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Ohio nuclear plant stumped by radioactive goldfish in lemonade pitcher with reactor water

Security investigators at a nuclear power plant in Ohio say that they have not made much progress in determining who left radioactive goldfish in an underground steam tunnel. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) announced earlier this month that it had launched an investigation after workers found two goldfish swimming in…

Fugelsang slams Cheney: ‘You did nothing’ to prevent 9/11 attacks

Tuesday night on John Fugelsang’s “Viewpoint,” Fugelsang invited viewers to play along at home as he hosted a new game, “Are You Qualified to Criticize Obama on This?” Along with actor Frank Coniff, who played “TV’s Frank” on the show “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” Fugelsang lampooned former Vice President Dick…

Homophobic Texas candidate calls reporter ‘c*nt, b*tch, coward’ in voicemail tirade

D Magazine on Tuesday published a shockingly not safe for work voicemail from Dallas City Council candidate Richard P. Sheridan who said that the publication had not done enough to inform voters that his opponent was gay. In the voicemail left over the weekend, Sheridan tells reporter Dan Koller that…

Hundreds of inmates released early in Colorado prison sentencing mess

Colorado Department of Corrections officials are contacting state judges alerting them that an audit of the state’s prison system has revealed errors in the sentencing of more than 8,000 inmates, including hundreds who were released from prison early. According to the Denver Post, judges are currently reviewing the case files…

Boehner on IRS targeting: ‘Who is going to jail over this scandal?’

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) on Wednesday took the unexpected step of calling to imprison someone in the U.S. government after the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admitted inappropriately scrutinizing tea party groups to determine if they had abused their tax-exempt status. “Now my question isn’t about who is going to…

Florida man won’t be charged for shooting himself while bowling

Police say that a Florida man who shot himself at a bowling alley in Jupiter will not be charged with a crime. Jupiter Police told WPBF that the man was bowling with a gun in the pocket of his shorts at Jupiter Lanes at around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday when…

Goldberg and O’Reilly agree: Obama could cure cancer and Republicans would still hate him

Appearing on Tuesday night’s episode of “The O’Reilly Factor,” author and sports journalist Bernie Goldberg agreed with host Bill O’Reilly on a critique of some Republican opinion-makers in the media, saying he felt like President Barack Obama could cure cancer and they would still hate him. As Obama’s bad week…

Filmmaker ‘rebrands’ Abercrombie & Fitch with clothes donations to the homeless

A Los Angeles filmmaker has garnered more than half a million views on YouTube in just two days for his effort to show up clothing manufacturers Abercrombie & Fitch while doing some charity work. Greg Karber told KNBC-TV on Tuesday that his “Fitch the homeless” campaign began after comments made…

Watch: Researcher explains ‘manure foam’ phenomenon behind hog farm explosions

The explosive phenomenon of “manure foam” continues to baffle scientists, but there are signs of a solution, Mother Jones reported on Wednesday. The problem began to attract notice in 2009, when six industrial-scale hog farms reported suffering blasts caused by gaseous build-up in the underlying pits used to capture the…

Sequestration threatens U.S. flood-warning system

Oregon and Idaho each had to shut down three water gauges due to automatic budget cuts, known as sequestration. Watch how Idaho relies on these water gauges, from tracking drought conditions to determining stream levels for salmon. Video by Seth Ogilvie/Idaho Public…  …

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