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December 6, 2015 8:16 PM Hillary Clinton says tech firms must work to deny 'virtual territory' to Islamic State

The nation’s technology firms need to do more to work with the government to fight Islamic State online, Hillary Clinton said Sunday, warning that the San Bernardino attack shows that tech firms and intelligence agencies are failing to do enough to stop the militant group’s viral recruitment efforts. "Resolve means depriving jihadists of virtual territory 41

December 4, 2015 2:40 PM You Won't Believe What Patti LaBelle Is Doing for James Wright Chanel Now

The viral singer's 15 minutes is going strong. James Wright Chanel probably had no idea that eating pie would make all his dreams come true. But that seems to be the case for the exuberant dessert fan, whose video singing — literally — the praises of Patti LaBelle's Wal-Mart sweet potato pie went viral last month. Not only was James offered a seat at Miss LaBelle's 49

December 4, 2015 12:01 AM They sent thoughts and prayers. Why was that considered a bad thing?

It used to be that “thoughts and prayers” was the least controversial thing a politician could tweet — the bereavement equivalent of a baby-kissing photo-op. But on Tuesday, two gunmen in San Bernardino, Calif., attacked a social services center, killing 14. And then a mob of frustrated Twitter users attacked that phrase. You would think that “thoughts 51

December 3, 2015 9:29 PM Chris Christie, Drug Addiction, and the Politics of Despair

The early Presidential primaries concentrate the candidates’ attention in a few specific states, but the troubles of those places rarely have much impact on their campaigns. The encounters are just too fleeting: an hour-long event ends, the candidate is taken to a waiting S.U.V. for donor calls, an unmarked state police car pivots and follows. In New Hampshire 75

December 2, 2015 8:16 PM Defense says Porter was a good cop with no record of misconduct

Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter checked on Freddie Gray because he was concerned but saw no outward signs of injury that would have required calling a medic, his defense attorney said in opening statements Wednesday afternoon. Defense attorney Gary Proctor painted the Baltimore Police Department as a poorly trained, supervised and staffed 49

December 2, 2015 2:22 PM Meijer customer's cake photo, story goes viral

That's the moral of the story, writes Lisa Aldrich after she ordered a cake from the Gaines Township Meijer. The simplest of acts since has garnered the attention of thousands on Facebook since Aldrich posted a photo of the treat on Saturday. Aldrich asked an employee whom she thought worked in the bakery department to write on the cake, according to the Facebook 51

December 1, 2015 9:35 AM Today's 5 things: A teen sues Obama; ghost ships; and $500,000 in a kettle

Your grade? An F-minus: And Obama thought he had tough critics in Congress. Sheesh! The most powerful man in the world is getting sued -- by a 15-year-old. Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh claims the prez talks the talk but doesn't walk the walk when it comes to climate change. Obama told the U.N. COP21 summit there's been plenty of change on his watch -- like increasing 47

December 1, 2015 5:01 AM Facing intense heat on McDonald shooting, Emanuel seeks to buy time with police task force

For the last week, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been under fire from protesters and fellow elected officials in Chicago — and from activists and pundits across the country — to clean up his police department and fire his top cop Garry McCarthy following the release of a video that showed a white officer repeatedly shooting a black teenager before he died in the street 37

December 1, 2015 12:10 AM Police investigate viral photo of dog with mouth taped shut

AVON, Conn. - A photo shared on Facebook depicting a dog with duct tape wrapped tightly around its mouth spawned both outrage on social media and a police investigation in Connecticut. Police Departments in Connecticut as well as Florida started getting inundated with calls about the photo late last week, reports CBS affiliate WFSB in Connecticut 44

November 30, 2015 3:40 AM San Francisco's 'hot cop of the Castro' arrested for injuring two men in hit-and-run: authorities

Christopher Kohrs, also known as the "Hot Cop of Castro" was arrested early Sunday for an alleged hit-and-run that wounded two people. A beefy police officer known in San Francisco as “the hot cop of the Castro” is in hotter water for a hit-and-run, authorities alleged. Christopher Kohrs, the 38-year-old hunk known for showing off his guns — muscles 43