It may not have been the sexiest speech, but that doesn't mean Obama didn't give progressives a lot to look forward to.
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The owner of this license plate works with dozens of kids every day.
A woman in Indianapolis has been banned from the hospital room of her unconscious same-sex partner. Unfortunately, the law may not be able to help her.
NASA has released an exquisite image of the Sun, the Earth, and Saturn. It's one of the most hauntingly beautiful photos ever taken.
Frozen McRibs look more like chunks of drywall than food, but hey, did you really expect anything different from the Golden Arches?
Between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 American soldiers were 15 times more likely to be sexually assaulted by a comrade than killed by an enemy.
When armpits start to smell like pork, the bacon infatuation has gone too far.
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) wants to add an amendment to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act that would criminalize "sex-selective" abortions, thus pitting women's rights against gay rights.
A recent study showed a link between racial bias and opposition to gun control. Absolutely no one is surprised.
97% of Americans win under Obamacare, despite what the fear-mongering rhetoric of the GOP would have you believe.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked the ruling on NYPD's unpopular stop-and-frisk policy and removed the lower court judge from the case.
Federal prosecutors have opened an official investigation into the bizarre death of Kendrick Johnson. The 17-year-old's body was found in a rolled up gym mat in January of this year.
Cuts to the federal food stamp program, SNAP, will affect 900,000 veterans and their families.
Republican Assemblyman Jim Wheeler is dealing with the massive fallout from his statement that he would vote for slavery if his constituents asked him to.
In Oklahoma, two men are planning a wedding that was made possible by the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes.
Pope Francis may anger extreme conservative Christians with his new statements calling "Christian ideology" a sickness in the Catholic Church
Governor Paul LePage of Maine is yet another Republican claiming that Americans are entitled and lazy.
An infestation of deadly false widow spiders has closed the United Kingdom's Dean Academy.
An Alabama legislator is reintroducing a bill that unjustly strips the reproductive rights of sex offenders.
According to the World Health Organization, air is now classified as a Group 1 carcinogen, with cigarette smoke and asbestos.
In Florida, the arrest of two young teens in connection with the suicide of a 12-year-old raises questions about the role of the criminal in stopping cyber-bullying.
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Six months after the country demanded justice in Steubenville, Ohio another small town rape is making headlines. Will Americans respond in kind?