Monthly Archives: April 2014

V. Stiviano, to media: I want to be the president of the United States

The Los Angeles Times reports that V. Stiviano is denying a sexual relationship with banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling while saying there’s a job she wants. With paparazzi tracking her every move, V. Stiviano roller-skated in her driveway Tuesday … Continue reading

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PA Supreme Court: Pennsylvania cops no longer need a warrant to search citizens’ vehicles

From the Lancaster Gazette: Supreme Court: Pennsylvania cops no longer need a warrant to search citizens’ vehicles.

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The end of the VOA?

Kind of. Voice of America examines how its name could change as the organization is restructured. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce, a California Republican, said the body that oversees U.S. foreign broadcasting operations, the Broadcasting Board of Governors, … Continue reading

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Toronto Sun: City’s mayor to “take a break” (UPDATED)

1st UPDATE: 10:36 p.m. EDT: CTV reports Mayor Ford’s attorney has addressed his client’s leave of absence. Ford’s lawyer, Dennis Morris, told CTV’s Katie Simpson that it’s Ford’s “intention” to take a leave of absence and go to a “facility that … Continue reading

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The best Game 7 atmosphere in professional sports belongs with…

…well you tell me. Here’s the poll:

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Nigerian school girls sold as brides

The Associated Press examines reports that Nigerian school girls are being sold as child brides. The news of negotiations comes as parents say the girls are being sold into marriage to Boko Haram militants. The students are being paid 2,000 … Continue reading

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FOX News anchor was ready to come out until his boss sent him a clear message

Gawker reports that FOX News anchor Shepard Smith was planning to announce he was gay until he was told by Roger Ailes not to do it. In the summer of 2013, according to multiple sources with knowledge of their exchange, … Continue reading

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