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Search and Rescue Group Sues FAA Over This ‘Inconceivable’ Restriction


When a person goes missing in a perilous place — say, on the side of a mountain or deep in the woods — search teams may need help getting the best view of the territory, or may hesitate to put volunteers in danger among the rough terrain.

Lawyers Deliver First Amendment Lesson After Parents Accuse Teacher of Banning Child’s Bible


The parents of a second-grade student in Texas are accusing a teacher of banning their child from reading the Bible during independent reading time.

More Jewish Sites Vandalized in Ukraine, as Biden Condemns Anti-Semitic Attacks


Just days after a synagogue was fire bombed, new reports of anti-Jewish violence have emerged in Ukraine, including the vandalizing of a Holocaust memorial and a prominent Jewish figure’s tomb.

What Made Thousands of Bees Drop Dead Along an Oregon Highway?


Something is killing bees in Oregon. While the sharp decline in bee populations is not unique to the state, a recent mass death of honey bees has investigators involved.

Washington Post Editorial Board Accuses Obama Admin. of ‘Dithering’ on Ukraine, Russia


As the situation in Ukraine grows increasingly volatile and Russia’s expansion into the west goes unchecked, the Obama administration has failed to project strength, confidence and leadership, according to the Washington Post’s editorial board.

‘Justified’ Star Explains Why America Needs to See the Story of One of ‘Most Prolific Serial Killers’ on the Big Screen


“Justified” star Nick Searcy says the story of one of America’s “most prolific serial killers,” notorious abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, is important and deserves to be told on the big screen.

Incredible Images Show Deadly Result of D-Day Rehearsal on the Ocean Floor


BOSTON (TheBlaze/AP) — An unmanned submarine has recorded some of the most detailed images of two American ships that sank off the coast of England during World War II, according to the Massachusetts company that surveyed the wreckage to mark the disaster’s 70th anniversary.

Elderly Man Called 911 for Ailing Wife — Why He’s Now Considering Pressing Charges


An elderly man is considering suing a Missouri police department after he says officers assaulted him when he called for an ambulance to aid his ailing wife.

NYPD’s Friendly Hashtag Campaign Backfires Big-Time

The New York Police Department tried its hand at social outreach on Twitter Tuesday, deploying what was supposed to be a feel-good #MyNYPD hashtag.

Cries of Anguish as South Korea Ferry Death Toll Reaches 130


JINDO, South Korea (AP) — For a moment there is silence in the tent where bodies from the ferry disaster are brought for identification.

Loch Ness Monster Sighting? There’s Actually a Pretty Funny Explanation for This Photo


Images of a strange figure in the Scottish highlands freshwater areas surfaced over the weekend, causing a bit of a stir in the media as speculation emerged of a Loch Ness Monster spotting.

How a Blender and Something Found in Pencils Could Produce the World’s Strongest Material


If you have a high-powered blender, a powder found in pencils, dish soap and 30 minutes, you could produce one of the strongest materials on the planet — though it’s not advisable that you try.

Ten Things You May Not Believe Have ‘Actually’ Been Blamed on Global Warming


Did you know climate change has been blamed for everything from malaria in airports to Kenya’s decreased coffee output?

Listen to Room’s Reaction When Former EPA Employee Compares This ‘Ethical Problem’ to Slavery

Speaking at a debate on “fracking” at Colorado Christian University on Monday, a former employee of the Environmental Protection Agency made compared the “ethical problem” of the oil drilling process to that of slavery.

IRS Awards Bonuses to More Than 1,000 Employees… Who Owe Back Taxes


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Internal Revenue Service has paid more than $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with recent disciplinary problems, including $1 million to workers who owed back taxes, a government investigator said Tuesday.

Watch What Happens When AP Reporter Relentlessly Presses State Dept. Official to Name One Accomplishment From Hillary’s QDDR


When pressed by Associated Press reporter Matt Lee at a Tuesday press conference, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki was unable to name a single “tangible achievement” from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2010 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review.

‘The First Thing They See Is a Bloodstained Foyer’: Filmmaker Describes Chilling Scene From Planned Kermit Gosnell Movie


The producer spearheading the planned TV movie about Kermit Gosnell on Tuesday laid out a chilling scene to be included in the film.

Deputy Says She Snatched Two Cellphones and Detained Former Marine After He Got ‘Aggressive’ — But the Video Tells a Different Story


A North Carolina deputy with the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office was caught on video confiscating two different cellphones and detaining a former U.S.

Listen to a Professor Tell Students That ‘Racist, Misogynistic, Money-Grubbing People’ Want to Prevent Minorities From Voting

A professor at a Connecticut public university was captured on audio this week warning students that “we will live in a very, very, very differing kind of country” if Republicans win control of the U.S.

‘Reckless and Irresponsible’: Dem Maryland Gov. Candidate’s Attack on His Iraq War Vet Opponent Backfires

Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler, a Democratic candidate for governor of Maryland, has a public relations problem on his hands after he suggested his opponent, an Iraq war veteran, isn’t qualified for a “real job.” Speaking at an event organized by the Tech Council of Maryland on Monday, Gansler took aim at Maryland Lt.


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