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This Is Important, You Should Watch It of the Day: Rare and disturbing footage of everyday life inside the besieged Syrians city of Homs, courtesy of an intrepid French photojournalist, identified only as "Mani" by Britain's Channel 4.

This shocking video aired Wednesday alongside an interview with Mani, which can be seen here. "

"While the world has become used to grainy shaky and gruesome foo

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Badvertisment of the Day: Chris Duncan says he was casually browsing Facebook last night when he stumbled upon a familiar face in one of the website's ubiquitous ads.

Staring back at him from some scammy looking insurance comparison site banner was none-other-than infamous 9/11 ringleader Mohamed Atta.

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I, For One, Etc. of the Day: Owner teaches pet cat to sign for his supper, clearly oblivious to the fact that he has doomed us all.

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Political Contribution of the Day: Bill Maher may have been standing on stage at his own comedy show, but when he brought out a check for $1 million to hand over to an Obama Super PAC, he wasn't kidding around.

The talk show host was performing his "CrazyStupidPolitics" show in San Jose as part of a first-of-its-kind live-streamed comedy concert for

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All Or None of the Day: A Civil District Court judge in Dallas has announced that she will no longer be performing marriage ceremonies until Texas recognizes the right of same-sex couples to marry.

Speaking at a meeting of the Stonewall Democrats of Dallas, Judge Tonya Parker -- the first lesbian elected county judge in Dallas -- said she believes it is "oxy

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Dingo Death Inquest of the Day: The world's most famous case of alleged dingo-related death has been reopened in Australia.

A fourth inquest into the death of baby Azaria Chamberlain, whom her parents believe was killed by a dingo in 1980, was lau

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