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3-D-printed gun available for download after firing first shots

The nonprofit group that created the world’s first 3-D-printed gun on Sunday proved that the weapon could be fired. In a YouTube video published by Defense Distributed, 3-D-printed gun creator Cody Wilson fires a single shot from “the Liberator,” which features interchangeable barrels to handle different caliber bullets. On the…

Fox News guest: Teen pregnancies should be ‘celebrated’

A regular Fox News commentator on Sunday said that teen pregnancies should be “celebrated,” and pointed to President Barack Obama’s speech to Planned Parenthood and the alleged horrific crimes of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell as part of “what’s wrong with our culture.” Fortune magazine’s Nina Easton told Fox News host…

Carville: Cruz is ‘the most talented and fearless Republican politician’ in 30 years

Democratic strategist James Carville on Sunday praised tea party-backed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as “the most talented and fearless Republican politician” in the last 30 years. In a panel discussion on Sunday, ABC News host George Stephanopoulos noted that recent news reports indicated that Cruz had been examining a possible…

Kurtz endures humiliating grilling on his own show over gay NBA player story

The tables were turned on CNN media critic Howard Kurtz on Sunday when he submitted to being grilled by two fellow media critics on his own show over a series of mistakes including false claims about a gay NBC player. The Daily Beast announced last week that it had a…

Fox News host blames mass shootings on ‘liberal Hollywood’s violent video games’

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro attacked the video game industry and privacy rights while defending the Second Amendment at the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings in Texas on Friday. She began her speech by claiming that terrorists like the Boston bombing suspects had more rights in the United States than law-abiding…

Benedict Cumberbatch discusses the isolation of playing Khan in new ‘Star Trek’

In this video from the Associated Press, stars of the new J. J. Abrams film, “Star Trek Into Darkness” discuss the film and the experience of making it at its gala premiere in London. Fans of the British TV series “Sherlock” will be excited to see this interview with Benedict…

Oklahoma man arrested in 21-year-old multiple murder case

Officials in Oklahoma have made an arrest in connection with a triple murder case dating back to 1992. According to the Associated Press, Grover J. Prewitt Jr., 60, of Bristow, Oklahoma was arrested Thursday as an accessory after the fact in the murders of Wendy Camp, 23; her daughter Cynthia…

Arizona 3-year-old fatally shoots himself in face with meth grandma’s gun

A judge in Arizona on Thursday order a 35-year-old grandmother held in lieu of $500,000 bond after she was charged in the death of her 3-year-old grandson, who allegedly shot himself in the face with her handgun. In a court appearance on Thursday, Yuma Justice of the Peace Greg Stewart…

French sheep used to mow Paris green spaces

French shepherd Gilles Amar has a novel way of earning a living as a professional landscaper. Amar himself isn’t the one cutting the grass however: his flock of sheep and goats are. Using a kind of mobile pen on wheels, Amar takes the flock grazing in Paris suburb of Bagnolet,…

Former Bush official: Syria chemical weapons could be ‘Israeli false flag operation’

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, the former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell under President George W. Bush, on Thursday warned that the chemical weapons that were reportedly used in Syria could be a “Israeli false flag operation” because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was running an “inept regime.” During…

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