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Two Men Found in Philly River Bound, Gagged, Stabbed; Third Man Escapes

Police in Philadelphia are investigating the case of three possible robberies that all ended with the victims being bound and gagged with duct tape, then stabbed, and finally thrown in the Schuylkill River to drown. The third victim escaped death and alerted police to the attacks. Aug 27, 2014 12:09 PM PT

IRS Ethics Lawyer Accused of Embezzlement, Might Lose Law License

A lawyer that works in the IRS ethics office faces charges that she lied to a court-appointed board looking into whether she embezzled several thousand dollars of her client's money in a case she worked as a personal injury attorney before joining the IRS. Aug 26, 2014 9:33 PM PT

Gang of Black Men Attack White Man in Mississippi, Leaving Him Brain Damaged

A white, former Marine was badly beaten and possibly left with brain damage by a crowd of racial epithet-yelling African Americans at an all-night restaurant near West Point, Mississippi apparently in retaliation for the shooting of Missouri teen Michael Brown. Police are hastening to avoid calling the attack a "hate crime." Aug 26, 2014 8:48 PM PT

Politico Editor: Islamic State 'Ain't Ten Feet Tall'

Though the Islamic State (IS) has taken nearly half of Iraq in a surprise blitzkrieg, murdered thousands, expelled Christians--who had occupied Iraq and Syria for 2,000 years--and gathered supporters and recruits from all over the world, an editor at Politico mocked those who are worried about the terror group. Aug 26, 2014 5:56 AM PT

TIME Mag Forced to Edit Israel Blood Libel from Report

Early Sunday morning it was found that Time magazine had included in one of its video reports the lie that Israeli soldiers were selling the organs of dead Palestinians on the black market. To its credit, by that afternoon the magazine had apologized and edited out the classic blood libel claim. Aug 25, 2014 2:58 PM PT

Chicago: 4 Killed, 24 Wounded; Child Shot 6 Times

Once again we see that Chicago is no Ferguson, Missouri, as the national media ignored another 30 shootings in the Windy City over the August 22 weekend. More shockingly, during the carnage several children were shot this weekend, adding to an incident earlier this week week in which a nine-year-old boy was shot six times. Aug 25, 2014 12:37 PM PT

Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson Finding Growing Support; Over $300K Raised

The community in Ferguson, Missouri, erupted in violence and riots after police officer Darren Wilson shot teenager Michael Brown. Now after weeks of his being the focus of anger, many are starting to rally to officer Wilson's defense, some even donating money to his legal expenses. In fact, his legal aid fund has now surpassed $300,000. Aug 24, 2014 4:26 PM PT

Washington Reassessing Militarized Police

The issue of militarized police forces became a focus of national debate after the response of authorities to riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and on Saturday it was announced that President Obama is launching a review of the federal program that allows used military equipment to be transferred to municipal police forces. Aug 24, 2014 2:29 PM PT

Left Media Already Claiming Racism in Ferguson Grand Jury

Because the grand jury looking into the shooting of Ferguson teen Michael Brown is 75 percent white, many on the left are already claiming that the investigation into Officer Darren Wilson's conduct in the fatal incident will not achieve "justice" for the deceased black 18-year-old. Aug 24, 2014 8:02 AM PT

NIMBY Complaints Mount against Proposal of British Solar Panel Farm

Locals Brits in rural north Allerdale are complaining about a proposed solar panel farm to be built in their neighborhood. Residents say they do not want the energy facility in their area because it will negatively affect their quality of life. Aug 23, 2014 10:40 AM PT

Global Warming 'Pause' to Last Another Decade

After constant claims that the earth had but "ten years left" before global warming would destroy us all, temperatures suddenly stopped rising in the 1990s. Now, scientists say that the "pause" in rising temperatures might last another ten years. Aug 23, 2014 9:34 AM PT


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