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North Koreans bid farewell to Kim Jong-ll

Thousands of mourning North Koreans turned out for the memorial to say farewell to their long time leader Kim Jong-ll Wednesday morning. The three hour procession was led by Kim Jong-Un, who walked beside his father’s coffin as they traveled through the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang, where long dead…

‘Cocoon’ vaccination strategy causes controversy

This Fox News segment with Dr. Cathleen London discusses the question of vaccinating extremely young infants against some diseases. The practice of “cocooning”, which is endorsed by the CDC, involves vaccinating all adults who will come into contact with the infant rather than exposing the child to potential risks of…

Gingrich responds to Romney attack: ‘Say it to my face’

Newt Gingrich appeared today on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to discuss his campaign’s mishandling of the Virginia primary as well as to discuss disparaging remarks that Mitt Romney made about Gingrich earlier today. Romney was at a campaign stop when he was questioned about the Gingrich campaign’s…

Utah woman and son rescued after Facebook call for help

A Utah woman had been held hostage for nearly five days by her domestic partner, raped and beaten when she managed to sneak into a closet with a laptop and post a cry for help on the social networking site Facebook. In this video from Fox News, America Live host…

Missing Indiana girl beaten with brick, dismembered with hacksaw

The search for an Indiana girl has come to a tragic end. Court documents say Michael L. Plumadore, 39, admitted to beating 9-year-old Aliahna Lemmon to death with a brick, dismembering her body and storing some of the parts in his freezer. Plumadore said that he repeatedly struck Lemmon with…

Romney claims that ‘you can get a photo ID free’ for voting

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney asserted Tuesday that photo IDs were free to all voters and that Attorney General Eric Holder had made a “very serious error” by blocking a South Carolina law that requires an ID to vote. In blocking the South Carolina law Friday, the Justice Department said…

Large mob causes lockdown at Mall of America

America’s largest mall was placed under temporary lockdown Monday evening after several hundred people created a wild scene, according to the Minnesota Star Tribute. More than 200 young people reacted to a small fight involving a large group at a food court in Bloomington, Minnesota’s Mall of America. Ten juveniles…

Dog in ‘Santa pants’ walks down stairs on front paws

It probably doesn’t qualify as a Christmas miracle, but one YouTube uploader says that his dog learned to walk down stairs on his front paws after being outfitted with a pair of Santa pants. “It was christmas day so I threw a pair of santa pants on my dog,” MrPhillypickles…

Santorum: ‘Send a message to the man’ by voting for me

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is advising Iowans that by giving him their vote, they can “stick it” to the man. Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Iowa Tuesday, the former Pennsylvania senator accused President Barack Obama of “nasty, personal, divisive, unfair accusations.” “That’s why I’m asking for your…

Perry bills Texas taxpayers over $1 million while touring country

Running for president can be expensive. Thankfully, the taxpayers are here to foot the bill. Okay, that’s not exactly true, especially for private citizens hoping to land a new job in public office. But it does seem to be at least partially true for Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R), who…

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