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Texas store owner guns down man who tries to leave without paying for beer

A Texas store owner was charged with murder over the weekend after he fatally shot a man who was allegedly walking out without paying for beer. According to Corpus Christi police, the unnamed 39-year old victim was shot multiple times — including at least one blast to the head —…

Dying teen’s request changes finale of ‘Breaking Bad’

If you were surprised by the return of two early characters in the final episodes of Breaking Bad, there’s a 16-year-old superfan to thank. California teen Kevin Cordasco requested to know more about the characters after meeting with the AMC show’s creator and stars after he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma,…

Republican rep. demands background checks for Obamacare but opposes them for guns

A Republican lawmaker who has called background checks on guns a “knee-jerk reaction” to mass shootings slammed President Barack Obama’s health care reform law on Sunday for not providing background checks on the workers hired as “Navigators” to help Americans understand the law. Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) told MSNBC’s Alex…

CBS host embarrasses Rand Paul over simplistic view of Congress: ‘It’s more complicated’

CBS host Bob Schieffer on Sunday was forced to explain to Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) that his plan to keep the government from shutting down in the next 48 hours would not work because he had a simplistic view about the way Congress functioned. With a government shutdown looming, Schieffer…

Krugman schools Bill Kristol for basing shutdown threat on ‘policy ignorance’

Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Sunday told Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol that his argument over why President Barack Obama’s health care reform law should be delayed was based on “policy ignorance.” During a panel discussion on ABC News, Kristol predicted that if the president refused to delay the…

Cruz: Killing Obamacare for one year is ‘the essence of a compromise’

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Sunday asserted that the Republican threat to shutdown the government if President Barack Obama’s health care reform law was not delayed for at least one year was the “essence of a compromise.” During an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press, host David Gregory noted that…

Sen. Kaine frustrates Fox News’ anti-Obamacare segment by repeatedly bringing up GOP’s shutdown threat

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) on Sunday frustrated Fox News host Chris Wallace by interrupting a segment slamming President Barack Obama’s health care reform law by reminding him that Republicans in Congress wanted to shutdown the government if the law was not defunded. Wallace began the segment on Fox News Sunday…

Goodwill backs away from theft charges against employee helping poor customers

A teenage clerk at a south Florida Goodwill no longer faces grand theft charges after being fired and arrested for giving deep discounts to needy shoppers. Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida announced Friday that it would no longer be pursuing charges against Andrew Anderson, 19. Anderson, a clerk at the…

‘Big Tex’ is back: Texas state fair unveils world’s largest mechanical talking cowboy

They could rebuild him. They had the technology and the capability to build the world’s biggest mechanical talking Texan cowboy After a fire last year destroyed one of the Lone Star State’s most iconic images, the annual State Fair of Texas in Dallas opened this week with a brand new…

Sanders’ epic Senate rant shames ‘right-wing extremists’ for shutdown threat

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Friday tore into what he called “extreme right-wing Republicans” for threatening to shut down the government and default on the nation’s debts if President Barack Obama’s health care reform law was not defunded. In a speech on the Senate floor, Sanders said that he welcomed…

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