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Iranian ambassador: ‘High five’ with female MP didn’t break Islamic law

The Iranian ambassador to Germany is insisting that he did not break Islamic law by touching a female member of parliament with a “high five” greeting because he says the contact was accidental. The German magazine Spiegel reported last week that Ali Reza Sheik Attar was caught on video “high-fiving”…

Esquire reporter: Man who killed bin Laden faced life ‘like a mafia snitch’ after leaving Navy

While an Esquire magazine contributor said on Monday that the U.S. Navy SEAL who shot and killed Osama bin Laden doesn’t have access to health care after leaving the service, military guidelines indicate that the operative would still be eligible for government benefits. “What they offered when he came out,…

Penn. closes loophole allowing mail order of concealed gun permits from Florida

Gun owners in Pennsylvania are expressing outraged after the state Attorney General announced that she was closing a loophole that allowed residents who were unqualified for a conceal-carry gun license to mail order permits from Florida. Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Friday said that gun owners would no longer…

12-year-old boy arrested over threat to shoot teacher and 23 students

A 12-year-old California boy was arrested after allegedly emailing a threat to shoot a teacher and 23 of his middle-school classmates. KFMB-TV reported on Sunday that authorities took the boy into custody on Saturday and referred him to a hospital for evaluation. The suspect, a seventh-grader at Twin Peaks Middle…

Liberals and conservatives both wonder about ‘SNL’ unaired riff on Hagel’s Israel comments

Republican dissatisfaction with former Sen. Chuck Hagel’s (R-NE) feelings toward Israel took center stage in an unaired Saturday Night Live skit that has stirred up some questions online. The skit, which was written as an opener for the show, was performed at dress rehearsal but never made air and was…

Shots fired inside Delaware courthouse leave three dead

A man was shot killed inside a Delaware courthouse Monday morning after he opened fire in the lobby, killing his wife and another woman before officers gunned him down. The shooting took place just after 8:15 a.m. in Wilmington, WPVI-TV reported. Two women and two police officers were hit by…

Indiana teacher wants straight prom because LGBT people have no ‘purpose’

A special education teacher from Sullivan, Indiana is joining a group of students, parents and other Christians in the community who are calling for a prom that bans LGBT people because she says they have no “purpose in life.” WTWO-TV reported that the group met at Sullivan First Christian Church…

Live condor lands in hockey team’s penalty box during game-delaying flight

A live condor delayed an East Coast Hockey League game over the weekend featuring the Bakersfield Condors after an animal handler couldn’t quite keep control of the creature during the national anthem. The Condor, named Queen Victoria, got away after its handler slipped on the ice, and immediately began buzzing…

Explorers complete Shackleton’s epic Antarctic journey a century later

A team of exhausted but elated explorers successfully recreated Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic survival journey, completing a three-day climb across mountains despite a treacherous blizzard. Expedition leader Tim Jarvis and Barry Gray reached the old whaling station at Stromness early Monday (2245 GMT Sunday) after a 900-metre (2,950-foot) climb over the…

Chris Hayes on drone strikes: ‘How much should we care that it’s citizens?’

On UP with Chris Hayes on Sunday night, the panel discussed the recent white paper on drone strikes obtained by NBC News and how concerned we should be regarding distinctions between citizens and non-citizens. Hina Shamsi, Director of the ACLU’s National Security Project, said that with regard to U.S. citizens,…

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