9/11 Memorial Opens Tomorrow
Remembering September 11th, 2001 recalls a flood of emotions difficult to stem. Any attempt to address this group of events in our past must necessarily begin with the acknowledgement that no matter how much strength or solidarity the nation draws from a tragedy, it is a painful and permanent scar on our minds and hearts.
Governor Mead Takes Consistent Approach to At-Will Positions
Governor Matt Mead announced today that he wants all state agencies to be consistent in the use of at-will classification for employees. Currently state employees are either at-will or permanent. The permanent position jobs have a one-year probationary period and then any termination must be justified.
NBA Stars Blake Griffin and Kevin Love Offer to Do Your Chores As ‘Lockout Professionals’ [VIDEO]
With both NBA and NFL players being locked out by management, America faces an unprecedented surge in able-bodied professional athletes with no proper employment. In this spoof video that aired during Wednesday Night's ESPY Awards, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love and other locked-out pros offer themselves up as 'Lockout Professionals,' who are more than willing to do your household chores for the low, l
Judge Declares Mistrial in Roger Clemens Perjury Trial
Roger Clemens' perjury trial was declared a mistrial Thursday by the judge sitting on the case. According to the New York Times, Judge Reggie Walton said the prosecution "revealed information that he previously deemed inadmissible."
Father and Son Take Photos at the First and Last Space Shuttle Launch [PHOTO]
It's the photo they waited 30 years to take (click to enlarge). Chris Bray and his father attended the first space shuttle launch back in 1981 -- and the last, just a few weeks ago. Bray posted a link to the photo on Reddit on Monday and the reaction was immediate -- almost 600 comments have been left thus far, and various media outlets have picked up the story.