Tuesday, April 21, 2015


National Geographic is reporting that members of the Pakistani Tailban are killing healthcare workers for giving children polio vaccinations.

Upon hearing the news, Jenny McCarthy tweeted, "At last, somebody's taking me seriously!"

Leaked Sony emails show that Ben Affleck demanded that PBS delete all references to his slavery-owning ancestors from the genealogy-themed reality series Finding Your Roots.

"And while we're at it," Affleck added, "let's just forget that whole dating-Jennifer-Lopez thing, too, alright?"

The U.S. State Department representative in Hyderabad, India is developing an ethics course for Indian journalists.

"What the hell," a spokesman told reporters, "it's easier than teaching ethics to State Department employees." 

Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man injured during an arrest last week, died Sunday. Gray had been in an induced coma with a shattered vertebra, broken spine, broken leg and a crushed larynx.

When a reporter suggested that undue force was applied during the arrest, a police officer replied, "No comment," before stomping on his throat.

Betty Willis, who designed Las Vegas's iconic "welcome" sign in 1959, died last Sunday at the age of 91.

Las Vegas coroner Brad Lanes said it was 3-1 she died of cancer, 10-2 she fell down the stairs, and even money that it was a heart attack. 


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