Stay-At-Home Dad Finds Fulfillment In Public Service

Washington D.C. — "You have to keep yourself occupied," says husband and stay-at-home dad Don T. Don is part of a historically small, but growing demographic of American men who choose not to take part in the 9-to-5 work hustle. A father of five, he's spent much of his time making meals and packing lunches, shopping … Continue reading Stay-At-Home Dad Finds Fulfillment In Public Service

Facing Hardship, Family Makes Ends Meet By Rationing Monthly Free LA Times Articles

Los Angeles, CA — "You've reached your monthly free article limit." That's the message Jenny Wagner says she faced when she tried to read about the Alabama Senate race last December. Like so many others, she had no idea how scarce news had become. "I would complain that no one told us, but that's sort of the … Continue reading Facing Hardship, Family Makes Ends Meet By Rationing Monthly Free LA Times Articles

Man Living Near San Andreas Fault Line Says He Is Completely Prepared For A Zombie Outbreak

Palmdale, CA — Frank Downey's beautiful Palmdale home is situated along the western side of the San Andreas Fault line, the boundary between two tectonic plates that seismologists say is long overdue for cataclysmic rupture. But fear not — should one occur, Frank knows exactly what to do in the event of a zombie outbreak. "Preparation … Continue reading Man Living Near San Andreas Fault Line Says He Is Completely Prepared For A Zombie Outbreak

Pro-Bese: Chris “Fat Chris” Williams On His Bestselling Book and New Outlook On Life

Minneapolis, MN — "What is overweight, anyway?" muses Chris Williams, affectionately known to friends and colleagues as Fat Chris. "What weight am I over?" We're at a Baskin Robbins off West Fifth downtown. He ordered a large Banana Royale, twice. This is actually our second stop, our first being at the Five Guys around the … Continue reading Pro-Bese: Chris “Fat Chris” Williams On His Bestselling Book and New Outlook On Life

Cochlear Implant Patient: “I’m Ready To Be Deaf Again”

Brooklyn, NY — Doctors told her parents she would never be able to hear. At age 27, she proved the doctors wrong. Now, at the age of 28, Ruth Larson is ready to go back to being deaf. "This is it? This is what I've been missing? S***, just take them out," Ruth signs. Ruth … Continue reading Cochlear Implant Patient: “I’m Ready To Be Deaf Again”

Fifth Grader Accidentally Discovers Ancient Texts Buried In Internet Forum

Fort Benton, MT — Ten-year-old Bryce Poulson made a big discovery last October, and it’s shaking things up in the archaeology world. He first sensed something was different about the Batman fan forum he was browsing when he saw a yellow character with arms and legs dancing in one of the comments. It’s certainly not … Continue reading Fifth Grader Accidentally Discovers Ancient Texts Buried In Internet Forum

Nation’s Conspiracy Theorists Mourn Recent Death of Elvis Presley

Memphis, TN – It’s a warm, quiet afternoon at Graceland. The Sun sets on a somber gathering of Elvis Presley conspiracy theorists, who, when the daylight fades, begin their planned candlelight vigil while humming a slowed-down rendition of The King’s rock 'n' roll hit, “Hound Dog.” The men remove their tinfoil out of respect for their … Continue reading Nation’s Conspiracy Theorists Mourn Recent Death of Elvis Presley