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South Carolina teacher suspended for stomping on an American flag

A teacher in Chapin, South Carolina was suspended this week after students said that during a lesson about symbols, he took an American flag and put it on the floor, then stomped on it. Students said they weren’t sure what the point of the demonstration was, according to WISTV 10…

Watch the Oscar nominations live

Watch a live broadcast of the Oscars nominations here, starting at 8:30 a.m. EST. This video was published to YouTube on Thursday, January 10, 2013.…

Fears for a dozen killer whales trapped in Canada ice

Twelve killer whales could be in imminent danger after getting trapped by ice in the Hudson Bay off the shore of northern Quebec, the Canadian broadcaster reported. Video posted on the CBC website showed the giant sea mammals taking turns to breathe by popping up through a small patch of…

MSNBC analyst: Bachmann on Intel committee ‘an embarrassment to the U.S.’

MSNBC political analyst Karen Finney blasted House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) for keeping Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on the House Intelligence Committee. Bachmann will remain on the committee that oversees intelligence operations, even though Boehner admitted last year it was “pretty dangerous” for her to accuse Huma Abedin, deputy chief…

Progressive warns of ‘nuclear war’ if Democrats back safety net cuts

Progressive activists fired a shot across the bow of congressional Democrats on Wednesday, warning them to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid or face a primary challenge. Adam Green, the co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, said Democrats would face a “nuclear war on the left” if they supported…

San Diego panda cub to make public debut Thursday

Officials at the San Diego Zoo gave members of the media a sneak peek at Xiao Liwu, the zoo’s “rambunctious” 5-month-old panda.  According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the cub will make his  public debut on Thursday, when zoo-goers can visit the zoo’s outdoor den from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.…

Christian TV ‘prophet’: Long-lasting shoes are proof of supernatural miracles from God

Most Americans probably think that companies like Vibram and Dow Chemical are responsible for the technology behind long-lasting shoes, but self-proclaimed prophet Cindy Jacobs is asserting that durable kicks are really a “supernatural” miracle from God. During the Tuesday episode of God Know, Jacobs advised viewers to gather provisions for…

North Carolinians rescue cow from frozen pool

A group of neighbors in North Carolina managed to rescue an 800-pound cow from a frozen backyard pool this week after the cow wandered from its pasture several miles away. The emergency call came in Monday afternoon in Rutherford County, when Linda Lewis discovered the cow “drowning in my pool,”…

New technology has touchscreens sprouting physical buttons

A new technology shown off at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas enables regular touch screens to sprout actual, physical buttons. Developed by a company called Tactus, it works by manipulating a transparent fluid inside the screen and causing it to press up against a top polymer layer,…

California woman arrested over toddler’s chili powder death

A 21-year-old Apple Valley, California woman was arrested Monday on charges that she used chili powder to punish a 2-year-old girl who was pronounced dead after suffering a seizure. Amanda Sorensen, the girlfriend of the child’s father, allegedly fought with her significant other “like crazy,” according to a neighbor who…

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