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Florida man arrested for ‘molesting a manatee’

Florida resident Ryan William Waterman, 21, faces charges stemming from “molesting a manatee,” due to the state’s protection laws that make interacting with the endangered species illegal. The Fort Pierce man published photos this week of himself and two children playing with a manatee calf laying near a shoreline, according…

Dr. Drew blames McCready’s ‘firearm enthusiast’ boyfriend for ‘easily accessible’ guns

Dr. Drew Pinsky says that country music star Mindy McCready may not have killed herself if her boyfriend had not been a “firearm enthusiast,” making guns “easily accessible.” Speaking to CNN’s Erin Burnett on Monday, Pinsky explained that McCready’s suicide was the result of a “one-two punch” after her boyfriend,…

Former Powell chief of staff ‘damn sure the Bush administration cooked the books’ on Iraq

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, said Monday on MSNBC that he’s “damn sure the Bush administration cooked the books” when it came to pushing for the invasion of Iraq. Wilkerson was speaking to host Ed Schultz about the Republican filibuster of Defense…

Beck insists Obama using tax dollars to ‘teach government workers to be racist’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly hosted former colleague Glenn Beck on his show Monday night to discuss excerpts from a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) cultural sensitivity seminar released this week by the conservative group Judicial Watch, and concluded they taught “government workers to be racist.” Video excerpts from the seminar,…

Scott Brown: I wasn’t drunk tweeting, I ‘pocket-tweeted’

Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) blamed “pocket-tweeting” for a series of late-night tweets last month that prompted speculation he sent them while drunk. “Anyone ever hear of pocket tweet, pocket dial? I mean it was pretty simple,” Brown told WFXT-TV in an interview that aired Monday. “I have an iPhone…

Watch live: Obama speaks about budget negotiations

President Obama urges action to avoid the automatic budget cuts set to be triggered on March 1 if Congress fails to find a path forward on balanced deficit reduction. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Feb. 19. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Oklahoma sheriff: ‘Spontaneous human combustion’ killed 65-year-old man

The sheriff of Sequoyah County in Oklahoma believes that a 65-year-old man recently died by spontaneously bursting into flames. “If you read about spontaneous human combustion that’s what we have here,” Sheriff Ron Lockhart told KFSM. After a neighbor contacted police on Monday, authorities discovered the burned body of Danny…

Family claims skull and bones found at home altar were bought on Ebay

As investigators worked to determine the origin of human remains found inside a residential altar in Pasadena, California, the family that owns the property is claiming they were bought online. KNBC-TV reported on Monday that the skull and bones were found on Sunday while responding to a report of a…

Alabama lawmaker: Fetus is ‘the largest organ in a body’

A Republican state representative in Alabama says that her bill to force new restrictions on abortion clinics is necessary because the fetus is “the largest organ in a body.” In a recent interview, state Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin explained why she was sponsoring House Bill 57 — The Women’s Health…

Maddow: Many in Congress never read Iraq intel briefs before authorizing war

On Monday night, Rachel Maddow presented “Hubris: Selling the Iraq War,” a documentary about the run-up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003, one of the biggest military blunders in U.S. history. In one segment, she reported that members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, who were charged with determining whether…

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