On the same day that the leaders of North and South Korea met and agreed to a historic peace deal, the five largest defense contractors in the U.S. lost more than $10 billion in value.
When a police officer responded to a report of a "vicious" dog, he took the time to give the animal a chance instead of opening fire and ending the dog's life.
While the mainstream media obsessed over comments made by comedian Michelle Wolf, North and South Korea sent stocks crashing and a city moved forward with clearing cannabis convictions.
One state has found that relying on a significant percentage of its budget to be derived from traffic fees and fines leads to a massive shortage when drivers fail to break the law.
The U.S. Army has admitted that it secretly conducted at least 239 germ warfare tests in locations across the country, targeting unsuspecting Americans.
The father who confronted and disarmed a gunman, stopping a mass shooting, is now raising money for the families of the victims.
None of the major newspapers that published editorials in response to the Trump Administration's airstrikes on Syria criticized the attack or questioned whether Assad first attacked his own people.
While the U.S. brags that it attacked a chemical weapons facility in Syria, witnesses claim that it actually destroyed a cancer research center.
When a military general began asking why Syrian President Assad would intentionally attack his own people when the "Civil War" in his country is ending, his interview was abruptly cut short.