A New Jersey man woke up to throbbing pains Sunday, only to learn that he had been stabbed in the back nearly 10 hours earlier – and that the knife was still there.
THE NEW YORK TIMES - Not limiting their activities to the earthly realm, American and British spies have infiltrated the fantasy worlds of World of Warcraft and Second Life, conducting surveillance and scooping up data in the online games played by millions of people across the globe, according to newly disclosed classified documents.
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FOX NEWS - Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson lost $18 million in a scheme by a Virginia man that involved over a 100 victims, the congressman’s office confirmed Monday.
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Katy Perry didn’t let her parents come to her performance at Obama’s inauguration … because they didn’t vote for him
When someone makes it big in show business and is asked to perform at a presidential inauguration, you’d think that person would invite their proud parents to witness the monumental event. But not Katy Perry, apparently.
KXLO RADIO - BOZEMAN – Montana State University and fraternity officials announced today that the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Montana State University has agreed to four permanent sanctions against itself after a university investigation found multiple and significant violations of the university’s alcohol policy, student conduct code, and fraternity/sorority risk management policy.
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CNN - Netflix will premiere a behind-the-scenes look chronicling the Presidential aspirations of Republican Mitt Romney.
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USA TODAY - JOHANNESBURG – President Obama eulogized Nelson Mandela as “the last great liberator of the 20th Century” as tens of thousands of South Africans, joyously cheering and singing despite a cold rain, mourned the passing and celebrated the life of the father of their modern nation.
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POLITICO — Former Vice President Dick Cheney, citing his own experience with heart disease, slammed President Barack Obama and the administration on Monday for lying when they told people they could keep their plans and doctors under Obamacare.
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CNN — Republican Rep. Steve Stockman is launching a primary challenge against fellow Texan Sen. John Cornyn.
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The Senate approved a 10-year extension of a ban on plastic guns Monday, but chose not to adopt Sen. Chuck Schumer’s proposal to tighten rules on guns created with 3-D printers.
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LOS ANGELES TIMES - WASHINGTON – The federal government on Monday sold its remaining shares of General Motors Co. stock, ending the controversial $49.5-billion bailout of the automaker with an approximately $10.5-billion loss for taxpayers.
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FOX NEWS - If you like your hospital, you might not be able to keep it.
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2012 Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is getting the comic treatment this week – literally.
New Hampshire Rep. Ann Kuster, a first-term Democrat, recently received a question about Benghazi at a public forum. Twice she tried to wiggle her way out of addressing the issue before being bailed out by a moderator.
What do Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Chris Cuomo think about Ron Burgundy? The three CNN anchors dish about the real story behind the famous TV personality in a new video.
Even sock monkeys aren’t allowed to fly with toy pistols these days! A Transportation Security Administration agent at Lambert-St. Louis Airport confiscated the toy gun belonging to “Rooster Monkburn” the cowboy sock monkey last week because of the government’s no-weapons on flights policy.
Former Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin and self-proclaimed Mama Grizzly knows a thing or two about hunting. So hanging out with the cast of “Duck Dynasty” at their warehouse makes for a perfect fit and one fun Saturday afternoon.
ABC NEWS - Airline investigators are looking into how a man got left behind and locked onboard a United Airlines jet when everyone else left during a layover in Houston from Louisiana.
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Looking for ideas on what to get your favorite Republican youngsters? How about a Ted Cruz coloring book, featuring snippets about the Texas Republican’s rise to stardom and “what he believes will help America grow” as a nation.
SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE - DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO – Disgraced former Mayor Bob Filner received three months of home confinement and three years of probation in a sentencing hearing Monday, the final chapter in Filner’s stunning fall following from his repeated inappropriate sexual behavior toward women.
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