2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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Year in Review 2012: Scandalous Behavior
Controversy rocked some of the world's largest institutions—from the military and the NFL to the Secret Service and the BBC. Some seemingly untouchable pillars of their profession were tarnished by the scandals of 2012.
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- Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight: What We Know Now
- Los Angeles subway dig finds prehistoric artifacts
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scientists have long known that years before hipsters and tourists were trekking along Los Angeles' Miracle Mile, dinosaurs were doing so.
- 'Baby Having 2 Heads' Born in India
- Jon Stewart Rips Apart Fox News' Attempt to 'School' Him on Food Stamp Fraud
Earlier this month, Jon Stewart ripped Fox News for its mania over individuals abusing government-provided food stamps. Well, Fox News saw the segment, and decided to defend themselves – they were just "shedding light" on the issue, they said – and "school" Jon Stewart. Yes, a Fox News pundit actually said he was going to "school" him. "Perhaps you really are a watchdog for the American people," he said speaking to Fox News.
- Woman finds huge silverfish bug in soup served in New York restaurant
- Russian Commandos Invade Ukraine
- Missing plane: Piracy theory gains more credence
- California teen dad suspected of biting off crying baby's nose
By Laila Kearney San Francisco (Reuters) - A northern California teen-age father has been arrested on suspicion of biting off the tip of his infant son's nose in a fit of rage over the child's crying, police said on Friday. Joshua Cooper, 18, was booked into jail on Thursday on suspicion of child cruelty and aggravated mayhem over the incident in the city of Fairfield, northeast of San Francisco. Police were alerted to the incident following a "hysterical" call from the newborn boy's 17-year-old mother on Thursday, and first responders found the baby bleeding from his nose, Fairfield police spokesman Troy Oviatt said in a press release. "One third of the child's nose had been severed off," Oviatt said, adding that the child was rushed to a local hospital and later transferred to the Children's Hospital and Research Center in Oakland due to the severity of his injuries.