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Fox News hosts mock U.S. Olympic team for looking French

The morning troupe at Fox & Friends took a few moments out of reporting news stories on Wednesday to, strangely enough, mock the U.S. Olympic team. Reacting to an opening ceremony uniform by U.S. fashion designer Ralph Lauren, co-host Steve Doocy asked why they’re wearing berets instead of baseball caps or…

Indiana man guilty of driving drunk with kids strapped to car hood

A man from Fort Wayne, Indiana has pleaded guilty to driving drunk while four children were strapped to the hood of his car. The manager of Belmont Beverage called police when he noticed yellow tow straps securing the children to the hood of Aaron Stefanski’s white sedan. Court documents showed…

Judge approves rooftop Olympic missiles for London apartment building

A High Court judge has ruled that the British army will be allowed to install high-velocity missiles on the roof of a high-rise building to provide security during the London Olympics later this month. Tenants in the Fred Wigg Tower public housing project had argued that the missile installations endangered…

Woman dubbed ‘vodka mom’ by Nancy Grace dies after setting self on fire

A woman who was dubbed “vodka mom” by CNN Headline News Network host Nancy Grace has died after setting herself on fire in her mother’s Cottage Grove, MN back yard, according to Minneapolis-St. Paul Fox affiliate station KMSP. Toni Medrano accidentally smothered her newborn son last November after drinking a…

Florida teen loses arm in alligator attack

A 17-year-old Florida teenager has lost his right arm after being attacked by an alligator, according to Tampa’s WTSP, CBS Channel 10. Kaleb Langdale, also known as “Fred,” was swimming in the Caloosahatchee River in Moore Haven, Florida with friends when the alligator swam at him, seized his arm and…

Futurist Ray Kurzweil discusses his quest for immortality

Futurist and inventor Ray Kurzweil recently sat down with Paul Solman of PBS to explain why he believes he has a good chance of living forever. Based on Moore’s law — a surprisingly consistent doubling in computing power every 18 to 24 months — Kurzweil predicts that by 2029 humanity…

MIT professor warns of ‘enormous disruption’ from rapid technological growth

MIT Sloan School of Management Professor Erik Brynjolfsson on Monday warned that technological advancements were displacing workers at an ever growing rate. “Technology’s always been creating jobs, it’s always been destroying jobs,” he told Current TV host Eliot Spitzer. “Ninety percent of Americans used to work on farms in 1800.…

Detroit woman accidentally shot while hugging police officer

A Detroit woman who was celebrating her 25th birthday was accidentally shot at party over the weekend when she hugged an off-duty police officer, causing his firearm to discharge. Authorities said that a bullet pierced Adaisha Miller’s heart and lung after she hugged an officer from behind while she was…

Utah mayor puts fate of his amazing mustache in hands of the voters

Mayor Dan Snarr of Murray, Utah loves his perfect handlebar mustache, but his wife thinks it’s gone too far and should be trimmed back. “I’m a little bit different, a little bit strange. I admit it,” Snarr says. He told the Los Angeles Times that his love of handlebar mustaches…

Doctors remove ‘parasitic twin’ from Ethiopian girl’s body

A 17-year-old girl in Ethiopia has been given a new lease on life by doctors, who removed two additional legs and two additional arms from her body. The girl, Werkitu Dababa, had a condition called a “parasitic twin,” a very rare deformity caused by a twin sibling who does not…

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