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Investigation launched after Oklahoma police drag man face down

At least one Oklahoma police officer is under internal investigation after surveillance video showed him dragging a man face-down out of the Will Rogers World Airport. The incident occurred after police arrested 53-year-old James Jay Heidebrecht at the airport on February 20. The man had claimed he was a CIA…

Funny or Die’s Obama releases ‘Hipster Stimulus Plan’

The folks at the comedy website Funny or Die decided that the most important policy initiative that President Obama could create for America is addressing the nation’s growing hipster population. So with all that said, the “president” recently traveled out to Los Angeles to present his “Hipster Stimulus Plan.” And…

Zimmerman’s lawyer: Trayvon Martin broke my client’s nose

Craig Sonner, the attorney for George Zimmerman, revealed a new allegation into the Trayvon Martin case Friday evening that, claiming his client suffered injuries at the hands of the slain 17-year-old. In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Sonner was asked if he could identify any injuries Zimmerman suffered on…

Lost Mozart work found

For centuries it has lain lost and abandoned in a notebook, but now scholars have unearthed what they believe to be a composition by an 11-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.  It was performed on Friday, March 24 in Mozart’s old apartment in Salzburg, Austria, on his own pianoforte. The little song…

Maher: ‘Left and right’ need to stop getting outraged over ‘every little thing’

On last night’s Real Time with Bill Maher, Maher expanded upon his recent Op Ed piece in the New York Times asking “on the left and the right in this country” to stop asking each other to apologize over “every little thing.” It was the last rule in the weekly…

Bill Moyers and Andrew Bacevich discuss ‘neo-con armchair warriors’ and the futility of ‘endless’ war

To mark the nine-year anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, this week’s episode of Moyers & Company featured a fascinating discussion with West Point graduate, Vietnam vet and scholar Andrew Bacevich. Bacevich is the noted author of the best-seller The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism. Host…

Sgt. Robert Bales charged with 17 counts of murder in Afghan massacre

The sergeant who is alleged to have engaged in a masscre of Afghan civilians during a nighttime attack on March 11 has been charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder, as well as counts of assault and attempted murder against six additional victims who survived their wounds. At least nine…

Watch live: Military press conference on charges in Afghan massacre

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Obama meets Hawaiian woman, asks to see her birth certificate

Well, Rahm Emmanuel may be long gone from the White House, but some small aspect of his “Never let a crisis go to waste” philosophy clearly lives on in our Commander in Chief. Hectored since even before his inauguration about questions regarding his legitimacy as an American citizen, President Obama…

Santorum told to ‘pretend it’s Obama’ at shooting range

At a shooting range in Louisiana on Friday, an onlooker encouraged Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum to pretend the target he was firing at was President Barack Obama. “Santorum is shooting a 1911 Colt,” Politico’s Juana Summers tweeted from the sheriff’s office shooting range in West Monroe. “Range master says…

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