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Bachmann: 9/11 and Benghazi attacks were ‘judgment’ from God

On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told a group of conservative lawmakers gathered for a prayer event that the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and the siege of the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya were “the hand of judgment” from God. According to Right Wing Watch, the event,…

Texas mom treats son with WebMD after he’s shot by her friend

Police in Texas are considering whether to charge a mother who decided to consult the website WebMD after a friend shot her son instead of taking him to the hospital. According to KHOU, surveillance video recorded in a Houston home on Tuesday shows Pete Jesse Rodriguez “tracking” the 14-year-old boy’s…

Texas opens criminal investigation into fertilizer plant explosion

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced on Friday that the McLennan County Sheriff and the Texas Rangers were opening a criminal investigation into an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West that killed 14 and injured 200 last month. “This disaster has severely impacted the community of West,…

Fox News says Republicans ‘free to use’ its ‘ad’ attacking Hillary over Benghazi

Fox News host Eric Bolling on Thursday said he had created an advertisement to attack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her handling of 2012 attacks in Benghazi and Republicans were “free to use” it to derail her 2016 presidential ambitions. “I made a political ad that Joe Biden,…

Dennis Rodman: ‘Obama can’t do sh*t’ about American prisoner in North Korea

Dennis Rodman is planning another trip to North Korea — but it’s not just for the attention this time. Instead, he says he’s going to try to get American Kenneth Bae released — since, he says, President Obama won’t. Bae, who was born Pae Jun Ho in South Korea, was…

Republican strategist: Benghazi ‘much worse’ than 9/11

Republican strategist Jack Burkman on Thursday asserted that the 2012 attacks in Benghazi that killed four Americans were “much worse” than the original attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 that killed almost 3,000 people because of “the level of how things were ignored.” In an panel segment on Current TV, host…

Ohio kidnap suspect’s daughter: ‘He is dead to me’

Angie Gregg, the daughter of Ariel Castro, the man accused of abducting, imprisoning, torturing and sexually assaulting three women in a Cleveland house, said that she is “horrified” and “disgusted” by her father’s secret life. “He is dead to me,” she told CNN. Gregg said that knowing what she knows…

California professor keeps job after admitting to sexually assaulting student

A student at San Jose State University in California says that justice has not been served because a professor who admitted to sexually assaulting her was not disciplined and was allowed to keep his job. The student, who asked KNTV not to identify her, met with adjunct professor Jeffry Mathis…

Colbert admits that he, like everyone else, never read ‘Gatsby’

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert welcomed Carey Mulligan, one of the stars of Baz Luhrman’s reboot of “The Great Gatsby.” Colbert said that, given the two weeks he had to prepare for the show, of course he read the book first. “Which I really enjoyed,” he…

Woman rescued alive from Bangladesh garment factory rubble: TV

A woman was pulled alive Friday from the ruins of a garment factory complex in Bangladesh more than 16 days after it collapsed and killed over 1,000 people, live television footage showed. The miraculous rescue came shortly after emergency officials announced that the woman called Reshmi had been located under…

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