Bill O'Reilly isn't returning to Fox News because he sexually harassed five women. No, he's not returning because of math.
Sorting through news headlines is like archaeology -- there's a ton of digging, there's so much dirt, and anything good you find is usually broken.
Markwayne Mullin seems to have forgotten that whole 'public servant' part of his duties.
As told by Zack Zackerson, Head Social Media Guru / Virality Ninja of the social media startup ClymbEr.
Trying to find the important stories in the weekly news cycle is like playing 'Where's Waldo?'
The tragedy is that every one of these garbage stories has something real and ugly at its core, but all that stuff is getting buried under sensational B.S.
Some weeks the news headlines are like the scarabs in a Brendan Fraser mummy movie.
You're welcome for turning you into the next Ben Stein.
The news outlets are like that kid who keeps pulling the fire alarm. You can't ignore them completely because you might miss something important.