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WATCH: How the world can save $2.9 trillion a year by eliminating waste

Jonathan T. Scott is a sustainability expert who has been educating current and future business managers for over 9 years on how their businesses can reduce waste and become more profitable. In the following video, he discusses how every component…  …

Ohio police fear 3 bodies wrapped in plastic may be serial killer’s work

The bodies of three women have been discovered in East Cleveland wrapped in plastic and placed in the fetal position, leading police to fear it may be the work of a serial killer trying to emulate a grisly series of murders committed just a few years prior. Police said they…

Naked man broke tail lights because ‘red means danger to the republic’

An Iowa City man apparently believes the old anti-communist slogan “better dead than red” applies to cars’ tail lights. Police officers on Wednesday morning responded to reports of a naked man vandalizing cars. When they arrived at the scene, they witnessed 42-year-old Sean Christopher Flaherty breaking tail lights with a…

Dana Perino: Where’s Obama speech on blacks shooting white babies in the face?

Fox News host Dana Perino on Sunday wondered why President Barack Obama would talk about how his experience as an African-American man related to the Trayvon Martin case but would not give a speech after black teens allegedly shot a white baby in the face. In remarks on Friday, the…

Steve King tells Univision host: Comparing immigrants to dogs is ‘complimentary’

Comprehensive immigration reform opponent Rep. Steve King (R-IA) on Sunday told a host of the Spanish-language network Univision that his speech comparing immigrants to hunting dogs was intended to be “complimentary.” Speaking to a crowd in Pocahontas, Iowa in 2012, King had said that the U.S. should only allow the…

Ted Cruz: A path to citizenship is ‘profoundly unfair’

Ted Cruz (R-TX) says that he opposes a path to citizenship as a part of comprehensive immigration reform because it is “profoundly unfair.” In an interview that aired on Sunday, ABC’s Jonathan Karl asked Cruz if a majority of Americans were wrong to support a path to citizenship for the…

McCain: ‘Stand your ground’ in Florida and Arizona ‘needs to reviewed’

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Sunday reacted to the acquittal of former neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman by saying that states needed to reexamine so-called “stand your ground” laws that allow the use of deadly force without a duty to retreat. The Arizona Republican praised President Barack Obama for his “impressive”…

FAA tells Colorado residents not to shoot at drones or risk fines, jail

The Federal Aviation Administration responded negatively on Friday to a proposal by the Colorado town of Deer Tail to license hunters to shoot down drones. In a statement, it warned that anyone shooting at either a manner or unmanned aircraft “could result in criminal or civil liability,” according to the…

Woman dies in fall from Six Flags Over Texas roller coaster

Onlookers were horrified Friday night when a woman fell to her death from one of the tallest roller coasters in the world at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas. According to CBS News, investigators are trying to determine whether safety workers at the ride failed to properly secure the…

Special police try to keep tourists, indigent people out of miles of Paris’s famous catacombs

Underneath the city of Paris, there are 170 miles of caves and tunnels, mostly remnants of old stone quarries that date back to the Roman era, but also abandoned sewers and even newer tunnels. Like many urban undergrounds, the catacombs are home to indigent Parisians and attractive to graffiti artists,…

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