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Jesse Ventura Wins $1.8 Million Lawsuit Against Dead Navy SEAL

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Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura has won a $1.8 million defamation lawsuit from a slain Navy SEAL sniper. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jesse Ventura sued the estate of former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle – who had the most confirmed kills by any U.S. military sniper in history – after Kyle allegedly wrote… Read more »

Nicole Gainey: Mom Arrested For Letting Her 7-Year-Old Walk To The Park

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Nicole Gainey was arrested and charged with neglect — because she let her 7-year-old son walk to the park alone. The Florida mom believes her son is old enough to walk down the street unsupervised. However, officials with the Port St. Lucie Police Department disagree. On Saturday afternoon, Dominic Gainey asked his mother for permission… Read more »

EMP Attack By North Korea Possible, Former CIA Director Says

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EMP attack threats from North Korea should be taken very seriously, according to former CIA Director James Woolsey. The long-time foe of the United States will reportedly soon be capable of launching an electromagnetic pulse attack against America, if the former intelligence expert is correct. Pry is calling for the Obama administration and Congress to… Read more »

Plastic Surgery Billboard Criticizing ‘Muffin Tops’ Vandalized

"Friends don't let friends muffin top" billboard has been vandalized.

A controversial billboard using the term “muffin top” to convince passersby to get plastic surgery has been vandalized with a much friendlier message. According to MLive, an Ann Arbor plastic surgeon’s billboard advertisement that sparked outrage for featuring the words, “Friends don’t let friends muffin top,” was spray-painted to promote healthier body image. “Muffin top”… Read more »

Austin Shedd: Missing 13-Year-Old Found Alive In Kings Canyon

Missing Teen Found Alive

Authorities have confirmed Austin Shedd was found alive in Kings Canyon National Park. The 13-year-old boy went missing during a hike on Sunday afternoon. Although he was located by a trail crew on Monday evening, a rescue flight could not be arranged until Tuesday. Austin, his father, and a family friend were eight hours into… Read more »

Pentagon ‘Lost Track’ Of $626 Million Of Weapons In Afghanistan

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The Pentagon has lost track of $626 million of weapons that the agency provided to Afghan security forces. The misplaced firearms amount to more than 43 percent of those the taxpayers funded and the governmental agency handed out in Afghanistan. A Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) repot says that the Defense Department information… Read more »

Mexico Earthquake: No Damage, 1 Fatality Reported From Veracruz Shake-Up

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At 5:46 a.m., local time, a strong earthquake shook eastern Mexico in an area that is very familiar with geological disruptions. Residents of the country felt the earthquake as far away as Mexico City, 260 miles (418 km) away, where it rocked buildings. The website Earthquake Report has said that the region experienced minimal damage… Read more »

Obama Amnesty Executive Order Allegedly Imminent

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Illegal immigrants may soon be granted amnesty in the form of work permits by the stroke of President Barack Obama’s pen. A Democratic Senate aide said the president is planning to allow millions of illegal aliens to remain in the United States courtesy of an executive order, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. President Obama is expected to… Read more »

Illinois Cop Shoots 6-Year-Old Girl’s Dog In The Head As She Watches

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On Friday, July 25 one little girl’s world was turned upside down. According to Raw Story, the six-year-old girl witnessed the fatal shooting death of her dog. The animal was reportedly shot in the head by a police officer with the Hometown Police Department. Nicole Echlin, the girl’s mother and dog owner, explained that Apollo,… Read more »