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CBS reporter smuggles puppy out of Afghanistan war zone

CBS correspondent Lara Logan recently became part of an effort to rescue a puppy named Bill after he was saved by a group of Marines in Afghanistan. But a warning: This story did not have a happy ending for adorable dog. Marines from the 3rd Platoon were on patrol in…

Personal airplane in development gets better fuel efficency than most cars

A proposed highly fuel-efficient personal private plane called the Synergy is generating buzz and attracting investors in the aviation industry, according to Bloomberg TV. Investors hope to raise enough capital to build a prototype of the Synergy, which is designed to carry up to five passengers with a fuel efficiency…

Trump: I would be the ‘best choice of all’ for Romney’s VP

Billionaire mogul Donald Trump says he has found the “best choice of all” to be presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate: Donald Trump. “You have a lot of really good candidates,” the reality star told Newsmax columnist John LeBoutillier on Wednesday. “Chris Christie’s a great guy.…

Letterman grills O’Reilly on anti-Obama bias

Wednesday night on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” host David Letterman welcomed Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly, who he took to task for his bias against President Barack Obama and his unwillingness to give the president credit for the things that he has accomplished. Letterman began with the killing…

California police: Dog was strapped with explosives

Police in California are on the hunt for two people they say strapped a stick of dynamite to a dog and set it loose in a Sacramento neighborhood. The explosion, heard around 11 a.m. on Wednesday, severely injured the dog, which police described as a long-haired Dachshund. They expect the…

U.S. Navy nuclear sub catches fire in Maine

A fire on board the U.S. nuclear submarine USS Miami in Portsmouth, Maine on Wednesday night left seven injured and Navy engineers scratching their heads trying to figure out what caused the blaze. Thankfully, the injuries were minor: Rear Admiral Richard Breckenridge told The Associated Press that nobody was seriously…

Maddow: Romney on board with the legacy of Dick Cheney

On her show Wednesday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow explained that although presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had distanced himself from George W. Bush, Romney had openly expressed his admiration for Dick Cheney. She began the segment by outlining the history of Cheney, who had defended President Ronald Reagan…

BuzzFeed’s McKay Coppins: Conservative media concerned with ‘race war’

McKay Coppins of BuzzFeed suggested Wednesday that conservative media outlets were obsessed with allegedly anti-white crimes. “It is everywhere,” he told The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. “If you just spend a few days reading the conservative blogospere, watching Fox News or listening to Rush Limbaugh you will hear this…

Stuntman sets record for surviving skydive without parachute

A British stuntman has become the first person to jump from 700 meters high without a parachute and survive. Forty-two-year-old Gary Connery wore a specially designed suit that slowed his descent. But despite the suit, he still shot downward at a speed of about 80 miles per hour. His descent…

Rev. Barry Lynn blasts religious politicking: Churches aren’t political action committees

Rev. Barry Lynn, the Founder and Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, said Tuesday that people didn’t go to church to learn who to vote for. His organization has filed complaints with the IRS over preachers who have recently told their congregations not to vote…

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