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Another Vet Struck Down By Police In Oakland - Raw Video
This disturbing video clip shows Occupy Oakland protester and three-tour Iraq war veteran Kayvan Sabehgi in an altercation with riot police on October 2. The Guardian posted the clip late last week and reported that Sabehgi suffered a ruptured spleen as a result of the beat-down captured here, and that Oakland police say they are looking into the incident. —KA
Raw Video – Crazy Attack At Manhattan McDonalds | NewsBreakingOnline
A fight over an order at a Manhattan McDonald’s leads to complete chaos and it was all caught on tape . The video contains images and audio of a graphic nature. Sources tell CBS 2’s Chris Wragge the stunning incident featured a cashier with a criminal past violently beating two female customers after they appear to provoke him by slapping him and then hopping the counter.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore Divorce
A 23-year-old woman has come forward with the bombshell claim that she had a fling with Ashton Kutcher at a San Diego club last Friday, the same weekend of his six-year wedding anniversary with wife Demi Moore, according to a report from Radar Online. According to Radar, the unidentified woman has gone into hiding and hired a top Hollywood attorney.
Christopher Ketcham: Why You Should Eat Yak Instead of Beef - Truthdig
I first comprehended the awfulness of the ranching industry when the cows of Moonlight Meadows, high in the La Sal Mountains of Utah, surrounded me and began shitting. They had been trucked in from the canyons of the lowland desert countryside, near the town of Moab, to graze summer long on the free grass in the mountains—public grass, as this was
Chris Hedges: Tomatoes of Wrath
It is 6 a.m. in the parking lot outside the La Fiesta supermarket in Immokalee, Fla. Rodrigo Ortiz, a 26-year-old farmworker, waits forlornly in the half light for work in the tomato fields. White-painted school buses with logos such as “P. Cardenas Harvesting” are slowly filling with fieldworkers. Knots of men and a few women, speaking softly in
Journalistic Objectivity Sours Wall Street Reporting - In the News
In an attempt “not to judge either side” involved in the anti-corporate demonstrations that have gone on near Wall Street since Sept. 17, New York Times reporter Brian Stelter used the word “battle” in a tweet to describe Saturday’s altercation between police and protesters, in which officers pepper-sprayed apparently peaceful demonstrators.
Sarah Palin and Miami Heats Glen Rice Had a One-night Stand | NewsBreakingOnline
Rice, 44, who lives in Coral Gables, was a promising junior basketball player at the University of Michigan. Their encounter occurred while Rice was in Anchorage attending a basketball tournament and Palin apparently covered the event. Months later, in 1988, Palin eloped with her high school sweetheart Todd Palin. The two are still married. Quoting from the book, the tabloid said that at the time, the 23-year-old Palin had a “fetish” about black men.
22 Percent of American Children Live in Poverty
The Census Bureau reports that in 2010, more Americans descended into poverty than in any other time since the government started keeping track in 1959. The 2010 poverty threshold for a family of four was a mere $22,314 a year, and 46.2 million of us have been surviving on that or less.
Documents Show Feds Downplayed Ground Zero Health Risks
In the dark and uncertain days after Sept. 11, 2001, the sight of thousands of shaken New Yorkers returning to their apartments, offices and schools in Lower Manhattan seemed to signal a larger return to normalcy. Now new documents have emerged showing that federal officials in Washington and New York went further than was previously known to downplay concerns about health risks, misrepresenting or concealing information that ultimately might have protected thousands of people from the contaminated air at ground zero.
AP Review Downplays Threat From WikiLeaks Disclosures
An Associated Press inquiry into U.S. State Department sources who were outed in the latest unredacted WikiLeaks file dump found virtually no one who felt endangered by public knowledge of their involvement in U.S. government information gathering.