PURPLE POWER Judge rules Mo. family can keep colorful swingset

Monday, 31 August 2015 05:46 Written by
A Missouri judge has ruled that a suburban Kansas City family's purple swingset won't need to have its color changed after a homeowner's association threatened the family with fines or jail time. "We're super excited, we’re very happy," said Marla Stout, who owns the swingset, told Fox4KC at a neighborhood barbecue Sunday celebrating Friday's ruling. Stout told "Fox & Friends" earlier this month that she painted the swingset purple at the request of her two…
LOST BROTHER FOUND? Neb. doctor hopes sibling's remains located in France
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:46 Written by
B-26 tail gunner Tom McCaslin, killed in June 22, 1944, crash near Caen, France (Omaha World Herald) An Omaha physician is hoping remains found in the French woods belong to his brother, a tail gunner on a World War II bomber that crashed near that spot just a few weeks after D-Day. The crash killed everyone on board, including Staff Sgt. Tom McCaslin, who remains missing in action seven decades later.
Which Presidential Candidate Is Winning the Tech Money Race?
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:44 Written by
It is becoming clear that the road to the White House in 2016 leads straight through Silicon Valley. Once a bit-player in the political money game, the technology industry came in second behind the oil and gas industry among the top sources for political contributions in the 2012 presidential election. The candidates have noticed and are courting the Valley’s wealthy tech elite. With 435 days to go until Election Day 2016, several of the major…
Historic Obama Alaska trip to focus on climate change
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:44 Written by
President Obama will be in Alaska for three days discussing with Alaska's Native Americans the effects of climate change on tourism, as well as improvements to fishing conservation. "I'm looking forward to talking with Alaskans about how we can work together to make America the leader on climate change around the globe," Mr. Obama said. He is also expected to tour one of the state's shrinking glaciers and visit communities in Alaska's Arctic region, becoming…
Poll: 71% of Americans unhappy with country's direction
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:42 Written by
08/31/15, 06:31 AM EDT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Americans are mad as hell about the way things are going in the United States. It's not clear if they're going to take it anymore. More than seven in 10 Americans — 71 percent — said they are dissatisfied, according to the results of a new Quinnipiac University poll released Monday. And 41 percent indicated that they are "very dissatisfied."
How to give a Donald Trump stump speech, in 12 easy steps
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:42 Written by
Washington (CNN)There's nothing ordinary or traditional about Donald Trump's presidential campaign, but there is one staple of a White House bid that Trump in his own, unique way has adopted: the stump speech. Since announcing his candidacy in June, Trump has delivered several speeches across the country. Although Trump speaks without a Teleprompter and never gives the exact same speech twice, there are consistent themes, stories and ticks that make their way into each address.
Trump courts tea party in Nashville
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:42 Written by
Story highlightsDonald Trump will compete in a presidential straw poll and address the National Federation of Republican AssembliesTea party activists say they're looking for a presidential candidate who can do more than just vent angrily about Washington (CNN)Donald Trump is taking his colorful campaign to Nashville on Saturday, where he will court a constituency that some say he is tailor-made for: the tea party. He will compete in a presidential straw poll and address the…
Kanye West for US president?
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:32 Written by
If you have been tickled funny by Donald Trump's candidacy for the 2016 US presidential elections, you are in for a real treat. Known for his keen eye for fashion, his chart-topping rap songs and ruining awards shows for fellow musicians, Kanye West claimed at the recently concluded MTV Video Music Awards that he would stand in 2020 presidential election. West, 38, received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the event and closed his…
Dad: I will fight for gun control
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:29 Written by
Story highlightsAndy Parker, the father of slain reporter Alison Parker, says he'll fight for gun controlParker said Sunday he's heard from several influential gun control advocates already Washington (CNN)Andy Parker, the father of the Virginia reporter who was shot and killed on live television last week, said Sunday that he wants to play a leading role in a pro-gun control movement. "I'm telling you, they messed with the wrong family," he told CNN's Jake Tapper…
Cheney: Clinton e-mail handling 'sloppy and unprofessional'
Monday, 31 August 2015 05:29 Written by
Watch the full interview with former Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday night on Anderson Cooper 360. Washington (CNN)In a wide-ranging interview, former Vice President Dick Cheney described how former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton handled her email by using a private server as "sloppy and unprofessional." Speaking to CNN Special Correspondent Jamie Gangel, the blunt and provocative Cheney also said of Clinton: "Maybe she was ignorant, but I find that hard to believe. She's…
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