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UPDATE: Three dead, three injured as gunman opens fire on town hall meeting in Pennsylvania

A shooting during a town hall meeting in northeastern Pennsylvania has left four three people dead and two others are in critical condition, according to local media reports. “All I saw was the holes go through the hall,” said Pocono Record reporter Chris Reber, who was at the meeting in…

Watch: Great white shark seen near Boothbay Harbor, Maine

It was feeding on a minke whale carcass and looking noticeably pedestrian. This is an important point because so much media depicting sharks presents them as threatening and vicious, when in…  …

Watch: Why you should be very worried about the DEA’s spy program

Matthew Feeney, assistant editor for Reason 24/7, on Monday explained why the Drug Enforcement Administration’s surveillance program violated the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. He argued on RT America that the program robbed defendants of their right to a fair trial. “I think any constitutional system that is supposed…

Creationist radio ad says dinosaurs were on Noah’s Ark

Why did the dinosaurs go extinct? Answers in Genesis doesn’t say, but the Creationist group is sure of one thing: the giant reptiles were on Noah’s Ark. In a 60-second radio ad released Monday, Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham lamented that dinosaurs had been used to “indoctrinate children” to…

David Corn explains how journalists are colluding with conservatives to create propaganda

Conservative journalists are part of a secretive group that hopes to defeat moderate to progressive politicians, according to Mother Jones’ Washington D.C. Bureau Chief David Corn. During an interview with 92Y Producer Jordan Chariton at The Jefferson Hotel, Corn explained his recent reporting on the conservative coalition known as Groundswell.…

Watch: Meteor traveling 54,000 miles per hour explodes over Tennessee

Star-gazers in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi witnessed a bright fireball light up the sky last week. The Capricornid meteor was traveling at 54,000 miles per hour, according to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. A video captured by NASA shows the meteor streaking across the sky on August 1 around 12:00…

Drunk Tennessee man steals construction equipment to ‘hide his nudity’

A Tennessee man told police that he was just try to hide the fact that he was naked when he stole a piece of construction equipment, busted through a chain-link fence and attempted to drive it home. The Knoxville News Sentinel reported that 19-year-old Joseph Michael Hall was arrested early…

Washington man straps bomb to his dog and blows it up

A Washington state man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly killed his dog by attaching a bomb to the animal and then detonated it. Skamania County Undersheriff Dave Cox told KPTV that deputies responded to reports of an explosion at around 3:45 a.m. on Sunday morning and found…

Lawyers: Illegal body cavity searches of women standard policy at Texas traffic stops

Lawyer representing women who faced “unconstitutional” cavity searches of their genitals at traffic stops in Texas last year have said that the practice is essentially standard practice in many jurisdictions. In two separate cases last year, four women said that they were humiliated with illegal cavity searches on the side…

Philly columnist denies ‘Ch*nk’ is a racist term

In supporting a local restaurant facing a drastic dip in business, a Philadelphia Inquirer columnist suggested the establishment’s original name, “Ch*nk’s,” was not racist in nature. “You can argue whether his friends meant it as an Asian slur or a sidewalk description,” Stu Bykofsky wrote on Monday. “America was, rightly…

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