Gen. Keith Alexander stepped down from the NSA in March, now he’s raking in the dough as a “cyberconsultant”
The Senate delegations from Colorado and Washington are warning about the uncertainty surrounding federal marijuana laws and seeking clarification from the Obama administration of the regulations that will impact the legal marijuana trade in those two states.
Using a hose to wash a sidewalk could now get you a $500 fine
Last week, it was BuzzFeed reviewing charges of plagiarism against one of its staffers. This week, it’s the New York Times. The newspaper is looking into whether reporter Carol Vogel lifted part of a Wikipedia entry.
House Republicans introduced a $659 million bill to address the surge of migrant children coming over the southern U.S. border Tuesday, well short of the $2.7 billion proposal the Senate plans on voting on later this week.
(Many thanks to Eric Scallion, EpicTimes reader and Jerry Doyle Show listener, for bringing this to our attention) Government scientists have developed a new vaccine against the dread Ebola virus that works rapidly after a single injection, an unexpected success that means the nation could soon have a defense against one of the most fearsome […]
Homeownership in the United States hit a 19-year low in the second quarter as tight finances continued to drive Americans toward renting, one of the lasting legacies of the recession.
A California man who was charged after refusing treatment for his tuberculosis was found and arrested, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Enough with the jokes.Turkish women should not laugh out loud in public, the country’s deputy prime minister has said.
Israeli forces pounded Hamas symbols of control and the Gaza Strip’s only power plant in their heaviest bombardment of a 3-week offensive in Gaza.
Over this past weekend, President Obama said American companies that relocate their headquarters to foreign countries in order to pay lower corporate tax rates, are unpatriotic. It is like the companies are renouncing their citizenship, he said. While Obama admits that the solution is to reduce the corporate tax rate, he believes that will take […]
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We live in a time when virtually all political parties and candidates stand for the same fundamental ideological idea: state interventionism and compulsory redistribution. This also applies to the mainstream media. Even many who say they adhere to a “pro-market” view of things in fact turn out to be only more “moderate” advocates of government […]
Jerry Doyle was a guest on NewsmaxTV’s “Midpoint” with Ed Berliner today to discuss President Obama’s “hands off” approach to foreign affairs, how a ban on tackling in California emboldens Vladimir Putin and says of John Kerry that “he’s in left field playing a bunt facing the fence with his own team up to bat”. Video […]
The District of Columbia appeals court just ruled that the federal government cannot give subsidies to anyone who purchases health insurance through the federal government’s insurance marketplace. Since 36 of the 50 states refused to set up exchanges, the people in those states, who are required by law to purchase health insurance that they cannot […]
If you’re sending SA-11s rather than Stingers, your strategy is shameless. What does the American decision to equip anti-Soviet rebels in Afghanistan in the 1980s suggest about the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner with a surface-to-air missile by Russian-backed rebels in Ukraine last week? Quite a bit, it turns out. During the Cold War and […]
In 1962 just after the US had placed missiles in Turkey and Italy which were aimed at Moscow, the Russians responded by placing nuclear missiles in Cuba aimed at the US apparently without fear of repercussions. Similarly in 1980, Iran held 52 Americans hostage for more than a year, again without fear of American repercussions. […]
The Obama Administration has proposed its latest form of collectivist control over the American people. In a letter to Congress U.S. Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, has called for punishment and prohibition of any company that tries to move its headquarters overseas to avoid higher taxes in the United States. Plus, Mr. Lew has the audacity […]
At the risk of sounding overly sentimental, watching the Yankees captain step up to the plate at his last All-Star Game this week brought tears to my eyes and made the hair on the back of my neck stand on end. If you are a fan of America’s Pastime, or sports generally – or have […]
Mighty Kacy Catanzaro (ht. 5 feet, wt. 100 lbs.) just made history on American Ninja Warrior as the only woman to complete the course at the Dallas finals. Her jaw-dropping performance, beating out many men in the process, is an inspiration to women and girls everywhere. Her video, shared below, has had nearly 6 million […]
A home run landed directly in a fan’s beer — annihilating the sudsy beverage — at a Major League Baseball game.
Russell Brand has told a Fox News anchor he looks a Ken doll, in an epic 11-minute response to Sean Hannity’s rants about Gaza.
