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Texas man guns down couple over dog poop on his porch

Police say a 75-year-old man in Dallas is being charged with Capital Murder after he allegedly shot and killed two neighbors because they had dumped dog feces on his porch. According to The Dallas Morning News, Chung Kim had repeatedly complained to management at Sable Ridge Apartments that Michelle Jackson…

Colbert: Latinos and GOP ‘go together like beans and very, very white rice’

Stephen Colbert told his nación on Monday he was all for the Republican party’s sudden push to woo Latino voters, joining other pundits who saw the two groups as a natural fit. “Hispanics and Republicans go together like beans and very, very white rice … that is very suspicious of…

North Korea video shows city resembling New York under missile attack

North Korea, poised to conduct a nuclear test any day now, has posted a video on YouTube depicting a US city resembling New York engulfed in flames after an apparent missile attack. The footage was uploaded Saturday by the North’s official website, Uriminzokkiri, which distributes news and propaganda from the…

Jon Stewart on Super Bowl ads: Candy feels pain, kissing a Jew is controversial, and a man ‘f*cking’ a horse

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart reviewed the Super Bowl on his show Monday night, lampooning the events highlights and bloopers. Stewart was particularly intrigued by the new and controversial Super Bowl ads that aired. He noted companies had decided to send the message that “our candy feels pain when…

Former exec. of South Carolina GOP defends mocking Trayvon Martin’s death

Former South Carolina GOP executive director Todd Kincannon on Monday defended a series of provocative, racially-charged tweets he sent out during the Super Bowl. Kincannon told HuffPost Live that mocking the death of Trayvon Martin and “the poors” during Hurricane Katrina was just “high-profile trolling.” He said he didn’t understand…

NBC reporter on leaked memo: Obama admin. using ‘elastic’ definitions to justify drones

NBC News correspondent Michael Isikoff said Monday the Obama administration was using murky legal definitions to justify its use of drone strikes to kill suspected terrorists. “Remember, we are talking about targeted killings of Americans, we are talking about making decisions based on secret intelligence, and we see in this…

OK school says ‘zero tolerance’ for bullying after teen shoots self in bathroom

Authorities in Oklahoma on Monday were unable to confirm if bullying was involved after a 15-year-old male killed himself with a gun in a Cowetta school bathroom. Speaking to reporters at press conference, Superintendent Jeff Holmes explained that a “ninth grade student at Cowetta Intermediate High School died from a…

NRA President David Keene says AR-15s are ‘the musket of today’

The president of the National Rifle Association (NRA) says that the Second Amendment was designed to protect the right to own muskets and the AR-15 military-style assault rifle — like the one used to slaughter 20 children in Newtown — is just “the musket of today.” “This nation was founded…

Muslim-Americans launch ad campaign to reclaim the word ‘jihad’

A group of Muslim-American activists has launched an ad campaign to reclaim the often misunderstood word “jihad,” arguing that it is not an affectation of religious war, but a personal and spiritual struggle for self improvement. The ad campaign “My Jihad” has been running for about a month in San…

‘Dark Knight’ can’t hold his liquor in new Bat-spoof

Gotham’s “Dark Knight” has a rough night, and makes his ally Lucius Fox hear all about it in a new online short created by Andrew Hamm and Nathan Macintosh. “Bat Problems” traces Batman’s escalating levels of despair — and alcohol consumption — through a series of voice messages left to…

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