The Rio Olympics are now over, and to say that the U.S. women's gymnastics team had a good run would be an understatement.
There is no greater stage than that of the Olympics, a time and place that athletes train their whole lives for. But for U.S. Army Reserve 2nd LT Sam Kendricks, a sense of patriotic duty comes before anything else.
As he is running towards an attempt at the pole vault, he hears the national anthem and immediately stops to stand at attention.
We salute you, LT Kendricks, and thank you for your service.
If you're like most of the country, you're probably a little tired of hearing about the crap show that U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte got himself into in Rio.
Ahead of the Olympics, American athletes posed with puppies, not just because they’re adorable, but to bring awareness to thousands of animals in shelters who are still looking for a home.
The campaign, called Clear The Shelters, connected almost 20,000 pets with forever homes last month.
In case you've been sleeping for the past 48 hours and missed this crap show, U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has had quite a week.
Because this election isn't already completely weird, we have this — the anarchist art collective INDECLINE putting naked, testicle-free statues of presidential candidate Donald J. Trump in public spaces.
The concept of a death hoax sure is a strange one. All celebrities have fans, critics, and haters, but it's always a bizarre set of circumstances when someone from one of those groups would go about circulating a rumor of the star's death.
Imagine if you will, Donald Trump trying to describe a movie to you only as Donald Trump could do.
That’s exactly what Twitter did, and let’s just say it made a huge difference to the plot. HUGE.