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Two ‘young children,’ one woman dead in Denver murder-suicide shooting

Police are investigating a shooting in Denver that left three people dead and another injured. Denver Police said that that one woman and two children under the age of 10 were found dead at the 4900 block of Pearl Street, according to KCNC. Police described the incident as an apparent…

Cancer rates decline in African-American men although racial disparities remain

A new joint report from multiple health agencies said that U.S. cancer deaths among African-American men have declined, but that racial disparities remain. According to CNN, the widest gap in treatment and survival rates occurs with cancers which are found through routine screenings such as breast, prostate and colorectal cancer,…

Legal gun owner arrested for chambering round at Connecticut Chuck E. Cheese

A Connecticut woman was arrested at the children’s restaurant Chuck E. Cheese in Newington on Monday after she was accused of pulling her gun and chambering a round while threatening another mother. According to Newington police, 30-year-old Tawana Bourne brandished a .380 semi-automatic handgun and chambered a round while arguing…

‘Dr. Ruth’ and Neil DeGrasse Tyson settle the question of ‘Does size matter?’

In a meeting of scientific minds, astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson hosted sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer on his “Star Talk” podcast, and what started as a viewer’s question about the former planet Pluto segued into a topic firmly in Westheimer’s wheelhouse. “Concerning Pluto’s planetary status, does size really matter?”…

Soledad O’Brien shames Perkins for defending gay scout ban with homosexuality-pedophilia link

CNN host Soledad O’Brien on Wednesday told Family Research Council President Tony Perkins that he could be “on the wrong side of history” after he defended the Boy Scouts’ ban on LGBT members by suggesting that homosexuals were more likely to be pedophiles. As the Boy Scouts of American national…

‘Hotel Hell’ manager now a Guantanamo prison supervisor

The man in charge of the Pentagon office that runs the military tribunal at the Guantanamo Bay prison was once featured on a Fox reality show that highlighted his mismanagement of an upstate New York hotel. According to The Huffington Post, John Imhof, current head of the Office of Military…

Lawrence O’Donnell airs greatest hits of ‘big Dick Morris’ after Fox News drops him

MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell on Tuesday recalled some of Dick Morris’ most ridiculous statements as Fox News announced that he would no longer be appearing on the network. Earlier in the day, a spokesman for Fox News had told Deadline that Morris’ “contract is up and we will not be…

Colbert reexamines his bias against hatchet-wielding hitchhikers

The curious case of a homeless Californian called Kai, Stephen Colbert said Tuesday, was cause for him to rethink his longstanding prejudice against ax-wielding hitchhikers. Kai’s story of impromptu heroism has become an online hit after his colorful interview with KMPH-TV last week, in which he explained how he saved…

Jon Stewart mocks Republican’s transparently Orwellian rebranding

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart ripped into Republicans for attempting obscure their political philosophy by changing the language they use. Conservative strategist Frank Luntz, for instance, has called on Republican candidates to “adjust” their “language errors.” “See, Republicans aren’t bullshitting you, they’re adjusting language…

Karl Rove: ‘God bless President Obama’ for killing U.S. citizen al-Awlaki

Republican strategist Karl Rove ripped the media on Tuesday for attacking Bush administration officials who justified the use of torture. He also praised President Barack Obama for using drone strikes to kill suspected terrorists, including U.S. citizens. The former Bush adviser said on Fox News that officials like Alberto Gonzales,…

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