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  • Can Charla Nash, blinded by a chimp, sue her state for $150 million?

    Can Charla Nash, blinded by a chimp, sue her state for $150 million?
    A woman who lost her hands, eyesight and parts of her face when she was mauled by a friend's chimpanzee renewed a bid to seek $150 million in damages from the state of Connecticut, asking lawmakers Friday to accept her argument that the state had a duty to seize the allegedly dangerous animal.
  • Justin Bieber video will have privates blurred out before release

    Justin Bieber video will have privates blurred out before release
    Dying to see Justin Bieber's junk? Well, a judge on Tuesday squashed those weird hopes, ruling that while additional surveillance video footage would indeed be made public, shots of the singer urinating must have his private parts blurred or blacked...

    Justin Bieber jailhouse video: Judge his walk for yourself

    Justin Bieber jailhouse video: Judge his walk for yourself
    See Justin Bieber walk to the left. See Justin Bieber walk to the right. See Justin Bieber doing all this walking while wearing a pair of hideous orange shoes we can only hope are jailhouse issue. "Scared Straight" it ain't — new video footage out...

    'Boys will be boys' no excuse; feds target Montana handling of rapes

    'Boys will be boys' no excuse; feds target Montana handling of rapes
    The U.S. Department of Justice says it has uncovered "substantial evidence" that sexism in a Montana county attorney's office has led to prosecutors dropping rape cases and belittling victims. In a 20-page letter sent to Missoula County Atty. Fred Van...

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's death calls attention to rise in heroin use

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's death calls attention to rise in heroin use
    NEW YORK — The death of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman underscores a surge in heroin use reminiscent of the 1970s and early '80s. More than 660,000 Americans used heroin in 2012, health officials say — nearly double the number...