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  1. Bill Maher, atheist fundamentalist: Why he gives nonbelievers a bad nameRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Salon

    I really want to like Bill Maher. He calls out Islamic fundamentalist regimes for their brutal oppression of women, and that is absolutely righteous.


  2. CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Radio Times

    In this first episode of the new series, we island hop from Orkney to the Isle of Wight and then back up north to Shetland. This is one of a couple of changes to our Coast.


  3. The long, strange saga of Harry Reid and the exercise bandRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    More than 10 months ago, Sen. Harry Reid's life changed forever. The Nevada Democrat and Senate minority leader was exercising in his home with an elastic band when it snapped, throwing him into cabinets, causing him to lose sight in his right eye, changing his marriage and, ultimately, playing a role in ending his career.


  4. .com | Bozwana knew his life was in dangerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | News24

    North West businessman Wandile Bozwana knew he was going to be killed for his philosophies and ideas but refused to back down. That was the message conveyed by those who spoke during his funeral service in Pretoria on Saturday.


  5. You Think the NSA Is Bad? Meet Former CIA Director Allen Dulles.Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Mother Jones

    In a new book, David Talbot makes the case that the CIA head under Eisenhower and Kennedy may have been a psychopath. "What follows," David Talbot boasts in the prologue to his new book The Devil's Chessboard , "is an espionage adventure that is far more action-packed and momentous than any spy tale with which readers are familiar."


  6. .com | Bozwana's killers must be found- MbalulaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | News24

    Pretoria- Fikile Mbalula has called for the speedy arrest of those behind the killing of North West businessman Wandile Bozwana. The sports minister was speaking in his personal capacity during the funeral service of Bozwana in Pretoria on Saturday.


  7. Bosnia v Wales Euro 2016 preview: The time for hope is over... the...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    A point in Zenica will be enough to see Wales qualify for Euro 2016, our first major tournament in over 50 years It is hope that the proud people of Bosnia simply had to cling to when enduring the siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian war. It lasted four years, the longest such attack on any city in modern times, and while the nation has rebuilt, the scars still remain.


  8. Unconventional Preview: Cowboys give Patriots more reasons to rout...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    The Patriots return from their hardly necessary bye week - really, it was practically a rare double-bye given how effortlessly they steamrolled the Jaguars in Week 3 - one of the six remaining unbeaten teams in the NFL, but as the only one to have played three games rather than four. Insert your conspiracy theories about the NFL messing with the Patriots by giving them the early bye - a rarity for a presumed contender - right here.


  9. Another Top 10 Conspiracy Theories of All TimeRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | WatchMojo

    Script written by Clayton Martino The world is full of wild conspiracy theories, so much so that we couldn't just limit our entries to one list! Join as we countdown our picks for Another Top 10 Conspiracy Theories. Submit your ideas at


  10. Ben Carson: nightmare candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Watching the meteoric rise of Dr. Ben Carson in the polls is at the same time completely understandable, and completely baffling. Aaron Sorkin couldn't write a worse candidate that even the most jaded and engrossed in the suspension-of-disbelief political drama viewer would hesitate to take seriously.


  11. it is the Very Essence of Ideology...:Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | BrothersJudd Blog

    Bernanke says he "lost patience with Republicans' susceptibility to the know-nothing-ism of the far right." Here's part of his indictment: They saw inflation where it did not exist and, when the official data did not bear out their predictions, invoked conspiracy theories.


  12. Htgawm Ep on 'Shooting Night' Theories, Annalise/Wes...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | TVLine

    How to Get Away With Murder fans, fret not: Showrunner Pete Nowalk promises he'll avoid the sophomore-season pitfalls of another popular mystery series, HBO's True Detective . - Who shot Annalise Keating? And who killed the ADA prosecuting murder suspects Caleb and Catherine Hapstall? - you won't be scratching your head asking "Who? How? Whaaa ?" when the guilty parties are revealed.


  13. The Mystery of the ChupacabraRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Cryptomundo

    ... changing its appearance and characteristics depending on when and where it is seen. Rooted in conspiracy theory and anti-American sentiment, the beast is said to be the result of Frankenstein-like secret U.S. government experiments in the Puerto ...


  14. 'Fargo' is the best show of the Fall 2015 TV season: 6 reasons whyRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Oregonian

    As with Season 1, "Fargo" creator/showrunner/writer Noah Hawley confidently handles deadpan humor and violence, as with Season 2 characters Ed and Peggy Blumquist, played by Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst, who discuss blood-curdling matters while calling each other "Hon," and eating Hamburger Helper and Tater Tots for dinner. It's fashionable for cable dramas to give us characters so flawed they make Walter White look like a nice fella.


  15. Do the Media Encourage Belief in Conspiracies?Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Switched

    A broad generalization: There was a time when the average American naively believed everything the government told them. Conspiracies were almost unheard of.


  16. Another PetardRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Longrider

    Lies and smears against radical feminists and allies who name male violence as the key way in which we are oppressed are nothing new. We are labelled prudes and "pearl clutchers", slurs previously bandied about by men defending their right to rape.


  17. Ali Williams: A replay of 2007? Bring it on, say France and the All BlacksRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    So I don't see that the All Blacks will feel any particular or extra trepidation because they are playing France, says Ali Williams. Photo / Richard Robinson Inevitably, a lot of people will be thinking the All Blacks won't want to play France in the quarter-final.


  18. Conspiracy Theory? DHS opens Wiki probe to Id McCarthy rumor sourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    The Department of Homeland Security has launched an investigation into reports that someone with a DHS IP address edited Wikipedia pages to include references to an alleged affair involving House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who bowed out of the race for speaker Thursday. The California Republican stunned the conference with his decision, saying the House needs a "fresh face" to lead and suggesting he could not unite conservatives.


  19. WTF Wreg: The Making of a Halloween Season Drug ScareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Memphis Flyer

    I think we need to create a fun new internet game. First we make up a bunch of alarmist concerns and wacko conspiracy theories about drugs being slipped into our prescription medicines or Satanic brake lights leading to mild cases of driver possession, and then we post them on Facebook to see how many of these silly fantasies are eventually reported by local TV news stations as though they were actual news.


  20. Do conspiracy theorists see more patterns in randomness? Apparently notRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ars Technica

    ... while others explored people's beliefs in "real," famous conspiracy theories like the Moon landing. These conspiracy theory tests fit together well: people who showed a high likelihood of having conspiracist thinking on the general tests were also ...