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Australia police serve court order via Facebook

SYDNEY (AFP) – Australian police served a court order on an alleged cyber bully using the social networking site Facebook, officials said Wednesday, describing it as a national first. Victoria police got court approval to use the site after attempts to serve the order in person, over the telephone or…

Fox News host sort of apologizes for claiming ‘all terrorists are Muslims’

Brian Kilmeade, the co-host of Fox News’ Fox & Friends, apologized Monday for claiming that “all terrorists are Muslims.” Kilmeade said the statement was made in regards to a debate that occurred on NBC’s The View, where his colleague, Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly, claimed he opposed the construction of…

FBI warned years in advance of Mumbai attacker’s terror ties

NBC news reports that US officials were warned not once but twice about a US businessman who was planning to launch terrorist attacks against targets in Mumbai. But unlike the first warning, the second was never passed on to the FBI. The second warning, which came from David Coleman Headley’s…

4 dead, including child, 1 hurt in Boston shooting

Police: Toddler among 4 dead, another person injured in early morning Boston shooting An early morning shooting in Boston left a toddler and three others dead, and a fifth person was hospitalized and not expected to survive, police said Tuesday. There have been no arrests, and police have asked for…

Rove challenges Palin to campaign for O’Donnell in person

Rove: O’Donnell should explain ‘dabbling’ in witchcraft Republican strategist Karl Rove is calling for Sarah Palin to prove her political prowess by showing up in person in Delaware to support Tea Party favorite Christine O’Donnell. Rove told Fox News’ Chris Wallace Sunday that if Palin wants to run for president…

Rogue Arizona sheriff refuses to comply with Feds

Sheriff Joe Arpaio is at it again. A lawyer for the rogue Arizona sheriff who’s staked his position as one of the most vociferous defenders of Arizona’s new draconian immigration law now says his client will not comply with a request from the Feds to turn over documents related to…

Army opens criminal probe into Afghan war files leak

The US Army opened a criminal probe Tuesday into the leak of some 90,000 classified military files on the Afghan war, the Pentagon said, naming a jailed soldier as a “person of interest.” Bradley Manning, a 22-year-old private charged in an earlier leak to WikiLeaks, was under renewed scrutiny in…

Judge hears arguments over Arizona immigration law

The Arizona immigration law came under new legal scrutiny in a packed courtroom Thursday as a federal judge considered whether the crackdown should take effect next week amid a flurry of legal challenges. Judge Susan Bolton did not issue a ruling after two court hearings stemming from lawsuits brought against…

Sherrod: Shutting down Breitbart site ‘would be a great thing’

Sherrod says she might sue Breitbart, who’s “one person I’d like to get back at, because he came at me” Former Department of Agriculture employee Shirley Sherrod, who was fired this week after conservative activist Andrew Breitbart posted a video clip which had been heavily edited to show her allegedly…

Massachusetts bans surgery that devocalizes dogs and cats

BOSTON (Reuters) – Massachusetts on Wednesday will become the first state to ban the surgery that devocalizes dogs and cats, which many animal rights advocates see as a cruel and unnecessary procedure. Under the new law, anyone in the state who cuts or removes an animal’s vocal chords for nonmedical…

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