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Violence rocks Cairo for third straight day

CAIRO — Clashes between Egyptian troops and protesters rocked central Cairo Sunday in a third straight day of violence that has left 10 people dead and damaged a world-famous historic library. Some 500 people have also been wounded in the street battles outside parliament and the government’s offices where protesters…

Jay Smooth: ‘Until Abortion Ends’ campaign is a joke

New York hip-hop DJ Jay Smooth has a pretty low opinion of the anti-abortion campaign “Until Abortion Ends,” which encourages young people to give something up until women can no longer access safe abortion procedures. In a new video published to YouTube, he seems confused at the things people are…

New ad paints Elizabeth Warren as tough political outsider

Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren released her second video advertisement on Monday, which portrays her as a “gutsy” political outsider with “fresh ideas.” “I have not been a politician for the last 21 years,” she says at an event in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston in the two-minute YouTube…

YouTube remake spotlights TV-style channels

SAN BRUNO, California — YouTube on Thursday unveiled a major redesign that showcases television-style channels and promises slicker integration with other Google online properties. “We are trying hard to marry the best of TV and the best of online,” YouTube vice president of product development Shishir Mehrotra said while providing…

British woman arrested for racist rant on tram

A 34-year-old woman has been arrested by the British Transport Police after a video surfaced of her berating ethic minorities during a tram ride, according to BBC News. In a video uploaded to YouTube on Sunday, the woman can be seen swearing at several passengers for not being British. “None…

Disney comes to YouTube

SAN FRANCISCO — Disney films were available for rent on YouTube on Wednesday in the latest bid by the Google-owned website to transform into an online stage for the gamut of digital video content. The first of hundreds of films from Disney studios including Pixar and DreamWorks joined the array…

‘Anonymous’ targets pepper-spraying policeman

The online “hacktivist” group Anonymous published the personal contact details on Monday of a California university policeman who used pepper spray on protesters, and it urged supporters to flood him with phone calls and emails. YouTube videos of Friday’s incident on the campus of theUniversity of California, Davis have gone viral and led to the suspension of the…

Half-naked man surprises Clinton in Hawaii

In probably the most light-hearted and bizarre video of the week, a half-naked, torch carrying man ran by Secretary of State Hilary Clinton during a photo op in Hawaii. The mysterious individual was only wearing a piece of loin cloth when he ran behind Clinton. The former First Lady reacted…

Watch: Police make violent arrests during ‘Occupy Wall St.’ eviction

New York City police once again acted aggressively towards Occupy Wall Street protesters, using pepper spray and tear gas as they made rough arrests early Tuesday morning at Zuccotti Park. Protesters locked arms in the park and chanted “Shame on you” as police yelled “Back the fuck up” in return.…

Homeless man explains how ‘Occupy Atlanta’ got him off crack

“Occupy Atlanta” may have been displaced from its original location by Mayor Kasim Reed, but that hasn’t stopped the portests from having an impact on people’s lives. In a video released Wednesday from RollingOut.com, a homeless man explains how “Occupy Atlanta” has completely changed his life. “They’ve help me stop…

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