Poll: Mark Cuban Could Beat President Trump in 2020…in Texas

It’s been quite some time since the Lone Star State went blue, however, according to a new poll, there’s a man who could make that happen in 2020.

Arrested Connecticut woman snorts cocaine at police station, officers say

A “belligerent” and “uncooperative” Connecticut woman tried to snort cocaine inside a police station Monday while she was waiting to be searched by a female officer, according to a police report.

Report: ‘Dr. Phil’ Show Gave Drugs, Alcohol To Guests With Addictions

“Survivor” winner Todd Herzog, an alcoholic, says staffers left vodka in his dressing room and gave him Xanax.

World View: China Funds Unauthorized Anti-Japan Comfort Woman Statue in Manila, Philippines

Contents: China funds unauthorized anti-Japan comfort woman statue in Manila, Philippines; South Korea calls for renegotiating 2015 deal with Japan on comfort women

Grieving family called ‘scrooges’ in anonymous letter for not decorating home for Christmas

A grieving California family was shamed by an anonymous neighbor for not decorating their home in a neighborhood known for its over-the-top Christmas decorations.

Playing with torn ACL, quarterback leads Purdue to big win

Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar reached elite status Wednesday night.

Indiana lawmaker wants Indianapolis Colts to refund upset fans if players kneel during anthem

Indianapolis football fans who want their money back when Colts players kneel during the playing of the national anthem could soon get their way — if legislation filed this week by a state lawmaker is approved.

Russia angrily denounces Rex Tillerson for saying our relations are ‘poor’

Russia is upset that Rex Tillerson would dare say that U.S. Russia relations are poor, which kinda proves that our relations are kinda poor, right? Here’s what got them so upset: Secretary . . .

Comedian sued for turning men with tickets away from her women-only show

Former “Last Comic Standing” winner Iliza Shlesinger is reportedly being sued after hosting a comedy show in Los Angeles that didn’t allow men to attend.

Despite Trump Administration Fearmongering, 2017 Was Among Safest For Police

A closer look at the data calls into question the effort to politicize attacks on law enforcement.