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Dry humping UK soccer fans video bomb Sky News reporter’s live shot

Two soccer fans decided to spice up a Sky Sports News live shot from the Premiership in Norwich on Thursday by performing simulated anal sex while correspondent Kate Riley attempted to deliver her report. As Riley was giving the latest update on English footballer Gary Hooper, two men wandered into…

Hackers use Xbox 360 to send SWAT team to family’s home

A family living near Orlando was awakened by a SWAT team early Thursday morning, apparently sent to the home as a hoax after hackers accessed a neighbor boy’s Xbox 360 and obtained an address from his account. Police said the address on the account was out of date, sending officers…

Ft. Hood Soldier gets 3 years for shooting friend in head to cure hiccups

A 27-year-old Fort Hood soldier on Thursday pleaded guilty to accidentally killing his friend while trying to cure a case of the hiccups. Spc. Patrick Edward Myers’ rank was reduced to private and he was sentenced to three and a half years in military prison, according to NBC News. Friends…

Watch live: NASA marks 10th anniversary of Columbia disaster

Watch live coverage of NASA’s Day of Remembrance ceremony at Kennedy Space Center, marking the 10th anniversary of the loss of the shuttle Columbia and its crew. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Feb. 1. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Geraldo: My Senate candidacy would bring ‘new vitalization’ to GOP

Fox News’s mustachioed menace may be taking his show on the road to Washington, D.C. — that is, if the voters of New Jersey will have him. Appearing Friday morning at his regular perch on “Fox & Friends,” the longtime conservative talk host followed up on the surprise announcement he…

Colbert: Best part of Super Bowl is the ads for the ads

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert paid tribute to Sunday’s Super Bowl game and confessed that his favorite part of the big game weekend is the ads for the ads, that is, the so-called “teaser” commercials that point viewers to the actual TV spots that will run…

Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch dead at 88

Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch has died at the age of 88. According to ABC News, a spokesman for the brash, confrontational and sometimes controversial mayor confirmed his death on Friday morning. Koch had recently been admitted to the hospital to be treated for water in his lungs.…

Jon Stewart mocks NRA chief: Let’s only pass laws that criminals will follow

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Thursday night mocked the various arguments that National Rifle Association chief executive Wayne LaPierre provided against gun control. At a Senate hearing on gun violence, LaPierre explained that citizens of the United States needed high-power firearms to both defend themselves from an overbearing…

Maddow: Republicans wish we were still in ‘factually wrong’ Iraq war

On her show Thursday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow reviewed the Senate’s fierce confirmation hearing for Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel. She noted that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Hagel, a former Republican senator from Nebraska, were once close colleagues. Hagel served as McCain’s national co-chair during the 2000 Republican…

Noam Chomsky: Obama would be a ‘moderate Republican’ several decades ago

MIT professor Noam Chomsky said Thursday the Republican and Democratic parties had become increasingly conservative since the 1970s due to the reshaping of U.S. economic power. Chomsky told The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur that President Barack Obama was “more or less” a progressive, given the current usage of the…

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