The 2022 Ford Ranger Splash is a blast from the company’s past, rebooting an appearance package first launched in the 1990s. The automaker has also… Read More »The Ford Ranger Splash and #VeryGayRaptor are two colorful trucks
Bishop Sycamore lost four high school football opponents on Tuesday following the debacle from its appearance against one of the top programs in the nation.
Bishop Sycamore football coach Leroy (Roy) Johnson, whose team of random online post-grads lost two games in 48 hours over the weekend, including being trounced… Read More »Bishop Sycamore head coach faces active warrant, civil lawsuits pile up
Ford dealers have been told to expect a hybrid Mustang in 2025, Automotive News reports. The electrified pony car would likely be sold alongside conventional… Read More »The Ford Mustang is going hybrid in 2025, dealers told
Ida continued to pound Louisiana as a tropical storm Monday morning after leaving more than a million customers without power, the entire city of New… Read More »Ida: At least 1 dead, more than a million customers without power in Louisiana
Evidence has emerged that North Korea has restarted a nuclear reactor believed to be capable of producing weapons-grade plutonium in a development called “deeply troubling,”… Read More »North Korea appears to have restarted key nuclear reactor: UN watchdog
One of the big questions facing Louisiana as Hurricane Ida drew closer to shore: How bad will the storm surge be?
The president of one of Louisiana’s Gulf Coast parishes spoke bluntly Saturday afternoon as she warned residents about the potential dangers of Hurricane Ida.
Friday’s recommendation by a California panel that Robert Kennedy’s assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, be paroled after decades in prison has resulted in a divide among the… Read More »RFK’s children divided after Sirhan Sirhan parole recommendation
Why are so many smart people making bad decisions? Maybe they’re not that smart. Or maybe politics polluted their decision-making driven by a still-fresh loathing… Read More »Greg Gutfeld: How can we have any confidence in our leaders?