Paul Krugman's column today is titled "Publicity Stunts Aren't Policy." He's referring to the strike on Syria, of course, but as he points out, this applies to Donald Trump's moves on the economy as well.
Rep. Louie Gohmert is proposing a bill that would pay a $1 million bounty to anyone who can help find those missing IRS emails.
A woman using telekinetic powers in a New York City coffee shop?
"We received a series of 911 calls stating that a man dressed in all black and body armor and a rifle was walking into Capital 8 Theaters," said Capt. Doug Shoemaker. Officers thought they were responding to an active shooter investigation but the armed man was a paid actor hired by the theater as part of a publicity stunt for the movie.
Billboards that read "Dying for work," and "Hope you're happy, Wall Street" greeted commuters and residents in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, but what really got their attention were the dummies hung with nooses underneath the