'Citizen Kane' gets inside the castle

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LA TIMES) — When the film "Citizen Kane" came out in 1941, William Randolph Hearst gave it an unequivocal two thumbs down. The press lord kept ads for more…

Good Samaritan jailed for helping baby gator

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (OCALA.com) — A foot-long alligator that looked “beat up” and “dehydrated” on the side of the road landed in a man's bathtub to be nursed back to health. more…

Idyllic outpost in Everglades faces final days

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (SUN-SENTINEL) — A mere 20 people have the vast, undeveloped western two-thirds of Broward County all to themselves. The 1.8 million people packed into urbanized Broward may not more…

Tea party: 'Permanent force in America'?

by Jim Fletcher -- There was a time that we had at least the appearance of leadership in Congress. Today's candidates for office, and the congressional field itself, leaves a bit to more…

Store policy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A hundred bucks. Editor's note:Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines forum more…

How much is each GOP candidate 'worth'?

by Andrea Shea King -- Hot Internet site: Intrade Intrade, one of the Internet's hottest sites during this political season, is akin to the New York Stock Exchange in that it gives a more…

Woman skis solo across Antarctica

by -NO AUTHOR- -- BUENOS AIRES— British adventurer Felicity Aston completed her crossing of Antarctica on Monday, becoming the first woman to ski across the icy continent alone. Aston also set another more…

Resident of heaven 'owes no taxes'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FLORIDATODAY) — A 40-year-old Melbourne man who told IRS agents he was not subject to man’s laws but instead was an American national who “resided in the Kingdom more…