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Report: Republicans were source of bogus Benghazi quotes

Republicans provided the erroneous quotes linked to White House emails regarding how to address the September 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya, CBS News reported on Thursday. According to the report by chief White House correspondent Major Garrett, a quote leaked on May 10 attributed to then-Deputy National…

Uzbekistan native arrested on federal terrorism charges

A 30-year-old native of Uzbekistan was arrested on Thursday in Boise, Idaho and charged with helping a terrorist group in his home country and teaching others how to use explosive devices. The Idaho Statesman reported that Fazliddin Kurbanov, who is currently residing in Idaho legally, was charged with one count…

Michigan school bans ‘baby bumps’ from yearbook pics

Two high school students in White Cloud, Michigan, are saying their school is discriminating against them by refusing to display their pregnancies in the school yearbook. Deonna Harris, a junior at White Cloud High, told WOOD-TV that she was pulled out of class on Tuesday by a yearbook staff member…

Fresno crooks busted after butt dialing 9-1-1 during crime spree

Two suspects were caught in Fresno earlier when they pocket-dialed 9-1-1 while they were allegedly in the middle of a crime spree. When the 9-1-1 operator got the call it seemed to be the wrong number, but instead of hanging up, he continued to listen, according to audio obtained by…

UPDATED: Internet ‘hatchet hitchhiker’ arrested on murder charges

Police in New Jersey are now warning residents to consider the 24-year-old hitchhiker who became an Internet celebrity earlier this year armed and dangerous, as they pursue him on murder charges. WABC-TV reported on Wednesday that an arrest warrant has been issued for Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, or, “Kai the Hatchet…

GOP Rep. proclaims love of ‘so-called gangsta rap’ and Public Enemy’s ‘conservative message’

Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL) told NowThisNews on Wednesday that he loves “so-called gangsta rap,” and especially hip-hop group Public Enemy, because he feels the song “Fight the Power” somehow mirrors his own struggles in Washington, D.C. and the scandals of the Obama administration. “This is a song that came out…

New Mexico Catholic school demands transgender male student wear female gown

A Catholic high school in New Mexico says that a transgender student must wear a female gown or not participate in graduation ceremonies. Damian Garcia was born as Brandi Garcia, but now he identifies as a boy and had his name legally changed last year. His parents and the teachers…

Lawmakers demand civilian enforcement of military’s rape laws after scandals

A group of U.S. lawmakers from both parties announced Thursday that they are proposing legislation to hand over prosecution of sexual assaults on and by U.S. military personnel to civilian authorities. According to Bloomberg News, the officials are taking the action as evidence mounts suggesting that the military is either…

Feminists stage protest against sexism at life-size Barbie Dreamhouse

Feminist activists were among several dozen people who demonstrated against the opening on Thursday of Europe’s first life-sized Barbie Dreamhouse, slamming it as a sexist cliche. Just a few steps from Alexanderplatz, the main shopping district of east Berlin, the 2,500-square-metre (26,900-square-foot) attraction transports the young visitor to a pink-hued…

Rep. Cramer blames legalized abortion for school shootings

A Republican congressman from North Dakota suggested to the graduating class at University of Mary earlier this month that the Boston Marathon bombings, the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks and multiple school shootings were all connected to the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973. In a…

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