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From newser.com: Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi, who raised eyebrows worldwide when he recently referred to President-elect Obama as "handsome, young and suntanned," has repeated what he apparently thinks is a good joke—this time extending it to include model Naomi Campbell. Click for the full story.
Followers of a Shiite cleric on Friday stomped on and burned an effigy of President George W. Bush in the same central Baghdad square where Iraqis beat a toppled statue of Saddam Hussein with their sandals five years earlier.
In this video, Bush is walking past all the world leaders at the G20 summit. While all the other leaders shake eachother’s hands, nobody shakes Bush’s. CNN’s Rick Sanchez said that Bush looks like “the most unpopular kid in high school that nobody liked.” Watch the Video After The Jump
Black voters in California have been blamed for the passage of an anti-gay marriage ban called Proposition 8. Here is yet another rebuttal of that argument, this time from noted poll interpreter Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight.com: “The notion that Prop 8 passed because of the Obama turnout surge is silly….”
In an interview with Fox News, Sarah Palin called her many detractors who revealed flaws in her candidacy, “Bloggers in their parent’s basement just talkin garbage.”
ROME (AP) Miriam Makeba, the South African singer known to fans worldwide as ”Mama Africa” who became an international symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle, died early Monday after performing a concert in southern Italy, a hospital said. She was 76. An emergency room official at the Pineta Grande Clinic, a private facility in Castel Volturno, […]
Did Black voters propel California’s gay marriage ban to victory? Many angry opponents of that ban — a ballot measure known as “Proposition 8” — seem to think so.
PETIONVILLE, Haiti (AP) A hillside school where roughly 500 students crowded into several floors collapsed during classes on Friday, killing at least 30 people and injuring many more. Rescuers used bare hands to pull bleeding students from the wreckage. More children were believed buried in the rubble of the concrete building, and the death toll […]
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