Norway authorities remove child from parents over lost tooth
Mother was helping son pull a T-shirt over his head and accidentally knocked out an already-loose tooth.
by RT
Florida man ordered to remove American flag display draws huge support
Anonymous complaint led to city enforcement of law.
by Fox News

The Secret Life of Gov. Paid Trolls
Do basement dwellers serve a purpose?
Thanks To Obama’s Incompetence, Ebola Is Now Out Of Control In America
Much of the responsibility for the Ebola crisis that the United States is now facing can be laid squarely at the feet of Barack Obama.
by Michael Snyder

TV Pastor Accused Of Forcing Church Members To Get Abortions And Vasectomies
Allegations of sexual abuse were kept internal at church.
by Bob Dyer
US calls for major reinterpretation of international drug laws
UN Drug Control Conventions asked to reinterpret to allow more policy flexibility.
by German Lopez

Worried About Ebola? Then You’re A RACIST!
Liberal arts major proclaims Americans are racist if they fear the spread of the deadly virus.
by Eric Owens
Hillary Hypocrisy Talks About Student Debt, Hits UNLV Foundation For $225K Speaking Fee
Students protest fee amid 20% tuition increase.
by Jeff Dunetz

Secret Service never questioned agent about prostitution scandal
Investigators never questioned senior agent who co-workers say was implicated in a Colombian prostitution scandal.
by Susan Crabtree
Susan G. Komen foundation partners with fracking firm despite claims fracking causes cancer
Oil and gas industry routinely holds back crucial information on certain chemicals…

Iraqi civilian poisons 4 ISIS militants
Tea offered to them by a local resident…
Rand Paul Visits Ferguson Ahead of Fresh Protests
“I wanted to find out what we could do to make the situation better.”
by Michael Scherer

"Save Water" Campaign Urges Students to Urinate in Shared Showers
“This project stands to have a phenomenal impact,” student claims.
by Kit Daniels
Majority of Americans Want Flights Banned From Ebola Countries: Survey
Survey conducted a day before the first person was diagnosed with Ebola inside the U.S.
by Phil Helsel

Comedy club charges per laugh with facial recognition
Software installed on tablets attached to the back of each seat at club.
by Jane Wakefield
Pentagon: US troops to have contact with Ebola virus
Fresh concerns of troops entering high-risk zones.
by Kristina Wong and Sarah Ferris