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Louisiana governor: I’ve got no problem with creationism in public schools

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) on Friday said he had no problem with creationism being taught in public schools. During an interview with NBC host Hoda Kotb, Jindal said students should be taught “the best science” in public schools, but implied that teaching creationism would not interfere with that. “We…

Reports of explosions at the Boston Marathon

FULL STORY: Three dead and over 100 injured in terrifying Boston Marathon bombing Multiple reports on Monday said there were one or more explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line, near Copley Square. Photos posted to Twitter showed a large fiery explosion reaching as high as two stories. Two massive…

Oregon 9-year-old killed by security guard practicing holstering weapon

Authorities in Oregon are considering whether to charge an off-duty security guard who accidentally shot and killed his girlfriend’s 9-year-old daughter while practicing drawing his weapon. Oregon City police spokesperson Lt. Jim Band said that 32-year-old Joseph Wade Wolters was at home on Sunday prepping for his new job as…

Free fried chicken is latest in trend of restaurant offers to gun-toting customers

A Louisiana fried chicken joint has joined a trend of restaurants across the country offering free food or discounts to customers who agree to bring their guns to dinner — but is it turning off other patrons? Randal Neel, the owner of Chicken Express in Bossier City, told KLVT that…

Tucker Carlson denies working for Fox News when caught fly fishing in Central Park

Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson had his peaceful fly fishing outing in New York City’s Central Park interrupted over the weekend by contributor to Howard Stern’s show. The Hollywood Reporter on Monday reported that Joey Boots posted video of his confrontation with Carlson that first seemed like it could become…

90-year-old woman freaks out over next generation virtual reality goggles

In a video published to YouTube on Sunday by game developer Matt Rix, his 90-year-old grandmother tries out a cutting edge new display technology called the Oculus Rift, which combines stereoscopic 3D imaging and extremely precise head tracking to produce a stunning virtual reality effect. And as you can see…

Authorities find ‘strong evidence’ linking former judge to Texas prosecutor murders

Former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace Eric Williams, 46, was arrested Saturday after authorities discovered what they’re calling “strong evidence” linking him to the killings of two Kaufman County prosecutors and the district attorney’s wife. Williams was the first person authorities publicly acknowledged questioning in the murder investigation, which…

George Will: ‘Conservatism begins with facing facts’

Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday told Republicans that they should get behind immigration reform because “conservatism begins with facing facts.” During a panel segment on ABC’s This Week, Will said that he understood immigration reform opponents — like Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions (R) — who think allowing a path…

For hundreds of years, Japan’s cherry blossoms have symbolized life and death

Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Washington, D.C., shot and edited by Cindy Huang. After a chilly start to spring on the East Coast, cherry trees are in full bloom in Washington, D.C. But the trees’ pink and white blossoms are not just beautiful. They’ve been an evolving symbol of……

Rep. Stockman floats new slogan: ‘If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted’

Rep. Steve Stockman believes that giving guns to fetuses could completely change the abortion debate. In a message posted to the congressman’s campaign Twitter account on Thursday night, Stockman wrote, “Our campaign bumper sticker: If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted.” The image of a bumper sticker with the…

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