Your daily inspiration for Monday, March 20
Rep. Fredrica Wilson (D-Fla.) is engaging in a war of words with the White House. First she took jabs at President Donald Trump — then she criticized Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly. The general addressed the White House press corps Thursday in a stunning speech about service and patriotism. Wilson responded by calling Kelly a liar and a racist.
House Speaker Paul Ryan took playful jabs at President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Chuck Schumer, and a few other people during his appearance as keynote speaker at the 72nd Al Smith Dinner on Thursday night. Get ready for a good laugh!
Check out a man's attempt to avoid his nagging wife, a congressional candidate's alleged alien sighting, and a Floridian's questionable background. You don't want to miss this!
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) never seems to pass up an opportunity to slander President Donald Trump. She recently spoke at a AIDS walk in Los Angeles — but didn’t last three minutes before turning to politics.
A Singaporean photographer just completed the first 360-degree aerial video of the North Korean capital of Pyongyang — definitely worth a look!
The tech giant suddenly removed a pro-life prayer application from the app store after complaints from abortion advocates. Find out the details.
New documents reveal that former FBI Director James Comey began drafting Hillary Clinton’s exoneration statement two months before the bureau completed its investigation. Comey had yet to interview nearly a dozen key sources, including Clinton herself. Could this be a game changer in the private email investigation?
The fast-food chain recently introduced a new initiative at a Singapore branch — aiming to encourage conversations over meals.
Sen. John McCain (R.-Ariz.) criticized President Donald Trump’s populist, nationalist agenda in a speech Monday night after receiving the National Constitution Center’s Liberty Medal. Check it out.
ICYMI: The president and the Senate majority leader have had a contentious relationship thus far — or at least that has seemed to be the case. They appeared quite unified on Monday afternoon as they discussed plans on a variety of issues following a joint lunch.
Marcus Johnson, a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, was baptized in a North Carolina hotel pool. Many other Christian celebrities practice their faith — check out this list.
It’s easy to explain away your faults and failures if you just blame someone else, right? Clinton, Kaepernick and Bergdahl did just that — but nobody is buying it.
The internet has gone wild over an animal some are calling the bodybuilding kangaroo. The beast was seen taking a dip in the Boodjidup Creek, in Margaret River, about four hours from Perth in western Australia. You have to see it to believe it!
In honor of her father, Dolly Parton has released her first children's album — "I Believe In You” — with proceeds benefiting her charity, the Imagination Library. As one of 12 kids, she has some incredible insight.
P.G. Wodehouse was born on Oct. 15, 1881. The comic novelist penned the adventures of Bertie Wooster and his “gentleman’s gentleman,” Jeeves — still delighting readers today.
On Oct. 14, 1947, U.S. Air Force Captain Chuck Yeager became the first person to break the sound barrier during a secret test flight in California.