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Eric Cantor Takes Job on Wall Street

Following his exit from the House , Eric Cantor has a job on Wall Street. He'll be the vice chairman and managing director of investment bank Moelis & Co, NPR reports, and he'll also serve on its board. "When I considered options for the next chapter of my career, I knew...

Bieber Arrested, Charged With Assault

Canadian police say Justin Bieber has been charged with dangerous driving and assault after a collision between a minivan and an ATV led to a physical altercation in southwestern Ontario. Ontario Provincial Police say the incident happened Friday afternoon near Bieber's hometown of Stratford and that he was released on...

Damage Unknown as Joan Rivers Brought Out of Coma

As doctors bring Joan Rivers out of a medically induced coma, there's some concern the comedian could end up "either a vegetable or in a wheelchair," the New York Daily News reports. That news has her family considering a lawsuit. Whether or not Rivers, 81, has suffered brain damage won't...

New Flight Diverted as 2 Scuffle Over Reclining Seat

Yet another plane has been diverted thanks to a squabble over a reclining seat. A Delta flight from New York City to Palm Beach was grounded yesterday after two passengers argued over a reclining seat. A fellow passenger and witness tells News4Jax : "This woman who was sitting next to me...

Here Are Brad, Angelina's Wedding Pics

Magazine cover for charity, round three? It was revealed last night that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have given photos of their wedding to People and Hello! magazines. People snagged the front of Jolie’s dress and a pic with the kids, while Hello! has a shot showing off the children’s...

Groom Hits on Pregnant Server, Brawl Ensues

A wedding bash on a Pittsburgh boat over the weekend went terribly wrong, ending with the arrests of an off-duty state trooper, a local school board member, and the groom himself, with the bride standing forlornly on the curb as they were taken away. The reported reason for the chaos:...

Does Marijuana Boost Deaths on the Road?

When it comes to the dangers of driving while high on marijuana, the data isn't entirely clear—and that's becoming more of a worry as states legalize pot, the AP reports. "Anytime a driver has their ability impaired, it is a problem," notes a boss at the Governors Highway Safety...

Pit Bull Saves Boy, 8, From Bee Swarm

Hades the pit bull is doing her part to ensure the breed's good name. When Jesse-Cole Shaver, his sister, Jasmine, and some friends were playing in the Oregon woods, someone stepped on a rotten log—and bees zoomed out to attack. Jesse-Cole, 8, was stung some 24 times, and he...

Surgeons Are the Most Accident-Prone Drivers

People who spend much of their working lives stitching up accident victims are among those most likely to cause car accidents, according to a startling new study from Britain. The analysis commissioned by financial services firm Moneysupermarket.com found that surgeons were the most likely to file an at-fault claim—...

'Space Sex' Geckos Come Back Frozen to Death

Oops. A Russian space mission meant to test the effect of weightlessness on the gecko's reproductive system didn't quite go as planned. It's not (necessarily) that the geckos weren't mating, it's that all five of them came back dead. And they weren't killed by zero gravity, but rather the satellite's...

Ashlee Simpson Marries Diana Ross Son

Just a few weeks after big sis Jessica tied the knot , Ashlee Simpson married Evan Ross Sunday, reports ETOnline . Close family and friends gathered for the private outdoor ceremony at the Connecticut estate of Diana Ross, Evan's mom, who also reportedly sang "Endless Love" to the happy couple at the...

NATO Plans 'Rapid Reaction' Force to Counter Russia

Tough talk as NATO-Russia relations continue to deteriorate: NATO leaders, who meet in the UK later this week, are planning a "rapid reaction" force that can deploy to Russia's worried Eastern European neighbors within 48 hours, reports the New York Times . The "spearhead" force would have a permanent command center...

Want to Lose Weight? Keep Eating Fats

If you're trying to lose weight on a low-fat diet and it's not working, here's why. Refined carbohydrates—found in processed foods like white breads, white rice, and pastas—tend to be loaded with sugar, which messes with our metabolisms, making it harder to burn calories. Eating nearly half your...

US Unleashed 'Earthquake' Strike on al-Shabab

The US says it carried out an operation against Islamic extremists in Somalia yesterday, but the military hasn't released other details of the strike on the al-Shabab network. "We are assessing the results of the operation and will provide additional information as and when appropriate," a Pentagon spokesman told reporters....

On Hunt for Nude-Photo Hackers: FBI, Apple, Reddit

Who is behind the huge leak of celebrities' nude photos ? The FBI says it is "addressing" the photo dump, Apple says it is "actively investigating" reports that its iCloud service was breached, the Los Angeles Times reports—and Reddit users are also on the case. Redditors have used clues...

