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Speeding Driver Natasia Wood Kills Firefighter, Gets One Day In Jail

Natasia Wood Kills Young Firefighter, Sentence Is Ridiculous

Natasia Wood, the speeding driver who killed an off-duty firefighter in October 2013, has been sentenced, and the outcome is one friends and family are understandably upset about. Wood, reportedly driving 22 miles over the posted speed limit and going around 70 miles per hour, lost control of her car and hit 37-year-old Darin Steffey… Read more »

Arwa Damon Returns To CNN After Drunken Incident In Baghdad, Lawsuit


International correspondent Arwa Damon has returned to CNN’s airwaves about a month after she was slapped with a lawsuit by two emergency medical technicians she allegedly bit during a drunken incident in Baghdad, according to media blog TV Newser. The outlet said Arwa Damon’s return follows a long absence that came about following the apology… Read more »

Housing Markets Where Prices Have Risen And Fallen The Most


Since the Great Recession, it has taken the economy some time to rebound. Among the hardest hit sector was the housing market, where prices took a steep nose dive in cities across the country, especially in some areas that built out too much inventory such as Las Vegas. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance took a look at… Read more »

Mark Wahlberg Tweets Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy

Film Title: Contraband

Mark Wahlberg tweeted Donnie Wahlberg and his new wife, Jenny McCarthy, on their wedding day on Saturday. According to Daily News, Mark Wahlberg opted to keep a prior commitment on the same day of the wedding – his own daughter’s 11th birthday party. Amidst rumors that Donnie Wahlberg’s brother didn’t like the bride, E Online… Read more »

Should Americans Even Fear A Real Life Purge?

Real Life Purges no longer a threat?

It was inevitable after a film like The Purge was released that threats of a real life “Purge” would emerge–that is, the threat of an uninhibited crime spree (Based on the popular horror films The Purge and The Purge: Anarchy). Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple real life “Purge” threats, ranging from… Read more »

Islamic Militia Claims It Has ‘Secured’ U.S. Embassy in Tripoli

islamists parada at the us embassy in tripoli

A Libyan militia group claims that it has “secured” the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, Fox News is reporting. Dawn of Libya, an organization consisting of militants from several organizations, announced that it had claimed the embassy, which has been evacuated for a month. The group posted a video showing men playing in the embassy’s pool…. Read more »

San Diego Chargers Broadcaster Suspended For Anti-Semitic Remark


San Diego Chargers radio analyst Hank Bauer was suspended for one game for an anti-Semitic “joke.” At the end of the broadcast of the pre-season game between the Chargers and the San Francisco 49ers, Bauer made an idiotic comment that stereotyped Jews for being cheap. The Chargers subsequently pulled him off the next game’s broadcast…. Read more »

School Shooting Study Blames Student Teacher Conflict More Than Bullying

School Shooting Study Reveals Teachers Major Part Of Tragedy

A new school shooting study has placed the brunt of the blame not on bullying but on student-teacher conflict. According to a study funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, researchers at Freie Universität Berlin performed a systematic literature search of all available school shooting study research. The goal of the analysis,… Read more »

Unsolved Transgender Murders Creating Tension Between LGBT And Police

Transgender Murders Terrorizing Baltimore

A series of unsolved transgender murders are creating tension between the LGBT community and Baltimore Police. According to a recent report from MSN, Mia Henderson, 26, born Kevin Long, was found in a Baltimore alley. Henderson had been beaten to death, authorities say. This crime followed the death of Kandy Hall, born Ricky Carlos Hall,… Read more »

Cable Companies Calling On FCC To Block High-Speed Internet Expansion

Block High-Speed Internet, Says Telecom Giants

Block high-speed Internet expansion. That’s the message that cable companies are sending to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) concerning the plans of Wilson, North Carolina, and Chattanooga, Tennessee. On Friday USTelecom, which represents cable giants Comcast, Time Warner and others, told the FCC that the “success of public broadband is a mixed record, with numerous… Read more »

Anti-Government Clashes In Pakistan Leave One Dead, 400 Injured

Clashes in Pakistan against government

Anti-government clashes in Pakistan have injured 400 protestors and has also claimed the life of one person, reports Yahoo News. The current wave of protests which started a fortnight ago started to turn violent on Saturday after an estimated 25,000 people started a protest match from the country’s parliament to the residence of Pakistan’s prime… Read more »