Family questions if officer had authority to take dog A man is being held on $2,000 bond after he was accused of posting a photo on Facebook that showed him with a baby and a gun. A man who died in a climbing accident unknowingly bequeathed a valuable inheritance to his family - a rare coin struck after the ... 08/4/2014 - 12:30 pm | View Link
Questions swirl around Rep. Jackson's absence Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr., who took a leave of absence from congress last month due to unspecified "physical and mental" problems, is starting to get flack from his fellow Democrats and constituents about the secrecy surrounding his ailments. Sen. Dick ... 07/11/2012 - 3:35 am | View Link
Questions swirl around Jackson’s tie to kids LOS ANGELES — Less than a week after Michael Jackson’s sudden death, multiple reports are beginning ... “Dr. Klein is aware of media reports connecting him to Michael Jackson,” his rep, Richard L. Charnley said in a statement to Access Hollywood. 06/30/2009 - 10:46 am | View Link
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It was about a year and a half ago that Reince Priebus' Republican National Committee released its "autopsy" of the 2012 election, making hundreds of recommendations for how the party cannot suck so much. Among its recommendations were a "a $10 million marketing campaign, aimed in particular at women, minorities and gays." It suggested that "biologically stupid" remarks had hurt the party among women and that Republicans must "change their tone," Priebus said, to show "dignity and respect, that nobody deserves to have their dignity diminished." Overall the message was about being more inclusive -- not just rhetorically, but in policy prescriptions as well.
Some people believe that feminists hate men, but I'm actually pretty sure that Fox News hates men. If you were an alien and tried to learn everything you could about men exclusively by watching Fox News, you would basically think they were the worst pieces of shit ever. Earlier this week, Fox News hated men by declaring that all of them like to catcall women and that street harassment is basically in their man blood and man bones.
On Thursday, the California Legislature passed a bill requiring state universities to adopt a "yes means yes" affirmative consent policy, aimed at curbing campus sexual assaults. The new law promotes the novel idea that having sex with someone who is unconscious or otherwise unresponsive is not consensual -- a notion that has yet to be codified into law elsewhere, but which could spur a culture change across college campuses, according to the Associated Press:Sen.
One of the hallmarks of conservative commentary over the past few years has been the impressive ability of right-wing pundits to adhere to several different and contradictory caricatures of President Obama without suffering the slightest hint of cognitive dissonance. To the conservative mind, the president can be, depending on the situation, a bumbling dupe who is completely outmatched by the demands of the office (see: any foreign policy issue), or he can be a brilliantly devious schemer who delicately manipulates the machinery of government to achieve his nefarious ends (see: the IRS scandal).
In his latest column for the New York Times, award-winning economist and best-selling author Paul Krugman excoriates French President François Hollande for supporting the EU's German-led policy of economic austerity, and, in the process, "failing France [and] Europe as a whole.""François Hollande coulda been a contender," Krugman begins, nodding to the famous line delivered by Marlon Brando in Elia Kazan's "On the Waterfront" and, by implication, calling Hollande's political career kaput.
This summer, two high-profile killings of unarmed African-American males by local police, one in New York City and the other in Ferguson, Missouri, have made the issue of police accountability a national one. Often, stories about people killed by the police get reported in the local press, but they rarely pop up on the national media radar.