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Judge in Canada releases video of cop kicking homeless man down

A judge presiding over the case of a police officer in Regina, Sask. who kicked a homeless man to the ground released a video of the incident today. The homeless man, who hit his head on concrete, appeared to be moving aggressively toward the officer.

Italy's high court clears Amanda Knox and boyfriend of murder

Rome - Eight years of legal proceedings, two murder convictions and four years of prison later, the question still remains: Did she, or didn’t she?

Tortoise gets a 3D-printed shell

A leopard tortoise by the name of Cleopatra suffers from pyramiding. Her scrutes didn't grow evenly, and instead they formed structures that look like pyramids.

US special forces to hold exercises in 7 states and 17 US cities

Washington D.c. - As part of realistic training exercises for 1,200 US special forces members, operations will be launched in seven southwestern states and 17 cities. In some operations, the forces will be ordered to operate "undetected" among the civilian population.

Evander Holyfield: Pacquiao to beat Mayweather due to conspiracy

Terence Moore is one of the more respected sports journalists in America and he got together this week with retired boxing champ Evander Holyfield to talk boxing. They touched on, as you might expect, the upcoming Floyd Mayweather - Manny Pacquiao fight.

San Francisco, tech companies, boycott Indiana over anti-gay law

San Francisco - The city of San Francisco has joined with a growing number of tech companies in boycotting Indiana over the conservative Midwestern state's new anti-gay 'religious freedom' law.

FDA decides GM apples and potatoes are safe

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has deemed genetically modified, non-browning apples and bruise-resistant potatoes to be "safe" for consumption.

Justin Bieber escorting Floyd Mayweather to ring at Pacquiao bout

Guess whose coming to the biggest boxing fight in history? And who will be alongside Floyd Mayweather on May 2 when he walks out to the ring in Las Vegas to do battle with Manny Pacquiao? None other than his fellow-celebrity Justin Bieber.

Largest outbreak of foodborne illness in Philly sickens 100

Philadelphia - A Chinese New Year Banquet in Philadelphia has led to one of the largest suspected foodborne illness outbreaks in the city's history. Almost 100 lawyers and law students became ill, but citing a 1955 state law, health officials cannot discuss the case.

Canadian consumer shock: Future Shops closed all across Canada

Best Buy Co. shocked Canadian consumers Saturday morning with the announcement that they are closing down all their Future Shop stores in the country effective immediately. It means the loss of some 500 full-time jobs and 1,000 part-time jobs.

Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao sees Floyd Mayweather's downfall on the horizon

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao could see through the eyes of his opponent during the usual pre-fight stare down if he is nervous or scared.

HTC’s One M9 available online and unlocked

HTC has pushed up the release of its new flagship phone, the One M9, from its original April 10 release date. The phone is available unlocked early from HTC or at the original release date from a number of carriers in the United States.

Op-Ed: Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl charged with desertion, not treason

Washington D.c. - President Obama boasted about the swap of five GITMO detainees for kidnapped Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. These detainees were high-ranking Taliban leaders. Nearly one year later, the U.S. Army has charged Bergdahl with desertion and misbehavior.

New study shows many with low credit scores miss out on recovery

The recession and all its woes are supposed to be behind us, right? Yet far too many Americans are still struggling, and low credit scores are forcing them to pay more for core services and turn to high interests financial products.

How to swallow without a tongue?

How do animals without tongues swallow? With one species - mudskippers - scientists have shown that these creatures use mouthfuls of water, like land-based amphibians use their fleshy tongues, to catch and swallow their prey.

Bacon-obsessed woman convicted in McDonald's shooting

Grand Rapids - After just one hour of deliberating, a jury in Michigan concluded that a woman who fired a shot into a McDonald's after employees twice forgot to put bacon on her hamburger was guilty of firing at the building intentionally.

Op-Ed: Anti-gay law — Keith Olbermann asks NFL, NCAA to boycott Indiana

Indianapolis - ESPN's Keith Olbermann has requested that the National College Athletic Association and the National Football League boycott Indiana until a controversial new law that allows businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples is repealed.

White house plan to fight 'superbugs' falls short of expectations

The White House is expected to release an ambitious and comprehensive plan that would slow the deadly growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria over the next five years. The plan will not only include huge monetary investments, but policy changes as well.

Clinton wiped email server 'clean': Republican chairman

Washington - Hillary Clinton wiped "clean" her private server that hosted her emails while secretary of state, permanently deleting all correspondence, and did not turn over more of the messages, lawmakers said Friday.

Senator makes 'flippant comment' over mandatory church attendance

Phoenix - Arizona's Republican Senator Sylvia Allen thinks mandatory church attendance is a good idea for the American people, even though she says it was a "flippant comment" on her part. But she is not apologizing.
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