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Man sucker punches public defender after getting 15-year sentence

A man in Rock Hill, South Carolina earned himself an extra six months behind bars earlier this week because he punched his own attorney after being given a 15-year sentence. Lamarcus Williamson was in handcuffs on Tuesday when the judge accepted his plea deal for robbery, drug and assault charges,…

Doocy: Lawmaker who won’t pray in public shouldn’t use money with ‘In God We Trust’

Fox News co-host Steve Doocy on Friday suggested that Pennsylvania state lawmaker Babette Josephs (D) should not use U.S. currency that includes the words “In God We Trust” because she has said that she does not pray in public. During a Pennsylvania House State Government Committee meeting on Wednesday, Josephs…

Watch live: Romney campaigns at construction equipment company in Virginia

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaigns at Carter Machinery in Abingdon, Virginia. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Oct. 5. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Santorum suggests ‘eating’ Big Bird: ‘You can kill things and still like them’

Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Thursday suggested that Big Bird’s death at the hands of GOP hopeful Mitt Romney didn’t have to be in vain because the Sesame Street character could be suitable for “eating.” During Wednesday night’s presidential debate Romney had told moderator Jim Lehrer, “I like…

Romney surrogate claims ‘Etch A Sketch’ lying is ‘good campaign tactics’

Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) admitted to CNN’s Soledad O’Brien on Friday that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is in fact changing his position on numerous issues just to pick up skeptics in the political center, adding that lying to voters is so “typical” for Republicans and Democrats that he sees…

Watch live: Obama campaigns at George Mason University

President Obama campaigns in Fairfax, Virginia, at the George Mason University Center for the Arts. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Oct. 5. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Mass. gov.: Brown a ‘Bay State birther’ for attacking Warren’s heritage

The governor of Massachusetts is blasting Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) as a “Bay State Birther” for attacking Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren over her claim of Native American heritage. “Sen. Brown has turned into a Bay State birther for goodness sake,” Deval Patrick told WCVB’s On the Record. “And it…

Actress Daryl Hannah arrested for physically blocking Keystone XL construction

Actress Daryl Hannah, a longtime Texan and star of such films as “Kill Bill,” “Blade Runner” and “Splash,” was arrested Thursday night in the east Texas town of Winnsboro as she helped a neighbor physically block heavy construction equipment from continuing to build the trans-continental Keystone XL pipeline. Hannah, 51,…

Teen denied Eagle Scout for disobeying ‘duty to God’ by being gay

The Boy Scouts of America on Thursday said that they had denied a gay California teen Eagle Scout honors because he had not lived up to the principle of “duty to God” with his sexual orientation. The Scoutmaster for Troop 212 in Moraga decided that Ryan Andresen was “no longer…

Colbert: Lying worked for Romney, so f*&k it

On Thursday night’s edition of “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert broke down former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)’s performance at Wednesday night’s presidential debate, saying that of course the governor excelled at a debate that was squarely in his area of expertise, “soul-crushing boredom.” “The first half hour was an…

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