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Police arrest Connecticut Catholic school teacher for growing marijuana

Police in Hartford, Connecticut arrested a Catholic school teacher and his wife Tuesday evening for allegedly growing marijuana out of their backyard, according to The Hartford Courant.

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Protesters yell at JPMorgan CEO Dimon: 'Stop the foreclosures now!'

A group of protesters wanted to make sure that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon was personally aware of their anger at him, so they confronted him directly before he testified at a Senate Committee Banking hearing on Wednesday morning.

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Texas town decides election by roll of the dice

One Texas town made a notable headline Tuesday evening, when it decided who would be its newest council member by the simple roll of a dice.

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Colbert: Romney may tie his horse onto the roof of his car like his dog

Stephen Colbert analyzed a story going under the radar Tuesday evening, in which a horse co-owned by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's wife Ann is could be going to the Olympics after placing third in the national trials.

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Stewart calls out 'Mr. Clean impersonator' Rick Scott for voter purging

Jon Stewart delighted in poking fun at Florida Governor Rick Scott's controversial voter purging campaign Tuesday evening, calling him a "Mr. Clean impersonator" and the former lead singer of the Australian rock group Midnight Oil.

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Hayes: Romney prefers tattooing the unemployment rate ‘on his forehead’ to saying anything

MSNBC weekend host Chris Hayes explicitly explained Tuesday afternoon how Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney would prefer if he could to remain quiet and say nothing all the way to the November election.

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Massachusetts town fines people $20 for cursing

The town of Middleboro, Massachusetts will attempt to become arguably America's number one destination for the fewest foul mouths, as it passed a proposal from the town's police to impose a $20 fine on public profanity.

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Ingraham: Principal who banned 'God Bless the USA' is part of 'angry left'

Conservative fireband Laura Ingraham labeled controversial black principal Greta Hawkins, who barred "God Bless the USA" from her school's kindergarden graduation in Brooklyn, New York, as a member of the "angry left" Tuesday morning.

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Colbert: 'What in the world does a nun know about sex?'

Stephen Colbert took some time Tuesday evening to discuss the growing rift between the Vatican and American Catholic nuns, including a new book by a nun named Sister Margaret Farley that discusses sex.

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Stewart marks birth of political gaffes with the ‘Circle of Life’

The Daily Show's John Stewart focused Monday evening on the media's obsession with presidential campaign gaffes Monday evening, especially analyzing the aftermath of the latest notable "gaffe" in President Barack Obama's "private sector is fine" quote.

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Brooklyn black elementary principal received racist emails

An unpopular black elementary public school principal in Brooklyn, New York received a barrage of racist hate mail delivered to her over the past weeks, according to The New York Daily News Sunday evening.

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Los Angeles police find possible lungs on street

A group of Los Angeles police may have come up with one of the more bizarre findings ever, allegedly locating a pair of lungs on a sidewalk Sunday evening.

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Florida man sets woman on fire at 7-Eleven

A woman in Boynton Beach, Florida was set on fire early Monday morning by a man at a local 7-Eleven gas station, according to WPTV-TV.

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Krugman: Obama 'screwed up' the 'private sector is fine' line

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman calmly criticized President Barack Obama Monday morning for his much discussed "Private sector is doing fine" quote.

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Trumka: Walker only won the chance to finish his term

AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka poured some cold water on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's recall election victory Sunday morning, mentioning all the stops the Republican had to do to keep his job.

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