2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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- SHOCK: Miley Cyrus Performed in Her Unmentionables
Today in celebrity gossip: Miley Cyrus went chaps-less during a recent performance, Elisabeth Moss did not enjoy her "awful" marriage to Fred Armisen, and Chris Evans is both ready and willing to marry you. This was a brave admission for what must have been a truly mortifying situation! But please do not jump to conclusions about Miley Cyrus' lack of inhibitions, because as Us Weekly charitably described it, "the 21-year-old singer decided to take the stage half-naked rather than disappoint her fans." See? Miley Cyrus did not want to disappoint her fans and THAT is why she opted to forego her usual modesty-preserving sequined Ace bandage wrapped around a child's melted Halloween costume and instead took the stage in a state of undress that could be described as "revealing". We've all been there and we will all be there again and again and again and quite frankly we all owe Miley Cyrus a debt of gratitude for her bravery in this situation.
- Police chief encourages armed homeowners to fight back: 'You’re not going to have time to dial 911'
In Detroit, Michigan several incidences of armed homeowner involved shootings have been reported in recent weeks.
- Bears terminate Peppers' contract
- Malaysia Airlines Mystery: How Does a Plane Vanish?
As ships and aircraft search thousands of square miles for a missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner, officials are trying to understand how the Boeing 777 could have apparently dropped out of the sky without warning or distress signal. The mysterious lack of contact and the fact that the plane disappeared from radar mid-flight is so rare [...]
- Doris Day plans animal-friendly birthday bash
- Driver manages to get three tickets within minutes, driving just five blocks
- US sends second ship to help search for Malaysia plane
The US Navy has sent a second ship to the South China Sea to help in the desperate search for a missing Malaysian jet, officials said Monday. The naval destroyer USS Kidd has joined another American destroyer, the USS Pinckney, as Malaysian authorities announced they were doubling the size of the search area for the airliner that vanished without a trace Saturday with 239 on board. "We are continuing to assist the Malaysian government in search and rescue operations in conjunction with the disappearance of Flight 370," Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steven Warren told reporters. The US government over the weekend sent a team of investigators and experts from the FBI and the National Transportation Safety Board to help with the probe into the missing plane.
- Republican David Jolly wins Fla. congressional special election in test race over health care
CLEARWATER BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Republican David Jolly wins Fla. congressional special election in test race over health care.