Fast-Food Workers Plot New Strike, Civil Disobedience

As fast-food workers battle for a $15-an-hour wage, they're getting ready to strike this week—and get arrested if they have to. McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's employees are among those planning a protest on Thursday, the Chicago Tribune reports, and the effort will include broad civil disobedience, the New...

32 Teens Break Out of Tenn. Detention Center

Thirty-two teens escaped from a Nashville youth detention center around 11pm last night, and 17 are still being sought, says a rep for Tennessee's Department of Children's Services. The teens—ages 14 to 19, according to the AP —apparently crawled under a fence in the facility's yard. Two of the...

CeeLo Quits Twitter Amid Furor Over Rape Tweets

CeeLo Green's Twitter account has disappeared after a series of tweets on the definition of rape, Sky News reports. The comments came after Green pleaded no contest following an accusation that he'd slipped a woman ecstasy; his no-contest plea, however, was to voluntarily sharing ecstasy, not secretly slipping it to...

Freshwater Fueling Antarctic Sea Rise

Around 61% of the world's freshwater is locked up in Antarctic ice—but a new study warns that accelerating melting on the continent is helping push up the sea levels around it. Researchers found that between 1992 and 2011, sea levels rose more around Antarctica than in the Southern Ocean...

Saudi Cops Beat Expat Who Went to Woman Cashier

Going to the wrong cashier in Saudi Arabia can be a painful mistake. Video has surfaced of a British expatriate being beaten by religious police after mistakenly trying to pay at a women-only supermarket cash desk accompanied by his Saudi wife. Only women are allowed to pay female cashiers in...

Cops: Suspect Ate Stolen Ring

They might have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for those pesky X-rays: Police in Orem, Utah, who pulled over a man suspected of stealing a ring worth thousands of dollars last Friday eventually discovered it in his passenger's belly, reports the Deseret News . Bryan Ford, 30, and Christina...

Now Online: the Stay-at-Home Abortion

Millions of women worldwide lack access to abortion clinics, so some activists are considering a new approach: the stay-at-home abortion. Leading the charge is Dutch physician Rebecca Gomperts, whose website Women on Web receives about 2,000 requests monthly for drugs that will induce miscarriages, the New York Times Magazine...

Celeb Photo 'Hack' Really a Sex Crime

Jennifer Lawrence and the other celebrities who had their personal nude photos dumped online have not merely been "scrutinized" or "hacked"—they've been sexually violated for the whole world to see, writes Van Badham at the Guardian . As a sex crime, "it deserves the same social and legal punishment as...

Marines Helicopter Crashes With 25 on Board

Close call in the Arabian Sea: A group of 17 Marines and eight Navy sailors avoided serious injury today when their helicopter crashed in the Gulf of Aden, the Navy says. The CH-53E Super Stallion—a Marine Corps helicopter—was trying to land on the USS Mesa Verde's deck at...

Police: We Shot Man Who Aimed at Passing Cars

Police in Portland, Oregon, say an officer today shot a man who was a pointing a gun at passing cars on an Interstate 84 offramp today. Sgt. Pete Simpson says the man ran from the freeway after he was struck by a bullet, and he collapsed on a nearby street....

'Wage Theft' Lawsuits Are on the Rise

More US workers are joining wage-theft lawsuits that accuse their bosses of failing to pay their proper hours or wages, the New York Times reports. "Sometimes I’d work 60, even 90 days in a row," said a Mexican immigrant who joined a lawsuit against the Schneider trucking company. "They never...

To Prevent Rape, India Unveils ... Toilets

In the hope of preventing future rapes and murders, a charity unveiled 108 brand new toilets yesterday in India. What's the connection? In May, two girls were raped and hanged at Katra Sadatganj in Uttar Pradesh, and relatives say the cousins were last seen going out in the dark to...

Woman's Buttocks Impaled When Texting While Driving

Ouch, and double ouch: A woman says she was texting while driving when she struck a pole that pierced her truck and ran through her buttocks and thigh, USA Today reports. Christina Jahnz says she had just dropped off her daughter's saxophone at a middle school in Elizabeth, Colo., when...

Austria Turning Hitler's Home Into Holocaust Museum

Plans are in the works to open a Holocaust museum in what may seem a surprising location: Hitler's boyhood home in Austria. Local officials in Braunau am Inn, near the German border, have decided to turn it into the House of Responsibility, a center designed to educate the public about...

UN Backs $1.2M Inquiry Into Islamic State

The UN's top human rights body today overwhelmingly approved the Iraqi government's request for an investigation into alleged crimes against civilians committed by the Islamic State group in its rampage across northeastern Syria and parts of Iraq. Diplomats agreed by unanimous consent to approve a nearly $1.2 million UN...


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