Daily Archive: September 26, 2013

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    Attorney General Eric Holder Addresses Navy Yard Shooting: We Must Take Common-Sense Steps

    Attorney General Eric Holder said that after the tragic Navy Yard shooting, as well as other recent tragedies, that there needs to be new common-sense approaches to curbing gun violence. ”My colleagues and I remain committed to combating all forms of gun violence” said Holder, “and working with Congress to fulfill what is truly the desire of the American people to take common sense steps to keep guns from falling into the wrong hands. …

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    Cory Booker’s Private Exchange With Portland Stripper Exposed

    Cory Booker, mayor of Newark, N.J., and United States senate candidate, has been exchanging private messages with a Portland stripper and she wants the world to know, reports Buzzfeed.com. Lynsie Lee, a stripper at vegan strip club Casa Diablo, appears in Follow Friday: the film — a film about Twitter — with Booker and, apparently, they became …

    Detroit Tigers Clinch ALC Title

    The Detroit Tigers won their third consecutive American League Central title on Wednesday in a 1-0 shutout victory over the Minnesota Twins. It is the third straight pennant for the Tigers, who will surely be looking to make another run to the World Series…

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    Lamar Odom’s Dad: My Son Does Not Have a Drug Problem

    Lamar Odom is breaking his silence with his first post on Twitter since the NBA star was arrested and charged with driving under the influence last month. Odom tweeted “Seeing the snakes” on Tuesday night in his first post since his Aug. 30 arrest. He followed with an extended tweet from his verified account that referenced his …

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    Jury Awards $1M to Chicago Man Wrongfully Accused of Assaulting Cop

    A jury awarded $1 million to a Chicago man who spent a year in jail before he was found him not guilty of assaulting a police officer. John Collins sued the city of Chicago for bringing an aggravated battery charge against him. A Cook County jury on Tuesday sided with Collins six years after a jury acquitted him of the criminal charge. Coll …