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Senior citizens busted in N. Carolina, accused of dealing heroin

Three elderly women were arrested recently in Brunswick County, North Carolina and charged with dealing heroin — and shockingly, that’s a “growing trend,” according to an undercover officer who spoke to The Charlotte Observer. All three women are in their 60s or 70s. This video is from NBC affiliate WCNC…

Huckabee’s ‘history’ cartoon teaches kids to idolize Reagan

Former Republican Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is hoping to earn a few extra bucks by teaching children his own special view of history. The Fox News host has launched a series of cartoons that he hopes will correct the “blame America first” attitude. “When it comes to American history, our…

Bradley Manning activist sues feds over confiscated laptop, electronics

A computer expert and vocal supporter of Pfc. Bradley Manning has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government over the seizure of his laptop and other electronic equipment by federal agents. David House, 23, was returning to the U.S. on Nov. 23, 2010, after a vacation to Mexico, when all…

Bush was ‘eating souffle’ when Obama called with bin Laden news

WASHINGTON — Former US president George W. Bush praised the mission to eliminate Osama bin Laden as a “good call” but was “not overjoyed” by the news, ABC News reported Friday. ABC said Bush told an audience this week that he received word that his successor President Barack Obama wanted…

Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl (D) will retire in 2012

WASHINGTON – Democrat Herb Kohl of Wisconsin announced Friday that he will not seek reelection to a fifth term in the U.S. Senate, saying that it’s “time for someone else to serve.” Kohl, 76, was first elected to the Senate in 1988, and serves as chairman of the Senate Special…

Former Blackwater officials form corporate spying group

The people that operated Blackwater and the military’s pre-9/11 data mining operation Able Danger have a new project: corporate spying services for Fortune 500 companies. Their new company is called Jellyfish Intelligence. “Our organization is not going to be controversial,” Jellyfish CEO and former Blackwater senior executive Keith Mahoney insisted.…

Update: Jon Stewart accepts Bill O’Reilly’s challenge to a debate over rapper Common

Update: Politico is now reporting that Stewart has agreed to appear with O’Reilly on Monday. Reacting to Jon Stewart’s fierce takedown of Fox News’s attacks on rapper Common, opinion host Bill O’Reilly challenged The Daily Show‘s patron to a debate on the conservative channel. Yes, this means their manufactured controversy…

Obama staff calls Justin Bieber to arrange meeting with 9/11 victim’s daughter

ABC News has confirmed that President Obama asked the White House staff to call teen idol Justin Bieber last week, asking the singer to meet with 14-year-old Payton Wall, who lost her father on 9/11. Wall, who was four years old on the day of the attacks, was the daughter…

More than 80 threats made against Wisc. governor and other elected officials

Wisconsin law enforcement officials have made public 128 pages of documents detailing threats against Governor Scott Walker and other state officials. The documents, reported first by the Wisconsin State Journal, cover 78 closed cases of threats made as a result of Walker’s controversial bill limiting the collective bargaining rights of…

Olbermann accuses Ed Schultz of trying to ‘silence’ Michael Moore on bin Laden

Keith Olbermann defended Michael Moore against former MSNBC colleague Ed Schultz, who criticized the filmmaker’s misgivings about the killing of Osama bin Laden. “I believe, with great regret, that the pragmatic circumstances of keeping Bin Laden alive outweighed, very narrowly, what Michael is addressing,” Olbermann said in a video posted…

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