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Saudi princess charged with human trafficking in California

A Saudi Arabian princess was arrested Wednesday and charged with human trafficking in Santa Ana, California for allegedly holding up to five women against their will and forcing them to work for several families in an Orange County condominium complex. According to CBS News, police arrested 42-year-old Meshael Alayban, one…

Eric Boehlert: Don’t blame D.C. for Walmart’s fear of living wages

Media Matters senior fellow Eric Boehlert on Wednesday said it was wrong for some conservative media figures to attack the city of Washington, D.C. over a “living wage” proposal. The measure, approved by the D.C. Council on Wednesday, has caused retail giant Walmart to threaten to abandon the city. Opponents…

Watch: This space rocket blasts off only to return to its launch pad — without exploding

If a standard space rocket blasts off and ends up back at its launch pad, something has gone terrible wrong. That is not the case for SpaceX’s “Grasshopper” rocket, however. The first-of-its-kind reusable rocket made its highest leap to date last month before gently returning to Earth. Video recently released…

Radio host: Vanderbilt football player ‘allowed’ teammates to rape girlfriend

Former Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Erik Ainge, who now hosts a show on Tennessee Sports Radio, revealed this morning that a Vanderbilt football player under investigation for sex crimes “allowed” three teammates to rape his girlfriend. Earlier this month, The Tennessean reported that sex crimes detectives and the Tennessee Bureau of…

Fox News host: Ban new mosques until we find out ‘who is not a terrorist’

Fox News host Bob Beckel is calling for a ban on all new Islamic mosques “until we got it worked out who is not a terrorist.” On Tuesday’s The Five, host Greg Gutfeld pointed out to Beckel that a “Muslim gang” had killed at least 28 students at a boarding…

Pat Robertson calls for ‘revolt’ over Obamacare

The thought of more Americans getting health care options was enough for 700 Club host Pat Robertson to call for a revolution on Wednesday, citing the recent overthrow of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi as an inspiration. “You know, they revolted in Egypt against the oppressive actions of the Muslim Brotherhood,”…

Brooklyn activist carries anti-Keystone XL sign wherever she goes

The Pipeline Sign (via Moyers & Company) Barbara Haws is a Brooklynite, but she was raised in Nebraska. The proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline would pass through her home state, and she’s not happy about it. Her cousins — Nebraska farmers — are so unhappy about it that they chained……

Food distributor Sysco under investigation for keeping perishables in outdoor sheds

Public health officials in California are investigating one of the country’s biggest food distributors following a KNTV-TV report showing employees storing perishable food products in unrefrigerated metal sheds. The station reported filming employees at Sysco Corporation using a dozen outdoor sheds around Northern California as both storage units and pick-up…

George W. Bush: ‘The laws governing the immigration system aren’t working’

Though he vowed to avoid stepping into a political debate, former President George W. Bush (R) still criticized U.S. immigration policy and urged lawmakers to find a “positive resolution” during a speech to newly-naturalized citizens, NBC News reported. “We can uphold our traditions of assimilating immigrants, and honoring our heritage…

Watch live: Texas House set to vote on abortion bill

The Texas state legislature return to the statehouse to again take up a controversial bill that would place stringent restrictions on abortion services in the state. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on July 10.…

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