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Mayor Says Merry Christmas with Bloodshed and Death in Bizarre Photo Card

December 13, 2011 3:08am by editor

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Bloodshed and death aren't standard inclusions for a Christmas scene--but San Juan's mayor Santini in Puerto Rico proudly displays wife, son and daughters in a bizarre scenario that ain't a manger scene. Try a stuffed leopard killing an antelope as centerpiece.
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Feels Like Blackmail as ICM Registry XXX Domains Spark Lawsuit Legal Problems

December 6, 2011 8:12pm by editor

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The dot-com world is about to crash for even federal trademark holders as the more than hush-hush release of .xxx domain names is unleashed--at a price. Now anyone can buy your good name as ICM Registry change is no longer top-secret. Now business owners, those owning marks and the U.S. courts can look forward to battles thanks to the company, ICANN and domain registration companies. Read more

Not So Old Geezer Bandit Drops Day Planner as FBI Hopes for Bank Robber Arrest

December 6, 2011 3:03pm by editor

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Bank video surveillance showed pictures looking a lot like Bulger. And then there seemed possible confirmation based on the huge amounts of cash found at the Whitey Bulger home in Santa Monica. Read more

White House Says Christmas Trees But Holiday Tree Battle Rages Over Naming

December 5, 2011 3:19pm by editor

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It's a strange scenario unfolding. While the Christmas Tree Promotion Board is now on hold--delayed November 9 after the Obama Administration came under fire for a tax on freshly-cut live trees, the battle continues: Rhode Island's Governor Lincoln Chafee calls a a donated spruce for a December 6 lighting a "Holiday Tree". The farmer wants that tree back. Read more

Crank Calls Make a Comeback with a New Twist as One Man Plays Breast Doctor

December 2, 2011 11:34pm by editor

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Of course you don't want private medical records out of your hands--but what if someone who isn't really a physician phones you to fill in any gaps in those docs? If you get a call from a doctor who inquires about breast exams, it may just be a clue he's a phony. Especially if he asks you dirty things in the night. Read more

The Grinch That Stole A Charlie Brown Christmas Wachovia May Destroy Snoopy House

November 30, 2011 12:47pm by hearit

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A Southern California-style Charlie Brown Christmas that draws more than 70,000 locals annually including those in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach may be forcefully ended this year for residents but Wachovia may ensure it never happens again--possibly destroying $100,000 and nearly 45 years of work related to the "Snoopy House" holiday decorations now caught up in a home foreclosure head Read more

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Santa Gets Holly Jolly with Machine Guns in Family Christmas Photo Opps

November 30, 2011 1:38am by editor

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Nothing like guns and ammo to spruce up those holiday pics. The Scottsdale Gun Club in Arizona is touting pictures with Santa Claus and a choice of machine guns. It costs just five to ten bucks to pose with the holly, jolly, Christmas man himself--plus some automatic weapons valued at a sixth of a mil.
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Swede Randomly Bursts into Flames Outside Gothenberg Train Station Music Store

November 29, 2011 9:58pm by editor

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If there's no such thing as spontaneous combustion related to humans, one man seems intent on proving otherwise. Swedish police are trying to identify a guy who onlooker say burst into flames outside of a train station. And no one can figure out how a man randomly became part of a fire. Read more

Texas Man Claims Twins are His But Sperm was Stolen in Houston Lawsuit

November 29, 2011 6:21pm by editor

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There's been a surge in twins over recent years--and the subjects of fertility treatments and sperm donors ranking as hot topics for debate. But one guy claims he's not a donor in the birth of twins where he claims stolen sperm. It's one weird court battle where a Houston man says his twin sons are his but that sperm was taken without his knowledge. Read more

Felon Sues 160 LA Businesses Supposedly Disabled James Cahon Busted on Steep Hike

November 14, 2011 12:12am by editor

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He’s the semi-automatic collecting senior who's working his way toward 200 lawsuits against Los Angeles small businesses. Many claim those suits are fraud. He claims disability, end-stage emphysema that typically requires organ transplant. But ABC found the senior hiking a steep hill without wheelchair, walker or oxygen tank--and it's on video. Read more