White supremacist discovers he’s part black on talk show

A white supremacist who has been trying to establish an all-white enclave in North Dakota got the shock of his life during the taping of NBCU’s “Trisha Show.” Host Trisha Goddard announced during her “Race in America” series that a test determining genetic ancestry revealed racist Craig Cobb’s genetic makeup is 86 percent European and 

Video of guy who tased wife over football bet

Didn’t believe that story about the guy who tased his wife over a football bet last week? Well, now there’s video. EARLIER: MAYVILLE, Wis. (AP) — An Illinois man is charged with a felony after allegedly using a stun gun on his wife as part of a bet on the Packers-Bears game. John Grant, of 

Homeless veteran time lapse transformation goes viral

The unkempt hair, scraggily beard, faded windbreaker – U.S. Army Veteran Jim Wolf looks like many homeless men begging for change on the streets of San Francisco. Most people who pass by men like him probably avoid eye contact, stare down at their phones or focus intently on the sidewalk twenty feet ahead of them, 

Hundreds of strangers rally support to honor veteran

Veteran Harold Jellicoe “Coe” Percival died at age 99 on October 25. Not many people noticed his passing. His obituary revealed he was a single man and “has no close family who can attend his funeral.” Since Percival served in RAF Bomber Command as ground crew during WWII, the obituary stated that any service personnel 

Selfies while driving? A #dangerous idea

More and more teens are using their smartphones and tablets to connect on social media everywhere they go– even if they’re behind the wheel. The state Department of Motor Vehicles is now warning of a

Designer reimagines Connecticut flag

A talented designer with perhaps too much time on his hands took it upon himself to redesign the 50 state flags after discovering they lack unity. “I was immediately bothered by how discordant they

Denver drops backyard marijuana ban from draft ordinance

Marijuana users in Denver have found refuge: their backyards. While Colorado has legalized the recreational use of marijuana, Denver’s City Council continues to figure out how to enforce and regulate the new state law in their jurisdiction. CBS Denver reports the new draft ordinance was revised so people could be allowed to smoke in their 

Photos: Miniseries transforms New York street

If you thought New York’s Lower East Side is gritty now, see how Stephen Soderbergh’s upcoming miniseries “The Knick,” starring Clive Owen, is transforming Orchard Street into the bad old days of the 1910s. According to Cinemax: Set in downtown New York in 1900, THE KNICK centers on Knickerbocker Hospital and the groundbreaking surgeons, nurses