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Watch: Taxpayers' Money Spent on Portraits

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Watch: Taxpayers' Money Spent on Portraits In the past two years almost $400,000 has been spent by government.


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Watch: Taxpayers' Money Spent on Portraits

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Watch: Taxpayers' Money Spent on Portraits In the past two years almost $400,000 has been spent by government.


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Zoo Workers Mother Abandoned Baby Gorilla

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Zoo Workers Mother Abandoned Baby Gorilla Workers at the Cincinnati Zoo have taken on a new role: surrogate mommy. An infant gorilla was born at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas, on Jan. 29. Her mother rejected her. She was flown to Cincinnati, where two gorilla mothers were available for...


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Watch: Baby Gorillas Raised By Humans at Cincinnati Zoo

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Watch: Baby Gorillas Raised By Humans at Cincinnati Zoo After being rejected by their mother, primate experts will teach the babies how to be gorillas.


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Despite Deficit, Thousands for Politicians' Portraits

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Despite Deficit, Thousands for Politicians' Portraits David Kerley, Jennifer Abbey, and Betsy Klein contributed to this report: Long before cameras were invented, our founding fathers kept their images alive with painted portraits. Paintings of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson are part of American history. But what began as official documentation...


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Watch: Man Tries to Infiltrate Meeting of Cardinals in Rome

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Watch: Man Tries to Infiltrate Meeting of Cardinals in Rome Ralph Napiersi allegedly claimed to belong to a nonexistent Italian Orthodox Church.


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Jodi Arias Reads Torn-Out Diary Pages

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Jodi Arias Reads Torn-Out Diary Pages Accused murderer Jodi Arias tore out pages of her diary in which she wrote negative things about her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, and about suicide, so that he would not snoop and read them, she testified today.


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Christie Rips Obama for Sequester Eve 'Photo Op'

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Christie Rips Obama for Sequester Eve 'Photo Op' So much for the bromance. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie today blasted President Obama over what he said was a failure of leadership to prevent the sequester. “Real leadership would get this fixed. You get everybody in the room and you fix it, and you...


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Cop's Good Deed Goes Viral

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Cop's Good Deed Goes Viral   It was cold, wet and gray in Winston-Salem, N.C., when Police Officer Charlie Ziegler noticed a woman pushing a stroller in the rain. “I went up to her and said, ‘Get in the car, there’s no reason for you or your baby to be...


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Cops Probe Refusal to Give CPR

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Cops Probe Refusal to Give CPR Police launched an investigation today into the refusal by a staffer at a home for the elderly to perform CPR on an 87-year-old woman who collapsed on the floor and later died.


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Casey Anthony 'Lives Off Kindness of Others'

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Casey Anthony 'Lives Off Kindness of Others' Casey Anthony was forced to come out of seclusion and publicly answer questions for the first time today when she appeared in bankruptcy court in Florida where she said she "lives off the kindness of others."


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Obama: Sequester Won't Stifle Agenda

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Obama: Sequester Won't Stifle Agenda President Obama today vowed to continue working with Republicans to develop a long-term deficit reduction plan, while making it clear that the sequester — the automatic government spending cuts that kicked in over the weekend – would not prevent him from pursuing his broader second-term agenda. “I...


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Bieber Blames 'Dummies' for Party Fiasco

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Bieber Blames 'Dummies' for Party Fiasco After calling his 19th birthday his “worst birthday,” Justin Bieber has taken to Instagram to explain what really went down. Speaking out about reports that he and his entourage were asked to leave London club Cirque du Soir on Friday, following a disagreement reportedly over the...


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Jodi Arias Mounts Final Defense

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Jodi Arias Mounts Final Defense Jodi Arias took the stand today to mount her final defense to the jury trying her for murder, using her attorney's redirect questioning to plead her case to them one last time.


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Man Reportedly Fakes Kidnapping to Avoid Girlfriend's Wrath

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Man Reportedly Fakes Kidnapping to Avoid Girlfriend's Wrath A Brooklyn man reportedly trying to avoid the wrath of his girlfriend after a prolonged absence decided to fake his own kidnapping, only to be discovered by police after he left behind  blatant evidence of the hoax. Rahmel Wallace, 34, who also goes by the name...


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Jeb Bush's Book Rejects Path to Citizenship

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Jeb Bush's Book Rejects Path to Citizenship Earlier today, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) came out against a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, reversing his previous position on the central tenet of comprehensive immigration reform.


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