Across the country, legions of young football players long to make it to the big time, to get that super-huge multimillion dollar contract with the NFL.
Jason Brown did just that. In 2009, Brown got a $37 million contract to play with the St. Louis Rams. But then one day he decided to walk away from it.
The reason? Brown decided that he was meant for something greater, specifically to be a farmer whose products feed the needy. more >>
Seems like comic book movies are constantly trying to push new borders on content and storylines. The latest film in the X-Men franchise might be pushing it on religion.
In a trailer released earlier this month by 20th Century Fox, the 2016 film "X-Men: Apocalypse" finds the group of superpower-laden heroes battling an ancient villain named Apocalypse.
"I've been called many things over many lifetimes," says Apocalypse, who lists Yahweh alongside the Egyptian god Ra and the Hindu god Krishna as the names he's been called. more >>
Ever wanted to travel on the road in a nice RV and happen to have a few million dollars of disposable income?
Well, eager rich RV shopper, here is the vehicle for you! It is called the eleMMent PALAZZO, brought to you by Marchi Mobile.
To justify its substantial price tag, the futuristic looking device boasts all sorts of things that regular family vacation RVs can only hope of having. more >>
The University of Mississippi has denied that it's censoring an annual campus Christmas celebration because of it being "too Christian."
Various publications, including Breitbart, have reported that Ole Miss had changed the name of its annual "A Grand Ole Christmas" to "Hotty Toddy Holidays" because the former was "too Christian."
In a statement released Wednesday, university officials denounced the claim of anti-Christian sentiment, claiming that initial reports on the reasons for the changes were taken out of context. more >>
Every Christmas season, countless children dream of asking Santa Claus for various things and many get to do so in person at various shopping malls.
Sometimes, however, challenges in communication can arise for those little ones who encounter Jolly Old Saint Nick.
On a given weekend, 3-year-old Mali Phoenix Williams-Cody went to the Cleveland Center with her mother to see Santa. Mali struggled with speech and is taking classes to help with the matter. more >>
Sometimes to tell kids that they need to go to college, you need a little bit of help from the wife of the President of the United States.
That's what Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharoah got when he did a rap song to encourage teens to continue their education after high school.
"College is awesome. If you don't believe us just ask the First Lady of the United States and SNL's Jay Pharoah," stated the video's description. more >>