The Peace Corps said 340 of its volunteers in 3 west Africa nations will be removed due to the Ebola threat.
Allison Williams is your new Peter Pan. The Girls star has been cast in NBC’s live musical production of the classic Peter Pan stage show opposite Christopher Walken as Captain Hook.
Orlando Bloom and Justin Bieber got into a heated altercation at Cipriani in Ibiza, Spain, early Wednesday morning, sources told The New York Post.
A major water main ruptured underneath a street near the University of California, Los Angeles on Tuesday, unleashing a 20-foot-tall geyser and millions of gallons of water that flooded part of campus and stranded motorists on nearby streets.
A child’s body was found in wheel-well of a U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft after landing at Ramstein Air Base in Germany from a flight from Mali, ABC News and CBS News report .
From Ian McKellen to Dame Judi Dench, many of these thespians are respected actors today, but did you know they were all once total sex-ba-bombs?
Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis and two top lieutenants met recently with several San Antonio officials to discuss the potential of moving his NFL team from the Bay Area to the Alamo City, sources familiar with the matter have confirmed.
Rand Paul: What Better Way To Sell Books Than To Release It In Conjunction With The Start of a Presidential Campaigncnn.com
In another sign that Sen. Rand Paul is taking steps toward a presidential campaign, the Kentucky Republican will come out with a new book early next year. That’s about the same time frame Paul has said he’ll make a decision about a White House bid.
If you’re tired of paying too much for video games, a new deal from EA and Microsoft might sound appealing.
Everyone, stay calm. There are just more giant mysterious craters.
New Yorkers have a history of drinking in speakeasies dating back to the Prohibition. These days, a new breed of speakeasy has cropped up around the city, featuring old-timey touches like hidden entrances, tin ceilings, and cocktails made with classic ingredients.
Could you sleep here? Catch a cat nap between flights in one of the numbered pods at the nine hours capsule hotel in Tokyo’s Narita Airport
A Connecticut teacher who helped save students’ lives during the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre has a book deal.
Zac Efron spoke about substance abuse and the paparazzi with Bear Grylls.
The KOR-FX gaming vest uses audio-haptic feedback technology to transform your in-game noises and sounds into sensations a player can feel.
A good first impression might have more to do with your face than choosing the right outfit. See what a new study reveals about first impressions.
Rats are on the rampage in the elegant garden of the Louvre Museum, so bold they romp onto the grass in broad daylight, defying death threats from sanitation workers and scaring tourists visiting the site.
Drugs need to go through a lot of testing before they actually make it to market, but that testing isn’t all occurring in quite as ethical of a way as we might hope.
The controversial hosts chronic foot-in-mouth disease seems to have caught up with him.
Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters in less than 3 full days! And rumor is that it pretty much rocks and will leave you hooked on a feeling of wanting to see more! So naturally there is a universe of merch for you to snap up.
At least four vaccines are being developed to protect people against Ebola, including one that protects monkeys completely against the deadly virus.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura said his reputation had been damaged by an account of a fight in a book. In a split verdict, a federal jury agreed with him.
Archive for July 29, 2014.
It Sucked to Be the “Middle Child” Long Before Jan Brady: Things Are About To Get Even Worse For Lady Edithhuffingtonpost.com
One would think Lady Edith had been through enough heartache by now, right? Wrong. It looks like things are only going to get worse for the middle Crawley sister in the new season of “Downton Abbey.”
Are they real? Don’t know. Where did they come from? Don’t know. Is auto-correct really that stupid? Probably. Is this good for a laugh? Most certainly.
Sierra Leone’s top doctor fighting an outbreak of Ebola has died from the virus, the country’s chief medical officer, Brima Kargbo, said on Tuesday.
A San Francisco startup sees a market for a manservants business that’s strictly PG.
The new sanctions may target large sectors of the Russian economy, such as energy and finance. Europeans have held off on tough sanctions, in part because of strong economic ties
Even before a frame has been shot, Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” has had quite the life. Announced last year as his next project, it wasn’t long after when an early draft of the script leaked, and he furiously decided to can the movie. But almost just as swiftly, he changed his mind and continued […]