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Iowa cop rescues teen from burning vehicle

A police officer from Urbandale, Iowa saved the life of a lucky 18-year-old over the weekend by pulling the unconscious teen from his burning vehicle. Ian Waseskuk, 18, crashed his car while attempting to drive in circles in a snow-covered church parking lot on Sunday, according to The Associated Press.…

Boxer rebukes military’s ‘no tolerance’ policy on sexual assault: ‘You can say anything!’

In the first Senate hearing on sexual assault in nearly a decade, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) slammed the military on Wednesday for its so-called “zero-tolerance policy,” and called military sexual assault a “heinous, violent crime” and “we must stop it.” “Sexual assault is a heinous and violent crime and it…

Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro: The only reason for ethnic studies is ‘to meet girls’

Breitbart News editor-at-large Ben Shapiro on Wednesday dismissed the importance of ethnic studies by insisting that only purposes of the courses were “to meet girls” and “get an easy A.” Fox News host Megyn Kelly noted on Wednesday that a U.S. Circuit Court judge recently had upheld an Arizona law…

‘High Times’ publisher: Fake penis proves how easy it is to beat drug tests

In video published Tuesday by The Huffington Post, High Times associate publisher Richard Cusick explained all the many ways people use to trick drug tests, saying that products which help people do just that — including a fake penis called “The Whizzinator” — equate to roughly a $600 million industry…

Republican rep.: Shift funds to abstinence-only because sex ed is ‘dangerous’

A Republican U.S. congressman from Illinois is calling to take funds from traditional sex education, which he claims are “dangerous” for kids, and reallocated the money to abstinence-only programs with “incredible success records.” During a radio interview with Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on Tuesday, Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-IL)…

North Carolina county commissioners sued for insisting upon official public prayers

Three citizens and the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina (ACLU) sued the Rowan County Board of Commissioners in North Carolina on Tuesday over the board’s continued insistence on opening meetings with official Christian prayers. The group has been raising the issue since Feb. 15, 2012, when the ACLU…

Minnesota family testifies on marriage equality: ‘Our family longs to rejoice at Jacob’s wedding’

Activist Jacob Reitan and his parents gave moving testimony on a marriage equality bill the Minnesota state House committee passed on Tuesday. “We love Jacob so very much,” said Randi, his mother. “We come here today as a family with dreams, dreams that someday soon Minnesota will grant our son…

Christian academy student shoots parents in head after grounding from video games

A 14-year-old student at a Christian academy in Washington state has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting both of his parents in the head after they restricted him from playing violent video games. Grant County prosecutors on Monday said that they were asking that 14-year-old Nathan Brooks be…

Watch live: Steubenville rape trial

A juvenile court in Steubenville, Ohio, hears testimony from witnesses in the trial of two high school football players accused of raping a 16-year-old girl last summer. Watch live, broadcast via NBC News on March 13. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Former Santa Fe cop arrested for printing counterfeit $100 bills

Former Santa Fe police officer Anthony Rivera and brother Dominic were arrested Sunday and charged with overseeing the production of fake $100 bills, created using $20′s that were stripped of their color using paint thinner. The two men, 44 and 34 respectively, were arrested along with 20-year-old Tyler Ament and…

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