The Daily Show's John Oliver is coming to Charlotte this week. We catch up with the "Brit wit" in this week's cover story.
Apparently the Monroe couple that handcuffed a kid to their porch and tied a dead chicken around his neck are not the child's foster parents, as previously reported.
Call Florida what you want, but don't ever accuse it of being boring. Rep. Trey Radel, a Sunshine State Republican elected in 2012, will be in court today after he was found with some cocaine in D.C. Tuesday. He faces a maximum of 180 days in jail, as well as a fine of up to $1,000, according to Politico.
Employees of a Cleveland, Ohio, Walmart are collecting food for their co-workers who won't have enough for Thanksgiving. Wonder how many of the company's higher-ups will have that problem?