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Court Stops Arizona From Denying Driver’s Licenses to Immigrants Protected From Deportation

Story by the Associated Press; curated by Oliver Darcy. — PHOENIX (AP) — A judge cleared the way Thursday for thousands of young immigrants in Arizona who are protected from deportation under an Obama administration policy to get driver’s licenses.

A Glimpse Into Evil of the Taliban: ’We Have Killed All the Children… What Do We Do Now?’

After terrorists invaded a Pakistan high school and slaughtered more than 130 students, one of the Taliban militants reportedly had one of his last conversations with his handler.

Man Stumbles Upon Miraculous News Inside a Church After Losing Almost Everything: ‘I Cried So Hard’

Everything in Steve Alioto’s world was gone. Last week’s torrential California storm sank the Sausalito man’s houseboat, which he anchored in the ocean because he can’t afford a dock, KPIX-TV reported.

Australian Lawmaker: Our Gun Control Laws Created a ‘Nation of Victims’

The hostage situation at a Sydney cafe proves that Australia has become a “nation of victims” because of its stiff restrictions on gun ownership, an Australian lawmaker said.

Heavy Metal Rocker: Mainstream Media Is ‘Setting the Stage for a New Holocaust’

When he’s not involved in his musical pursuits, the lead singer of the heavy metal group Disturbed is lending his voice to defend the state of Israel, posting numerous messages on Facebook and Twitter and now offering his thoughts in a radio interview where he blasted the mainstream media for what he contends is biased coverage.

Senior Islamic State Leaders Killed in Coalition Airstrikes

Story by the Associated Press; curated by Oliver Darcy. — WASHINGTON (AP) — Two senior Islamic State group leaders were killed in U.S.

Judge Orders Former Gun Store Owner to Hand Over His Facebook Password. Guess What Happened When He Didn’t Do It.

Jeremy Alcede doesn’t own Tactical Firearms shooting center anymore. Soon, he might not even own his Facebook page password.

How Much Do You Really Know About Christmas?

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After Staging a Heart Attack at Walmart, Con Artists Exit Without Paying for a Barbie Glam Vacation House. But They’re Paying Now.

An enterprising duo waltzed into a Florida Walmart earlier this week with a big plan in mind to walk out with some free stuff.

Theater That Planned to Screen ‘Team America’ After ‘The Interview’ Was Yanked Cancels Showing — the Reported Reason Has Americans Up in Arms

The Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas has been forced to cancel its planned screening of “Team America” in place of “The Interview” later this month after Paramount reportedly refused to let the theater screen the 2004 satire comedy by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

The Significance Behind the Menorahs at the White House Hanukkah Reception

The White House’s annual Hanukkah reception on Wednesday featured four menorahs that were flown in from Israel.

Ranked: The Top 15 Christmas TV Specials

From the December 2014 issue of TheBlaze Magazine: The Christmas season offers some of the greatest television ever made, from touching commercials to holiday episodes of your favorite shows to seasonal specials.

Judge Rules Wisconsin Girl Competent to Stand Trial in Slender Man Stabbing

Story by the Associated Press; curated by Oliver Darcy. — WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — One of two girls accused of stabbing a classmate in a southeastern Wisconsin park to please a fantasy character known as Slender Man is competent to stand trial for attempted homicide, a judge ruled Thursday.

Bride Got on a Horse for Wedding Pics. That’s When It All Went Wrong.

“For better or for worse.” One bride got a subtle reminder of her wedding vows after she was thrown from a horse while taking photos for her big day.

‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Mountain Man Reveals How He Met the Robertsons, How He Tackles Faith and Fame — and the Common Critter He Just Loves to Eat

Tim “Mountain Man” Guraedy, a friend of the Robertson family who sporadically appears on A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” dropped by TheBlaze newsroom Wednesday to discuss his faith, how he met America’s most famous reality TV family — and to share some pearls of wisdom.

This Gadget Lets You Text to Friends in Emergencies Even if Cell Networks Crash

If you have a cellphone, this is probably a familiar scenario: you can’t send a text because either there are no cell towers close enough to your location to pick up service, or the system is so overloaded by users that your information isn’t going through.

Scott Walker Is Dialing Back His Common Core Opposition

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker appears to be wavering on his opposition to Common Core, scaling back his demand for a legislative repeal to simply allowing school districts to have a choice in the matter.

China Reportedly Tests New Missile That Could Put ‘Entire U.S. at Risk’

China has reportedly tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile that has the range to reach any city in the United States.

Listener Calls Into Glenn Beck Radio Show With an Incredible Allegation About Michelle Obama’s Race Story

A listener called into Glenn Beck’s radio program Thursday with an incredible story that contradicts First Lady Michelle Obama’s example of racism at Target.

White House Brags That Obama Has Appointed More Minority Judges Than Any Past President

To celebrate a round of judicial nominees confirmed by the Senate this week, the White House is pointing out that President Barack Obama has named a more diverse bench than any past president.