Christopher Dorner Purchases Scuba Gear Two Days Prior to Killings

Alleged police officer killer Christopher Dorner purchased scuba equipment at a Southern California sporting goods store just two days prior to his killing spree, according to TMZ. Dorner purchased the gear at Sports Chalet in Torrance on February 1. In the surveillance video, Dorner can be seen car...

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Human Remains Found in Cabin Not Yet Identified as Christopher Dorner

Hundreds of police officers searched the mountains around Big Bear for days in the hopes of finding former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner. Dorner has been accused of killing two civilians and now two law enforcement officials following a shootout on Tuesday.

In a report from the Associated ...

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VIDEO: New Audi’s Will Park Themselves

Sick of driving up to the mall only to see all the parking spaces full? You follow behind someone who is looking for the same thing you are, so when a shopper returns to his car, you wait as the car in front of you prepares to take that spot — and for minutes that passenger gets ready to pull out. Why not ...

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South African Celebrity Olympic Runner Being Charged for Murder

On Thursday, South African police said they were charging Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius with murder following the death by shooting of his girlfriend at his home early on Thursday morning.

While other angles may not be ruled out, the incident has all the hallmarks of being a Valentine’s Day surpr...

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Justice Scalia Explains His Distaste for State of the Union

For the 16th consecutive year, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia did not attend the State of the Union. Scalia does not attend the State of the Union when a Democrat is in the White House. He also does not attend when there is a Republican as President.

“It has turned into a childish sp...

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Australian Court Allows Patenting of Human Genetic Material

On Friday, an Australian court ruled that genetic material related to cancer can be patented by two technology companies.

A similar case is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court and scheduled for hearing on April 15.

Cancer support groups opposed the finding and said the ruling that allows U....

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Body Found in Burned Cabin Identified as Christopher Dorner

On Thursday afternoon, authorities announced that the burned body found inside the cabin close to Big Bear Lake has been identified as that of Christopher Dorner, the former LAPD officer who went on a deadly rampage last week, according to the New York Times.

The San Bernardino Sheriff’s D...

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University of Berkeley and Eight Companies Warned by FDA Regarding Flu Medicines

Earlier this month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned several sellers of dietary supplements over claims made by them that their products helped fight the flu. Last Thursday, the FDA posted the letters on its website to make consumers aware that a variety of herbal products sold on the premise of ...

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Healthpoint Ltd to Pay $1 Mln to Massachusetts to Settle Marketing of Xenoderm Matter

On Friday, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said Massachusetts had reached a settlement with Healthpoint and its general partner DFB Pharmaceuticals Inc as part of a broader national settlement of $48 million.

The settlement was to resolve allegations of wrongfully charging Medicaid and ...

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VIDEO: Rare WWII Film Directed By John Ford

Hollywood director John Ford, famous for such Westerns as Stagecoach, and The Searchers, as well as his adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath, also directed this rare World War II film. It depicts American troops as they crack the Japanese code and are able to anticipate another sneak attack, a...

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VIDEO: Rare WWII Film Directed By John Ford

Hollywood director John Ford, famous for such Westerns as Stagecoach, and The Searchers, as well as his adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath, also directed this rare World War II film. It depicts American troops as they crack the Japanese code and are able to anticipate another sneak attack, a...

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Must See Video of Good Sportsmanship

The Coronado High School Thunderbirds from El Paso, Texas were a part of one of the most amazing showings of good sportsmanship in recent memory. Mitchell Marcus, the team’s manager, has a developmental disability.

“He’s just an amazing person that our basketball team loves being around,” s...

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Hundreds of Illegal Immigrants Released by Homeland Security: Checkmate to Fiscal Cliff Stalemate?

Just a week before the fiscal cliff stalemate causes mandatory budget cuts to go into effect, the Department of Homeland Security has started releasing hundreds illegal immigrants from detention citing impending budget cuts.

On Tuesday, Gillian M. Christensen, the spokeswoman of the Immigration and C...

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