Kansas City Burger: Prez Biden Surprise Ukraine Visits Snubs Vlad As Cuckolding Trends

On this President's day because TKC forgot that the garbage doesn't go out today . . . We celebrate hottie Sam her somewhat trashy tribute to American burger life. Also, we pay tribute to the American way of life by snarking pop culture, community news and top headlines.

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Don't Be Fuel-ish, Prices Will Spike Again 

Kansas City gas prices fall slightly, averaging $3.05 a gallon

KANSAS CITY METRO (KCTV) - Gas prices in the Kansas City metro fell slightly this past week, but remain a little more expensive than they were last month. Local gasoline costs fell 3.4 cents, now averaging $3.05 a gallon.

Discounts Down By The River Debut

Red X set to hold grand opening for new building in Riverside

A new building for Riverside, Missouri's Red X Store is just around the corner. The new 59,000-square-foot store will be open for business on Feb. 22. A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for 8 a.m. that same Wednesday.

Rock Chalk Grind Taught Early

Kansas bill would add more school days to the calendar

KANSAS (KCTV) - A bill proposed in the Kansas Legislature could add more school days to the calendar. The bill would need to pass out of committee before the Friday "Turnaround Day" deadline.

Show-Me Guv Wanna-Beast

State senator throws first punches of 2024 Missouri governor's campaign * Missouri Independent

In a series of digital ads focused on Chinese farmland and taxes, state Sen. Bill Eigel has launched the opening salvo of a likely contentious 2024 Republican gubernatorial primary. Eigel, a two-term GOP legislator from St. Charles County, began running ads on Facebook this month criticizing two of his fellow Republicans - Lt.

Trans Argument For Sunflower State

Amid attacks on our rights, transgender Kansans can celebrate being true to ourselves - Kansas Reflector

Last week was excessively long, or as Rep. Brandon Woodard called it, "hate week." It is important for us to take care of ourselves. And it is important to set boundaries for ourselves as we engage in just going about our daily lives.

Fashionista Body Of Work Endures

12 Incredible Photos of Samantha Hoopes Over the Years

The SI Swimsuit model shot for the magazine every year between 2014 and 2020. With seven straight SI Swimsuit appearances, Samantha Hoopes is a franchise stalwart. The model made her magazine debut in 2014 and participated every year after that through 2020. Even the birth of her son in August 2019 did not stop her streak.


US warned Russia of Biden's visit to Ukraine 'hours' before departure

U.S. officials warned Russia that President Biden was visiting the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv hours before he made the trip, the White House National Security Council revealed Monday. National security officials provided more details about Biden's surprise trip to Ukraine on Monday, calling the trip unprecedented given the lack of U.S.

Anti-MAGA Refrain Reemerges

Juan Williams: Cult of Trump has replaced Reagan's three pillars of Republican Party

No matter how you mix them up, no Republican - in or out of the race - so far shows the power to beat former Donald Trump in the 2024 Republican primaries. It is a stubborn fact. For the GOP's biggest donors, it soon will be an embarrassing fact.

Feel The Bern For Cash

CBS Host Confronts Sen. Bernie Sanders On Benefitting From Capitalism

CBS News host Margaret Brennan confronted Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on "Face The Nation" Sunday about benefiting from capitalism as expensive tickets for his book tour are sold on Ticketmaster. Sanders is set to promote his new book, "It's Ok To Be Angry About Capitalism," during a March 1 event at Anthem in Washington D.C.

Cruella Campaign Quickens

Nikki Haley on 2024 White House campaign: 'Why not me?'

Presidential hopeful and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley downplayed any concerns Sunday about competitors for the 2024 Republican nomination. "I just had packed rooms in New Hampshire, not one person asked me about (former President Donald) Trump," said Haley on "Fox News Sunday," coming off campaign stops in New Hampshire last week.

Today's Lesson In Culture War Narcing

Campus Reform Correspondents Slam California University For Urging Students To Report Professors For 'Racism'

Florida college students on Sunday slammed a California university for urging its non-white students to report professors who cause "race-related stress." California State University Monterey Bay officials published material on the institution's website under the Personal Growth and Counseling Center section, which suggests students "think broadly about what could be an act of racism," which includes a professor consistently not calling on them or minimizing their contributions and teaching racially biased curriculum.

Comment Kill For Realz

4 reasons Big Tech is worried about the Supreme Court this week

The case, which goes to oral arguments before the court on Tuesday, specifically tests whether social media platforms' use of algorithms to recommend content to users is protected under Section 230. The court's ruling could reshape the entire online ecosystem, including social media, e-commerce and job portals - all of which use algorithms to promote content to users.

Americans Poisoned

As residents near the toxic train wreck in Ohio worry about rashes, sore throats and nausea, the state sets up a health clinic | CNN

While officials have repeatedly sought to assure residents that the water and air in East Palestine, Ohio, are safe after the derailment of a train carrying hazardous materials earlier this month, anxiety has permeated the community amid reports of rashes, nausea and headaches.


'Everyone took cover' 1 dead, 4 others shot at Bacchus parade in New Orleans

An eyewitness said that when the shots started flying, people were falling all over the place trying to get away and leaving their belongings behind. NEW ORLEANS - One man was killed and four others were injured when a gunman started shooting near the St. Charles Avenue Carnival parade route in New Orleans on Sunday.

Steel Confiscated Amid Travels

Record 6,542 guns intercepted at US airport security in 2022

ATLANTA - The woman flying out of Philadelphia 's airport last year remembered to pack snacks, prescription medicine and a cellphone in her handbag. But what was more important was what she forgot to unpack: a loaded .380-caliber handgun in a black holster.

Election Tech Fights Talkers

How Dominion Voting Systems filing proves Fox News was 'deliberately lying'

The Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe said Dominion Voting Systems' brief requesting summary judgment against Fox News for defamation - and $1.6bn - is "likely to succeed and likely to be a landmark" in the history of freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

OR . . . Dr. Oz Deserves Disgrace For Losing To This Poor Dude

Fetterman's Hospitalization Is Reminder Media Lied To Get Him Elected

Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) deserves the sympathy and the well-wishes of the nation. The announcement by a senior aide that Fetterman is likely to remain hospitalized for severe depression for more than a month is sad news.

Rocketman Levels Up

North Korea confirms ICBM test, warns of more powerful steps

North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said its launch of the Hwasong-15 ICBM was organized "suddenly" without prior notice at Kim's direct order. KCNA said the launch was designed to verify the weapon's reliability and the combat readiness of the country's nuclear force.

Smutty Lifestyle Trend ACTUALLY Integral Part Of Human Sexuality History

The Psychology of Cuckolding: An Insult Becomes a Male Fantasy

It's been five years since K, as she prefers to be known, got into what she calls "the lifestyle." This educated, middle-aged woman, and mother of two children, has sex with other men and then tells her husband of 20 years all about it. On occasion, he watches. They both love it.

Another Peek At Diva

P!NK Trustfall Tour Ticket Giveaway

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - P!NK announces "Trustfall" tour coming to Kansas City October, 27! To celebrate the release of P!NK's ninth studio album and new tour, FOX4 and Live Nation have teamed up to give FIVE of our viewers the chance to win tickets! For your chance to win, fill out the form below for [...]

Forecast For This Week

Feeling like spring in the metro to begin the week


Pearl Jam - Brain of J. is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.