders into Anchorage Hospital. Let’s See How This Goes

KATIE JERKOVICH, Entertainment Reporter  In the clip posted on YouTube, we can see the giant animal just standing on the other side of the door entrance munching down on some plants and minding his own business. At one point, Hupton appears to get louder and the moose catches wind that other people are around. […]

Triple-Amputee Veteran and Founder of Border Wall GoFundMe Shares Iraq Story

Triple-Amputee Veteran and Founder of Border Wall GoFundMe Shares Iraq Story

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist WATCH  The Purple Heart recipient who started the GoFundMe page to fund President Donald Trump’s border wall shared his story with The Daily Caller. Brian Kolfage, a U.S. Air Force Security Forces senior airman, talked about his life-changing injury that occurred when his airbase fell under rocket attack while […]

California’s State and Local Liabilities Total $1.5 Trillion

California’s State and Local Liabilities Total $1.5 Trillion

    By Ed Ring California’s total state and local government liabilities as of June 30, 2017, the most recent year for which a complete set of financial and actuarial reports are available, totaled just over $1.5 trillion. Over two-thirds of that total consists of unfunded liabilities for pensions and retiree health insurance for California’s […]

Phoenix: The Flaming Chicken Run | Fried Chicken Survives Woolsey Fire to Lay Eggs Again

Phoenix: The Flaming Chicken Run | Fried Chicken Survives Woolsey Fire to Lay Eggs Again

  By Mimi Cocquyt  . This is the story of a hard-knocking hen who made it through the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, CA. She was found beneath a bush by a kindly fire captain who was putting out the flames of what used to be her house. It had burned to the ground and there […]

Fracking Bust? Shale Wells Across US Churning Out Less Oil Than Projected

Fracking Bust? Shale Wells Across US Churning Out Less Oil Than Projected

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator The implementation of hydraulic fracturing has helped propel the U.S. into an energy superpower, but there are signs that the fracking boom might not be as productive as developers assumed. The U.S. surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia in September to become the largest oil producer in the world. The historic milestone came […]

On Jan. 1, Humanity Meets Ultima Thule — A Planetary Building Block

On Jan. 1, Humanity Meets Ultima Thule — A Planetary Building Block

Michael Summers | Professor of Planetary Science and Astronomy   Those of us who study the ways that planets form and evolve often feel like we are investigating a crime scene. It’s not that planet formation is a crime! It’s simply that when we look at a planet now we are looking at the end […]

Here Are the Most Egregious Fake News Stories of 2018

Here Are the Most Egregious Fake News Stories of 2018

Amber Athey, Media and Breaking News Editor As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to review the year’s worst cases of media misquotes, misleading narratives, major corrections and straight-up fake news. While last year’s fake reporting largely occurred during the media’s relentless pursuit to prove Russian collusion, this year’s list is much more varied. However, some themes emerged: […]