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Australian woman says dolphins saved her and her dog from drowning

A woman who fell from a cliff into the sea while trying to rescue her dog said Tuesday that a pod of dolphins saved her life. According to Perth’s Channel 7 News, Karyn Gitsham was walking her dogs on the beach at Carrickalinga, on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, as she…

Naked man leads California cops on foot chase after pooping on car roof

El Cajon police on Tuesday said that that a foot chase with naked man who spread feces on the roof of a car had ended with his arrest. While responding to reports of a prowler at around 1:45 a.m. on Tuesday morning, El Cajon police observed a man “standing on…

John Kerry no fan of Dennis Rodman the diplomat

Secretary of State John Kerry told CNN on Tuesday that he’s not exactly a fan of former Chicago Bulls player Dennis Rodman serving the U.S. in a diplomatic capacity when asked about the former Chicago Bulls player’s recent visit to North Korea. “I have great respect for Dennis Rodman as…

Fox Business host pushes Alex Jones’ theory: Government is ‘arming up’ and disarming citizens

Fox Business host Lou Dobbs on Monday repeated a conspiracy theory pushed by fringe conservative websites like Alex Jones’ Infowars, that the federal government was “arming up” while trying to disarm U.S. citizens. During an interview with National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre, Dobbs explained that “the gun owners are…

Justice O’Connor to Maddow: Supreme Court ‘not a popularity contest’

On Monday night’s edition of “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow welcomed retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, author of the book Out of Order, to discuss upcoming cases that are set to come before the court and the landmark civil rights decisions that could result. Maddow began…

Jeb Bush: Romney campaign ‘wasn’t the best’

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) said Tuesday morning that he didn’t think the last Republican presidential campaign was well run, saying it breaks his heart that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) is not president right now. “It just breaks my heart that he’s not there,” he said during…

Current TV host plays Boehner in ‘orange face’ to mock David Gregory’s softball interview

Current TV host John Fugelsang on Monday painted his face orange to point out the absurdity of House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) Sunday interview with NBC’s David Gregory. Fugelsang played the part of a grumpy Boehner, while Mystery Science Theater 3000‘s Frank Conniff took the role of mocking Gregory’s interviewing…

Colbert: Like nerds, Republicans ‘have no idea how to relate to women’

While most people saw President Barack Obama’s “Jedi mind meld” gaffe as an easy joke, Stephen Colbert argued on Monday that it was an opportunity for conservatives to relate to one of Obama’s core demographics: nerds. “After all, Republicans and nerds have so much in common,” he explained. “They both…

Krugman laments he was ‘unready’ to debate Scarborough on economics

In a debate aired Monday night, MSNBC’s conservative pundit Joe Scarborough faced off with economist and columnist Paul Krugman over America’s debt, deficit and level of spending. Krugman, a dogged proponent of deficit spending as a way to stimulate the economy, admitted before the show aired that Scarborough had gotten…

Jon Stewart: The sequester was ‘auto-erotic asphyxiation’ for Congress

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart ripped Congress on Monday night for failing to avert $85 billion in across-the-board spending cuts, which both Republicans and Democrats had described as devastating. The indiscriminate cuts, called the sequester, were designed to be so painful that both parties would be forced to compromise…

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