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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

'Chiraq': Chicago Becoming More Dangerous Than Terror-Torn Iraq

During the first two weeks of nice temperatures in Chicago this year--which included Easter weekend--the city was beset with some 100 shootings with nearly a dozen dead. This intense violence has earned the Windy City a brand new nickname bestowed by its own citizens: "Chiraq." Apr 23, 2014 7:29 AM PT

MSNBC's Chris Hayes: Preventing Global Warming Is Like Freeing Slaves

In The Nation magazine MSNBC host Christopher Hayes spent thousands of words and four web pages explaining how those working at preventing global warming are somehow just like the abolitionists who fought to free the slaves just prior to the American Civil War. Apr 23, 2014 7:06 AM PT

Experts: Jet Wheel Well Stowaway Story Is Suspect

The story of a California teen who stowed away in the wheel well of of a 767 jet liner and flew all the way to Hawaii has raised the eyebrows of experts who think the whole story is unlikely to be true. Apr 22, 2014 2:33 AM PT

Chicago Violence Grows: 9 Killed, 36 Shot over Easter Weekend

The warm weather has finally arrived for Chicago with two recent weekends featuring moderate temperatures. While the warm weather is great for those out jogging and enjoying the Lake Shore, it isn't so great for crime as shootings soar. Just over the Eater weekend, 9 were killed and another 35 shot in gang violence. Apr 21, 2014 2:15 PM PT

Obama Passes on Keystone Decision Once Again, Democrats Left Scrambling

Once again President Obama has bowed to his environmentalist supporters and passed on making a decision for or against the Keystone XL Pipeline. But the President's refusal to make a decision has left several Democrats running for re-election stammering to explain to constituents why thousands of new jobs are still in limbo. Apr 20, 2014 3:15 AM PT

Chicago Police Accused of Cooking Lower Crime Stats

A loud debate about crime statistics is taking place in Chicago as 2014 gets underway. The Police Department is claiming that it has helped lower crime, as statistics are down all across the board over last year. Apr 20, 2014 3:09 AM PT

Documents: Bill Clinton Feared Hillarycare Would Cause People to Lose Insurance

As the nation awaits Hillary Clinton's decision of whether or not she will run for president in 2016, a cache of 7,500 pages of newly released documents from Bill Clinton's years in the White House show some familiar political themes. One revelation is that Bill Clinton worried that a massive new healthcare scheme would cause Americans to lose their insurance. Apr 19, 2014 10:19 AM PT

Report: Hillary Clinton Accused GOP Staffers of Colluding with 'Extremists' on Internet

Just ahead of a possible Hillary run for the presidency, the Clinton Library released a new load of documents from President Bill Clinton’s years in the White House. One of those documents attempts to explain Hillary's "vast right-wing conspiracy" claim in which the Clinton administration accused Republican staffers of colluding with "extremists" on the Internet to hurt the Clintons. Apr 19, 2014 7:45 AM PT


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