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Ohio Catholic student pulls gun and shoots himself in classroom suicide attempt

A Ohio Catholic high school student was rushed to the hospital on Monday after he reportedly pulled out a gun in a classroom and shot himself in what was thought to be a possible suicide attempt. According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, Hamilton County police confirmed that a student at La…

Florida cop: Girlfriend’s pimp set me up on drug charges

A Hialeah, Florida police sergeant said on Sunday that his arrest on drug charges is the result of a love story. “I met a girl, she happens to have a pimp and we fell in love,” 41-year-old Tomas Muñoz told WFOR-TV after posting $6,000 bail on charges of possessing cocaine…

Stuntman dies attempting to zipline over river by his hair

A famed Hindu stuntman stunned a crowd of more than 1,000 people on Sunday as he died while attempting to zipline over India’s Teesta river, getting stuck and apparently suffering a heart attack mid-way through his attempt. 48-year-old Sailendra Nath Roy was known for performing feats of strength with his…

Mike Tyson stuns Fox News host by saying he likes taxes and Obamacare

Retired professional boxer Mike Tyson on Monday briefly shocked Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade by saying that he was “looking forward” to paying taxes to the federal government, but hoped to save money with “Obamacare.” The former heavyweight champion told Kilmeade that he was hoping to pay off millions…

Chris Christie: Obama ‘kept every promise’ after Hurricane Sandy

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday shrugged off criticism from Republicans who said that he was a traitor for praising President Barack Obama’s handling of Hurricane Sandy just days before the 2012 election. Speaking to MSNBC on the six-month anniversary of the super storm, Christie doubled down by…

Immigrant dad meets daughter at ‘miracle’ border fence opening

A Mexican immigrant to the U.S. held his 5-year-old daughter for the first time during a ceremony along the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday, adding extra poignance to a brief event celebrating the Latin American Day of the Child. “It’s a miracle,” Luis Angulo told KGTV-TV after his two-minute meeting with…

Texas district attorney apologizes from jail for driving extremely drunk

Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg published an open letter from jail on Saturday, apologizing for driving with a blood-alcohol level three times over the legal limit. “I apologize to all of you,” she wrote. “There can be no anger directed at me – or disappointment in me – greater…

Graham says FBI should confront people who view ‘Islamist’ websites

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), appearing Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” said that he believes Americans would be made safer if Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) agents would physically confront non-criminals over their web surfing activities, especially if that person is on a watch list and has been looking at…

Former Fox News pundit: ‘Fox waging a campaign’ to link ‘radical’ and ‘Islam’

Former Fox News contributor Jane Hall says that her ex-colleagues at the conservative network have been “waging a campaign” to link the words “radical” and “Islam” following the bombings at the Boston Marathon earlier this month. In a Sunday discussion on CNN, host Howard Kurtz noted that after briefly coming…

Former Bush aide shames Congress: More worried about airport delays than dead kids

President George W. Bush’s former chief strategist Matthew Dowd on Sunday lashed out at Congress for moving so quickly to fund air traffic controllers because lawmakers were personally “about to get delayed at the airports,” while they couldn’t pass background checks to protect children from mass shootings. During a panel…

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