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December 3, 2014

This may be the cruelest joke ever: Man pretends to kill his own son

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This may be the cruelest joke ever played on any mother. What would you do if someone did this to you?

NFL’s Darnell Dockett under fire for creepy Malia Obama Instagram post

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The Arizona Cardinals’ Darnell Dockett isn’t laughing now after receiving backlash for posting a photo of 16-year-old Malia Obama’s backside on Instagram with disturbing comments. The photo was originally posted by a user with the handle “dreday_4″ with the caption, “When her prom?” The 33-year-old Dockett apparently thought this was funny and left an “Omgggg” comment on that photo before he decided to post the photo on his own Instagram account….

Memphis police officer suspended for appearing in local rap video

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A memphis police officer has been relieved of duty while the police department investigates her involvement in a local rapper’s music video. Officer Paris Glass can apparently be seen in the YouTube music video for “What’s Up B****” in the background. The rapper, P. London, tells WMC-TV that Glass was not originally meant to be in the video and that her inclusion was an editing mistake. The music video has been removed…

Gabrielle Union reveals Prince sends house party invites via text

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Gabrielle Union sat down with Jimmy Fallon Monday night on the Tonight Show to promote her new film, Top Five. During her interview, Union opened up about her wedding to NBA baller Dwyane Wade, saying her favorite part of the wedding was a dance-off, which she described as You Got Served Part 8. The Being Mary Jane star later talked about partying with music legend, Prince. She revealed that she often…

Seth Moulton’s mission

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When Seth Moulton, the veteran of four tours of duty in the Iraq war and three Harvard degrees, launched his upstart campaign against nine-term Democratic incumbent congressman John Tierney in Massachusetts’ 6th District, he made a lot of familiar promises – he wasn’t going to become a Washington fixture; he was running to do things rather than be somebody; he wanted to shake up the system. But unlike so many…

The new GOP divide

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Two years ago, Bobby Jindal was pushing a state law to adapt national curriculum standards to local schools; today, not only is the Louisiana governor suing the federal government to stop Common Core — or “ObamaCore,” as many Republicans have taken to calling it — but most prospective Republican presidential candidates, except Jeb Bush, have reversed themselves. Likewise, two years ago, almost all GOP leaders were unified against gay marriage,…

Republicans ready to vote

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The House will vote this week on a symbolic immigration bill and then take up a two-part government funding bill next week — a package Republican leaders believe will prevent a government shutdown. Speaker John Boehner announced the plan in a closed party meeting Tuesday morning. While some House conservatives will vote against the plan, GOP leadership aides and senior lawmakers believe they can get enough votes to clear the…