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Fox News Host Suing Hasbro Over Toy Hamster With Same Name Harris Faulkner
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Fox News host Harris Faulkner has a rodent problem. And she wants $5 million because of it.

In a lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in New Jersey, Faulkner is suing Hasbro because she says a "Little Toy Shop" hamster shares her name and likeness. The toy is also deemed a choking hazard, the suit says, which causes Faulkner distress for being associated with "harming small children."

She calls out "complexion, the shape of its eyes, and the design of its eye makeup" as evidence that the company stole her identity.

To be fair, the hamster does share the same name. But as far as looks go, you can decided that for yourself.

If you want to own your own little piece of Fox News history, Ebay has an original Harris Faulkner for $40.52.

Via: SFist
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Prepare yourself for some serious secondhand rage.

This video shows a group known as Critical Mass, an international cyclist advocacy group, driving into oncoming traffic on the wrong side of the road in San Francisco.

One cyclist slowing inches his way toward a Zipcar and practically throws himself on the bumper.

"You f*cking hit my bike!" he shouts, as other cyclists surround the car and yell at the driver. The driver, obviously threatened, pulls away and tries to escape before a cyclist hits the car multiple times with a U-lock.

The group's website encourages cyclists to "remember that pleasure and friendliness are more subversive than anger and blaming."

Well, somehow this gang didn't get the message.

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This driver better be glad he pulled this stunt in Canada.

In an intense video, police officers can be seen ordering a man out of his giant truck as he continually rams back and forth into two police cruisers.

The chaotic encounter happened after midnight on Saturday at an impaired-driving checkpoint in Salt Spring Island, Canada, according to Times Colonist.

Cops tried to break in the vehicle with their batons, but it doesn't even seem to faze the driver.

Byyyyyeeeeeeeeee!

After speeding away, the driver was found inside the overturned vehicle clutching an axe and trying to set the truck on fire, according to police. After a several hour stand-off, he was apprehended under the Mental Health Act.

Dang, rough night.

Via: BBC News
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Hi, I'm Martine Croxall, and I am invisible.

This BBC News anchor accidentally stood in front of the wrong camera Monday night, so viewers were left staring at an empty chair.

She handled it very well, however, and instructed everyone to "pretend like you haven't noticed."

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I guess you could call this Car-ma?

A woman in Kansas City drove a stolen SUV into a building last week while being chased by police.

Not only did she crash, but she also took most of the building down with her.

She survived the incident, and the building was vacant so no one else was hurt.

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Snow news is good news, right?

After this week's Snowmageddon in Buffalo, here's a nice collection of snow-related news bloopers to keep you entertained while you thaw.

Via: Marek Riha
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So sad, yet so cute.

Watch this ferret totally try to steal the spotlight from all those clumsy cats.

Show 'em how it's done ferret!

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