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Man With Alleged Horse Urine Sex Fetish Arrested In Arizona

Michael Crawford did a bad thing.

A Pennsylvania man with an apparent horse urine fetish has been arrested in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Arizona Republic reports that 68-year-old Michael Crawford allegedly traveled to Arizona in order to have sexual contact with an equine. That’s not the only disturbing detail in the case, and Sheriff Joe Arpaio is sending a message to… Read more »

Geraldo Rivera Threatens To Punch Out Eric Bolling On Live TV [Video]

Geraldo River threatens The Five panelist Eric Bolling

A visibly angry Geraldo Rivera threatened to knock out his Fox News colleague Eric Bolling on today’s episode of The Five. The two journalists, along with co-host Jesse Watters sitting in for Greg Gutfeld, got into a heated argument over illegal immigration and Donald Trump’s controversial comments about same. The Celebrity Apprentice runner-up on Trump’s… Read more »

Malala Yousafzai Opens School For Syrian Refugee Girls On 18th Birthday


Malala Yousafzai celebrated her 18th birthday by opening up a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon. The youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai called on world leaders to invest in “books not bullets” during the school’s opening. “Today on my first day as an adult, on behalf of the world’s children,… Read more »

Boy Scouts Of America Lifts Gay Ban For Adult Leadership Positions

GRAPEVINE, TX - MAY 23:  Jennifer Tyrrell of Bridgeport, Ohio, a Cub Scout den leader who was kicked out in 2012 for being openly gay, embraces her son Cruz Burns, 8, before a news conference at the Great Wolf Lodge May 23, 2013 in Grapevine, Texas. The Boy Scouts of America today ended its policy of prohibitting openly gay youths from participating in Scout activities, while leaving intact its ban on gay adults and leaders.  (Photo by Stewart House/Getty Images)

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has unanimously approved a resolution to end the organization’s ban on gay adults working in leadership positions. The vote isn’t the first regarding homosexuality for the Boy Scouts. In 2013, the Boy Scouts voted to allow openly gay boys to become scout. Now, the same will hold true for… Read more »

Obama Commutes 46 Sentences In Effort To Make Justice System ‘Fairer’


President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 convicted felons in an effort to make the U.S. justice system more “fair.” A total of 14 of the criminals were serving life sentences. Obama said the “punishments didn’t fit the crime,” when signing the order to free the prisoners. Some senior White House officials have reportedly… Read more »

Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman May Never Return To Prison


Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman remains on the run days after an elaborate prison escape and the possibility exists that he may never be found. El Chapo, a nickname which translates as “the midget” or “shorty” in Spanish, had been serving out a prison term following his 2014 arrest for crimes related to his activities as… Read more »

Indoor Beach Opens At National Building Museum

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An indoor beach opened at the National Building Museum earlier this month. The exhibit included a 50-foot shoreline and a 10,000-square-foot “ocean” ball pit. The indoor beach even includes beach umbrellas, chairs, and a snack bar. The National Building Museum indoor beach exhibit is located inside the Great Hall at the facility, according to The… Read more »

Over 19 Million Social Security Numbers Stolen From Background Checks

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Over 21 million social security numbers were reportedly stolen in a massive data breach conducted in May. The Daily Mail reports that, according to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, 19.7 million of the victims affected by the data breach applied for security clearances to qualify for government jobs. USA: Hackers stole Social Security numbers… Read more »