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Multiple ‘chemical bombs’ explode at Michigan middle school

Parents in Bangor, Michigan received automated alerts on Friday that at least three explosive devices had gone off at Bangor Middle School. Bangor Public Schools Superintendent Ron Parker confirmed that at least two homemade devices had exploded in a locker at the middle school. Parker said that the simple devices…

UPDATED: Boston bombing suspects’ parents, aunt say authorities are setting them up

An aunt of the men suspected of carrying out Monday’s bombing of the Boston Marathon on Friday said that she had a hunch that the FBI may have staged a photo of her nephews at the scene of the crime, and she also had doubts about the official story behind…

Scientist to Moyers: It’s time to beat the ‘Save the World’ drums

In this clip from Friday’s edition of “Moyers and Company,” biologist and activist Sandra Steingraber discussed her quest to fight the “toxic assault” waged on U.S. children through processed food and tainted water and air. Moyers asked Steingraber what average parents can do who are not biologists and who are…

Patients of ‘dirty’ Oklahoma oral surgeon test positive for hepatitis and HIV

Test results came in Thursday for more than 3,000 of the 7,000 patients potentially exposed to infectious diseases through the practice of an Oklahoma oral surgeon who did not use proper sterilization techniques. According to Oklahoma City’s KFOR News, of Dr. Scott Harrington’s tested patients, dozens are coming back positive…

Grassley: Immigration reform could make terrorists ‘eligible for benefits’

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Friday said that Monday’s tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon was a reason not move to quickly to pass a bipartisan proposal for comprehensive immigration reform. “Given the events of this week, it’s important for us to understand the gaps and loopholes in our immigration…

Uncle of suspects on what was behind Boston bombings: ‘Being losers!’

On Friday, the uncle of two brothers suspected of planting bombs at the Boston Marathon earlier this week called on his nephews to “turn yourself in, and ask forgiveness for your crimes.” During a press conference outside his Boston home, Ruslan Tsarni was asked by reporters what provoked nephews, Dzhokhar…

Philadelphia news anchors lose it after inane Ryan Lochte interview

On Thursday morning, Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte left Fox’s “Good Day Philadelphia” show anchors Sheinelle Jones and Mike Jerrick laughing so hard that they were unable to go on, bringing the show to a complete halt. The star of the new E! Reality Show “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” proved…

Pat Robertson advises Christians to ‘flee from evil’ video games

Televangelist Pat Robertson on Thursday warned Christians that they should “flee” from any video game containing “evil.” In a letter to the TV preacher, a viewer asked if it was “safe for a Christian to enjoy video games that have magic in them, if the person playing the games is…

Colbert: U.S. now safe from maniacs wielding gun control bills

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert congratulated America on being safe from maniacs wielding gun control bills and gave special thanks to the U.S. Senate for standing up to grieving families to protect that which is most precious of all, their NRA ratings. “Nation, I’m sure you’ll…

Sen. Durbin: ‘Gang of Eight’ found balance on immigration

After months of negotiations, a bipartisan group of senators formally rolled out a sweeping immigration overhaul today. The gang of eight’s bill would establish a pathway to citizenship…  …

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