Music video for the 1st single of SLUR's 2nd album "Magazine" - enjoy.
We spotted Alec Baldwin just after he was accused of yelling a racial slur to a photographer in New York.
Ann Coulter uses slur to describe John Edwards CPAC
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Barack Obama denounces Jeremiah Wright’s comments, North Carolina Governor Mike Easley makes a potential gay slur during his endorsement of Hillary Clinton, and President Bush calls for reduced government aid to wealthy farmers.
Listen as Sean Penn's son Hopper drops a homophobic and racist slur at a photographer, following his father's aggressive past behavior.
Hartford, Connecticut police detective Robert Lanza was fired after being caught on camera using racial slurs during a drunken driving arrest, his department announced. CBS affiliate WFSB's Courtney Zieller reports.
Two Warner city employees are under investigation after being accused of making racial slurs on a recording made by a coworker. Michael Wittmer said he started recording his conversations with his co-workers in July of last year to protect his job.
Wittmer says he started recording his conversations with co-workers less than a year ago, when a job he felt he had worked hard for was given to a family member of a city employee. "It's pretty bad that you have to fill out and document everything you do everyday just to keep your job here in Warner. Wittmer says this kind of conversation is a regular occurrence at city hall and enough is enough.
Listen to this father on the Disney Cruise Line make a fool out of himself (Show Me How You Schwimm :) )
This is an excerpt taken from a documentary on British teenagers with the tourette's syndrome. I know it must be a horrible thing to live with but i couldn't help but LOL : /
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In world news — NATO air strikes in Libya continue to fail in shifting the balance of fighting on the ground. France 24 reports, some want NATO to do more.
“In Libya itself, the rebels have called for more attacks on Gaddafi’s ground forces. France and the U.K. will be pushing for this Thursday’s NATO conference in Berlin. There’s been calls from politicians on both sides of the Atlantic for the U.S. to make more use of its aircraft, such as the 81 Warthog, which is ideally suited against ground-based targets.”
Still in world news — Syrian violence continue to grow, as the country enters its fourth week of civil unrest. Amnesty International says 171 people have died as a result. But Reuters reports, a deal has been struck to restore calm. Authorities have agreed to withdraw the feared secret police, replacing them with army patrols, and to free imprisoned pro-democracy protesters. (Video: Al Jazeera)
In U.S. news — Congress is set to vote today on last Friday’s budget compromise. Tucson’s KMSB sums up the stakes.
“The president says the budget deal before Congress today is a compromise - to help the government live within its means. But some members of his own party say they'll vote "no" - saying the cuts go too far. And some Republicans say they'll vote "no" too - because the cuts don't go far enough. If - together - all those "no" votes block the deal, congress would be back to square one - facing a shutdown again.”
In sports -- Baseball’s all-time home run king is now convicted felon. A jury found Barry Bonds guilty of obstructing a federal investigation. Here’s KCNC.
“A federal jury found the former slugger guilty of obstruction of justice but dead locked on three charges that he lied to a grand jury about steroid use. The defense and the prosecution are due back in court in May. Bonds’ lawyers will try and have the conviction tossed. It carries a sentence up to 10 years in prison.”
New York Daily News believes Americans lost interest in the trial, saying this case ended as “muddled” as the discussion of steroids in baseball today.
Still in sports -- LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant will have to pay up for shouting a homophobic slur at a referee during a game this week. The LGBTQ community had demanded an apology. KCPQ explains Byrant’s consequences.
“The NBA commissioner David Stern fined Bryant 100 thousand dollars for using a homophobic slur. Bryant was reacting to a foul called against him. The ref then called a technical foul on Bryant, who later apologized. Bryant says the remark was out of frustration in the heat of the game, and that it shouldn't be taken literally. Civil rights groups are pushing Bryant to issue a more expansive apology.”
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