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Man slaps singer Beyoncé on the butt during Copenhagen show

Pop singer Beyoncé was slapped on the butt by a male fan during her show in Copenhagen on Monday, shocking the celebrity so much that she stopped performang and told the man she would have him escorted out. Beyoncé was singing “Irreplacable” as she walked by the stage’s edge touching…

Supreme Court denies Indiana bid to cutoff Planned Parenthood funding

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to overturn a lower court ruling that blocked an Indiana law aimed at stopping Planned Parenthood from receiving federal funds to provide cancer screenings and other services for the poor. The Supreme Court justices gave no indication why they had rejected Indiana’s appeal to…

Gun Manufacturers Fight To Protect Profits From Black Market Sales

The gun lobby likes to portray itself as the defender of the right of ordinary Americans to own guns/build giant personal arsenals for future shoot-outs with the feds. What they actually are, as I’ve said before, is an industry lobby established for the sole purpose of increasing profits for gun manufacturers. That’s…

Use of synthetic psychoactive substance abuse on the rise in Europe

New synthetic psychoactive substances are making their way into Europe where the Internet is becoming a big challenge in the fight against illicit drugs, the continent’s drug agency warned Tuesday. Drug use in Europe remains high even though the consumption of cannabis and cocaine appears to be slowing, as is…

U.S. scientists who broke ground on human biological clock win Asian prize

Three scientists whose groundbreaking studies using fruit flies helped to uncover the workings of the human biological clock were Tuesday named the winners of the $1 million Shaw Prize. US scientists Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young received the award “for their discovery of molecular mechanisms underlying circadian rhythms”,…

White supremacist resigns from Gov. Nikki Haley’s re-election campaign

An aide to the re-election campaign of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) has resigned from his position over connections to a white supremacist group. According to Mediaite, Cuban-American conservative activist Roan Garcia-Quintana stepped down after days of intense pressure on the campaign. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the…

U.S. weapons designs ‘hacked by Chinese’

US officials and defense firms have concluded that Chinese hackers have breached networks containing designs of many advanced US weapons systems, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. The Post, citing a confidential report prepared for the Pentagon, said the breaches were part of a broad Chinese campaign of espionage against US…

Goat terrorizes Brazilian village amid hilarious rampage

Residents of Londrina, Brazil recently filmed a maladjusted goat on a hilarious rampage as he terrorized bystanders, motorcyclists and even the cameraman, knocking people over and running them off the road before he was finally subdued. The footage shows the belligerent billy headbutting an older woman onto the ground, drawing…

Priebus has ‘good feeling’ Issa will have ‘quite a summer’ investigating Obama

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Tuesday promised that “this is just the beginning” of Republicans in Congress investigating President Barack Obama. Priebus explained to Fox News host Gretchen Carlson that Republicans like Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) would continue their probes into scandals involving Benghazi, the IRS and the…

Watch: Storm chasers catch stunning footage from inside a tornado

A group of storm chasers in a specially-designed tornado intercept vehicle took a direct hit from a funnel cloud in Kansas on Monday, walking away from the encounter with a stunning video from inside one of the most destructive environments on the planet. The video below features the TIV 2,…

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