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March 3, 2017

British spy agency going outside the Bond for new recruits

  — Sam Lister (@sam_lister_) March 3, 2017 A screengrab from the M16 ad to find new recruits. But now, MI6 is looking for recruits who can think outside the box and who aren’t necessarily martini-swilling thugs. Here is its first ad… pic.twitter.com/5xzHvlzxRF MI6 is advertising in cinemas for new …

Nazi lover asks court to legally change name to Hitler

Anti-Semitic Adolf Hitler-themed Valentine’s Day card sparks outrage at Michigan school A notorious American Nazi lover who loves all things Adolf is trying to change his last name — legally — to Hitler. Tweet Soon after the birthday cake affair, Campbell and his then-wife, Deborah, lost parental rights to their …

Murder victims fuel U.S. illegal immigration debate

Grant Ronnebeck wasn’t fast enough counting change. Before leaving the crime scene, the gunman calmly grabbed a few more packs of smokes and stepped over the “big-hearted” young man’s lifeless corpse. Toronto cops face illegal immigrant dilemma South Africa anti-immigrant protests erupt in capital Trump’s new agency will be the …

Man killed by six-ton pornography collection

Report an error Tweet There were also clipping from other magazines that had been discarded, likely as he attempted to pare down his collection. The cleaner also said the apartment was piled high with porn magazines, with many stacked on tables and shelves. Change text size for the story Apparently …

Bizarre video of turkeys circling dead cat goes viral

Report an error A viral video making the rounds on the Internet depicts a flock of turkeys circling a dead cat. Debra Kriensky, a conservation biologist at New York Audubon, told the New York Post circling an animal isn’t unusual for turkeys.   Print this story These turkeys trying to …

Education on agenda as Trump visits private school

“To borrow a word from President Trump — it’s so ’sad’ that the president and his secretary of education have demonstrated such an antipathy toward public schools,” Weingarten said in a statement. “Trump is in Florida to push choice and a backdoor voucher proposal as a way to turn education …

Accused cop killer in Florida adopts sovereign citizens defense

So what did Loyd’s statements mean? Lauten entered a not-guilty plea on Loyd’s behalf and tried to impress upon him the value of being represented by a lawyer during discovery, jury selection and "the entire trial process." Though Loyd decided to represent himself, Lauten appointed the public defender’s office as …

Fatally shot pregnant woman found next to infant son

Cassie noted her sister started acting differently before her death. Report an error Change text size for the story That’s what Vance Baker said about the suspicious death of his daughter, Amber, who was shot dead over the weekend with her four-month-old son lying next to her. Tweet “Our main …

Feds settle leaked documents lawsuit about Montreal man

Abdelrazik’s lawsuit said the only people who could have leaked the “selective and grossly unfair” secret documents in question were Canadian government officials. In a separate lawsuit still grinding through the courts, Abdelrazik seeks compensation and an apology from the federal government for his prolonged ordeal in Sudan. In its …