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‘Naked caveman’ spotted in Texas canyon

City officials in El Paso, Texas are investigating reports of a “naked caveman” who told KVIA-TV he had been living on a state park for three years. The unidentified man, who refused to give his name, told the station Sunday (Language NSFW) he had been “surviving” in Franklin Mountain State…

Watch live: Obama campaigns in Iowa after second debate

President Obama delivers remarks at a grassroots event in Mount Vernon, Iowa, at Cornell College’s Richard and Norma Small Multi-Sport Center. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Oct. 17. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

‘CEO’ of maxi-pad company personally responds to man’s complaint

The British maxi-pad company Bodyform has released a video responding to a Facebook user’s sarcastic rant.  The ad features an actress playing the company’s CEO, who apologizes to the man for the company’s allegedly misleading advertising. On October 8, Richard Neill wrote on Bodyform’s Facebook page, “Hi, as a man…

Green Party candidate: Police handcuffed me to a chair for eight hours

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein said Wednesday police handcuffed her to a chair during her eight-hour imprisonment following her arrest outside the second presidential debate. “For most of the time it was just [running mate] Cheri Honkala and myself,” Stein told Democracy Now anchor Amy Goodman. “Yet they…

Rep. Gohmert: ‘Slavery was a blot’ but U.S. is worse off now

Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert says “slavery was a blot” on the United States but the country is actually a lot worse off now because people are “openly rebelling” against God. During a Tuesday conference call supporting Vision America Pastor Rick Scarborough’s plan for 40 days of prayer asking God…

Crowley refuses to backtrack as Romney surrogate says fact check ‘not your place’

CNN host Candy Crowley on Wednesday stood her ground and refused to backtrack as a surrogate for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney insisted that she had been “wrong” to fact check the GOP hopeful’s claim that President Barack Obama had not referred to the attacks in Libya as “acts of…

Saints superfan sues NFL for $5 million after string of losses

Stinging from his favorite football team’s mostly awful season so far, New Orleans Saints superfan David Mancina decided to take matters into his own hands. In NOLA-speak, he’s gone and sued dat. In a class action lawsuit filed this week, first spotted by The Times-Picayune, Mancina calls for other Saints…

Watch live: Clinton and Bloomberg dedicate Four Freedoms Park

President Bill Clinton, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Tom Brokaw attend a dedication ceremony for the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island in New York. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Oct. 17. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Soledad O’Brien asks for ‘vodka tonic’ after Sununu calls her an Obama ‘groupie’

CNN host Soledad O’Brien found herself needing a drink on Wednesday after former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu told her that she worked for the Obama “groupie channel” because she refused to back down on CNN’s fact check of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney during the prior night’s debate. Sununu,…

Colbert asks viewers to ‘save’ Paul Ryan with ‘the photo ops he desperately needs’

Unlike his Daily Show counterpart Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert insisted there was “nothing to see” Tuesday regarding Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) Ohio soup kitchen dust-up. “Ryan’s town hall ran a little late, so he missed homeless breakfast,” Colbert said. “What’s he supposed to do — charity on the needy’s schedule?”…

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