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- WTF: Woman Takes Selfie With Suicidal Man on Brooklyn Bridge in Background
Yesterday, a crowd gathered in view of the Brooklyn Bridge when an apparently suicidal man was being coaxed by police into stepping away from the edge. A New York Post photog was on the scene when he caught a woman whipping out her iPhone and getting her selfie on, with the cops and the distraught man in the background (click through for a pic of the selfie enthusiast).
- White House reverses course, says Obama lived with Kenyan uncle
- Billionaire U.S. candy heiress pleads guilty in fatal crash
By Lacey Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Billionaire candy heiress Jacqueline Badger Mars, who owns a third of the Mars Inc candy company, pleaded guilty on Thursday to misdemeanor reckless driving charges stemming from a fatal accident in Virginia. Loudoun County General District Court Judge Deborah Welsh ordered Mars, 74, to pay a $2,500 fine and suspended her license for six months, according to online court records. Mars was driving a Porsche SUV on October 4 when it crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with a minivan in Aldie, Virginia, according to the Sheriff's Office in Loudoun County, on the outskirts of Washington. A minivan passenger, Irene Ellisor, 86, died at the scene.
- Judge says Farrah Fawcett caregiver can testify
- Obama's Picture-Perfect Propaganda
It might seem like another day in Tea Party Land when a conservative columnist accuses President Barack Obama's White House of "airbrushing history" like the Stalin-era Soviet Union. It's Dana Milbank of the liberal Washington Post complaining about what's happened to White House news photographers. A New York Times photographer has publicly compared Team Obama to the Soviet Tass news agency. As the wheels come off the Barack Obama Hope-and-Change Bus, the White House is now restricting access to the very media that have done little but throw roses at the president's feet for the last five years.
- Wife of bounty hunter 'Dog' sees charge dismissed
DENVER (AP) — Prosecutors in Colorado have dismissed harassment charges against the wife of TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman.
- Obama Attack Dog 'Sunny' Goes After Innocent Children
In an unparalleled attack on Wednesday, a member of the extended Obama family harassed a young child in the White House and knocked her to the ground. The assault was committed by Sunny, the family's new dog, even as First Lady Michelle Obama tried in vain to keep her excitement — fury? Video from the scene shows Sunny's head rising into the frame as Michelle pulls back on her leash, saying, "OK, OK, OK" to the dog as she jumped up on a cute little girl in a black coat. Sunny the Obama dog knocked over a little girl, who was fine, but I'm still waiting for the RNC release.
- 100,000 Ethiopians sent back from Saudi Arabia: Addis Ababa
Ethiopia has repatriated over 100,000 citizens from Saudi Arabia, Addis Ababa's foreign ministry said Thursday, following a violent crackdown against illegal immigrants in the oil-rich kingdom. Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom said that up to 50,000 more citizens are still expected to come home. "Last night arrivals from Saudi reached 100,620," Tedros said in a statement, adding that "all citizens that were detained in Riyadh deportation camps are back".