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Man’s best friend? More like THE man’s best friend.
Fight on and roll tide you crimson Aggies!
A powerful storm spawned tornadoes from Texas to Illinois, killing at least two people and injuring several others.
The era of state legislation targeting immigrants “has subsided,” advocates tell BuzzFeed News. The state agreed to settle the last lawsuit against HB 56, its notorious law punishing undocumented immigrants, last week.
She apparently “pointed it at another student and said ‘pew pew’”.
So… Katy Perry seems fun.
Investigators say the children’s father led officers to their bodies and “pretty much confessed.” Authorities told the Associated Press that Timothy Ray Jones Jr. would be charged with five counts of murder.
It’s more than a region, it’s a state of mind.
An Alabama man claims he went to the hospital for a circumcision procedure, but awoke to find his penis had been removed.
Feel the good vibrations!
But she’s also actually really adorable!
The governor of South Carolina signed into law Monday a medical marijuana bill, which will allow children with severe epilepsy to use cannabidiol oil (CBD), a nonpsychoactive marijuana derivative. Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed a similar bill into law on Friday.
Drone footage shows the extensive damage to Bessemer, Ala., caused by Monday’s deadly tornado.
Dozens of tornadoes slammed communities in the central and southern states, killing at least 30 people on Sunday and Monday.
Ya’ll can’t complain about much after you’ve been through the mud!
Reactions in town since the parade haven’t exactly been positive.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster missed three field goal attempts during last month’s shocking Iron Bowl loss to Auburn, shouldering much of the blame from fans.
Update: The school later apologized.
Austin Smith Clem, 25, was found guilty of raping a teenage girl three times in Alabama, but he won’t be sent to jail for his crimes.
Someone needs to review the law book and make some changes.
The Daily Show points out that neither of them really do.
Some are saying he was “bullied to death” by school administrators.
“Football can be a confusing and often vexing concept, especially for women.” Readers weren’t happy.
There are fans, and then there are fans.
What’s good (and maybe not so good) about each of the 14 members of college football’s reigning power conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
Obviously, there was a “Daisy Dukes” competition, because America.
How the Hell did this happen?
Awwwwwwwwwww, you guys! This is so cool.