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Huffington Post Mum on Canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II

As the news of the canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II streamed across the world Saturday morning bringing joy to Catholics everywhere, Huffington Post found that news of "Instagram Feuds," the fact that "Miley Loves Pancakes," the tale of Bill Clinton's dieting plan, "coconut oil facts," and other such stories were far more important for readers to see on the home page than the news of the canonization of popes. Apr 27, 2014 3:22 AM PT

Penn State Alums Want Joe Paterno Statue Returned

Penn State coach Joe Paterno tumbled from his perch of high standing when he was fired after his part allegedly attempting to cover up cases of child molestation perpetrated by his former defensive coordinator. As a result of the scandal, Penn State removed a statue celebrating Paterno from in front of Beaver Stadium. But now a group of college alumni want a new statue of Paterno returned to State College. Apr 25, 2014 2:06 PM PT

Despite Russian Aggression, Liberal Thom Hartmann Still with RT

Despite what many feel is Russia's illegal attempt to annex the Crimea region of Ukraine, and in the face of condemnation from his own fans, liberal cable talk show host Thom Hartmann has refused to cut ties with the Russian-controlled cable network RT. Apr 25, 2014 1:12 PM PT

CAIR Harasses Michigan Residents Opposed to Construction of Muslim Community Center

In 2012, residents in Pittsfield Township, Michigan objected to the increased traffic and other intrusions that would have descended upon their quiet neighborhood with the construction of a massive new Muslim community center and school. But after speaking out publicly at a zoning meeting, a Muslim advocacy group is now harassing local citizens with subpoenas, demands to reveal private communications, and lawsuits. Apr 24, 2014 7:48 PM PT

Bulletproof Subway Restaurant Sign of Chicago Violence

As violence in Chicago continues to spin out of control, businesses are reacting in logical ways. A Subway sandwich shop with a bulletproof enclosure for employees, for instance, made the news in the Windy City showing that violence is affecting everyone, not just gang members. Apr 24, 2014 2:42 PM PT

Twins Mom Sees Son Hit Home Run During Birthday Interview

What could be better than having your sainted mother seeing you hit a home run as she is being interviewed on TV during her birthday? Well, Twins player Chris Colabello found out just how great that can be this week. Apr 24, 2014 2:34 PM PT

Panel Claims 9/11 Memorial Film Portrays 'All Muslims' as 'Jihadists'

An interfaith panel is protesting a short film made for New York’s 9/11 Memorial. The film explains to visitors the historical roots of the vicious attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans on September 11, 2001, but some are upset that the film portrays al-Qaeda as "Islamist extremists" and "jihadists." Apr 24, 2014 9:57 AM PT

Aborted Babies Burned for Electric Power in USA

A shocking admission from authorities in Victoria, British Columbia reveals that the remains of aborted babies are disposed of in the US and sent to a facility that burns waste to provide electric power for Oregon residents. Apr 24, 2014 7:54 AM PT

Jaguar Played Through On-Field Stroke

Football has a hard-earned reputation of players being expected to toughen up and "play through" an injury. But one NFL player went beyond the call by playing through a career-ending stroke he suffered as a result of a collision with another player. Apr 23, 2014 2:27 PM PT

Indiana Man Allegedly Spits Blood at Cops, Says 'I Have Hep C'

An Indiana man is facing a series of charges after being arrested for an early morning domestic assault. During a struggle with police, the suspect allegedly spit blood in an officer's face, informed the officer he had Hepatitis C, and then said he hoped the officer became infected. Apr 23, 2014 2:24 PM PT


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