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Cee Lo Green's 'The Good Life' canceled after rape remarks

Cee Lo Green's 'The Good Life' canceled after rape remarks

TBS canceled Cee Lo Green's "The Good Life" days after the singer compared rape to a home burglary and implied women can only be raped if they are conscious.
Annie Martin
Amid coup claims in Lesotho, State Department issues emergency message to U.S. citizens

Amid coup claims in Lesotho, State Department issues emergency message to U.S. citizens

Amid claims of a coup attempt by Lesotho's prime minister, the U.S. Department of State issued an emergency message late Monday to U.S. citizens.
JC Finley
Intelligence agencies examining authenticity of Sotloff execution video

Intelligence agencies examining authenticity of Sotloff execution video

The White House issued an interim response to an Islamic State video posted Tuesday allegedly showing the execution of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
JC Finley
Michael Sam could join Dallas Cowboys practice squad: Report

Michael Sam could join Dallas Cowboys practice squad: Report

The Dallas Cowboys will bring in free agent defensive end Michael Sam for a physical, and could sign him to their practice squad.
Gabrielle Levy
Asian camel crickets now common U.S. house guests

Asian camel crickets now common U.S. house guests

One of America's basement invaders is the Asian camel cricket, and new research proves it has become increasingly common in U.S. homes.
Brooks Hays
Faith No More announce first new album in 18 years

Faith No More announce first new album in 18 years

Faith No More will release their first new album in 18 years in 2015, and are also planning a U.S. tour.
Annie Martin
Police report: Girl who shot instructor dropped weapon because of recoil

Police report: Girl who shot instructor dropped weapon because of recoil

A girl who accidentally killed an Arizona gun-range instructor dropped the Uzi as soon as it began firing an automatic burst, a police report said.
Frances Burns
Judge Belvin Perry, presided over Casey Anthony trial, joins private firm

Judge Belvin Perry, presided over Casey Anthony trial, joins private firm

The central Florida judge who became famous for presiding over the Casey Anthony trial has retired and joined the Morgan & Morgan law firm.
Gabrielle Levy
Amnesty International charges Islamic State with ethnic cleansing

Amnesty International charges Islamic State with ethnic cleansing

Amnesty International published a new report Tuesday titled "the Islamic State's systematic targeting of minorities in northern Iraq."
JC Finley
Poll: Two-thirds of New Yorkers want 2016 Democratic convention

Poll: Two-thirds of New Yorkers want 2016 Democratic convention

Two-thirds of New Yorkers hope the city hosts the 2016 Democratic convention, and almost half say Brooklyn should be the place, a poll released Tuesday found.
Frances Burns
Robert De Niro to star in Martin Scorsese short film

Robert De Niro to star in Martin Scorsese short film

Martin Scorsese will direct Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in a casino-themed short film for a Melco-Crown Entertainment campaign.
Annie Martin
Tropical Storm Dolly expected to make landfall on Mexican coast

Tropical Storm Dolly expected to make landfall on Mexican coast

Tropical Storm Dolly is expected to make landfall along the eastern Gulf Coast of Mexico on Tuesday, dumping rain and bringing high winds.
Gabrielle Levy

MCR Federal providing financial support services to USTRANSCOM

U.S. Transportation Command is to receive comprehensive financial services support from MCR Federal, a program management company.
Richard Tomkins
Men: Bigfoot-like creature may be in Mississippi

Men: Bigfoot-like creature may be in Mississippi

A pair of Mississippi men said they had close encounters with a Bigfoot-like creature on separate occasions near the same playground.
Ben Hooper
Woman impaled through buttocks while texting and driving

Woman impaled through buttocks while texting and driving

Christina Jahnz was driving from her daughter's middle school when she looked down at a text and crashed into a pole, which impaled her thigh and buttocks.
Fred Lambert
Gisele Bündchen signs with sports retailer Under Armour

Gisele Bündchen signs with sports retailer Under Armour

Sportswear retailer Under Armour signed supermodel Gisele Bündchen to lead a new campaign targeting health-conscious women.
Annie Martin
Human brain can be trained to prefer healthy foods

Human brain can be trained to prefer healthy foods

Researchers at Tufts University say healthier eating habits and a bit of discipline can help recondition the human brain to prefer healthy foods to junk foods.
Brooks Hays
Deliberations begin in former Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

Deliberations begin in former Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

Jurors began weighing evidence Tuesday against former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife, who allegedly helped a businessman in exchange for gifts.
Frances Burns
Rental ad: Share apartment for $380, sexual favors

Rental ad: Share apartment for $380, sexual favors

A rental property website in Ireland briefly hosted an ad seeking an "unconventional" roommate willing to share an apartment and "their body."
Ben Hooper
Justin Bieber charged with dangerous driving, assault in Canada

Justin Bieber charged with dangerous driving, assault in Canada

Justin Bieber was arrested and charged with dangerous driving and assault after his ATV collided with a minivan and he got in an altercation with the driver.
Annie Martin
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