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Firewire from THE BLAZE January 05, 2015
Chaos at Indianapolis Mall Has People Begging for Police — but Wait Until You Read How Many Arrests Were Made
Coordinated brawls, possible gunshots — but no arrests? Just one night after an Ohio movie theater was struck by some 200 brawling youths, WTHR-TV reported that an Indianapolis mall was hit with a similar scenario on Saturday night: young people beating one another in ever-growing crowds. "It... READ MORE.
Mia Love Pulls No Punches When Asked Where She Stands on Obamacare
Martha Raddatz of ABC News' "This Week" sounded and looked a bit incredulous on Sunday when she asked newly-elected House Republican Mia Love if she supports Sen. Ted Cruz's plan to "do everything humanly possible to stop Obamacare." Unaffected by Raddatz' not-so-subtle query, Love replied in a decidedly... READ MORE.

What's an American rocker without some profane braggadocio? In an interview with the Guardian published Saturday, Kid Rock boasted of his wealth in the way only he could. "I'm not just wealthy, I'm loaded," the 43-year-old rocker said. "I can say that because I'm not embarrassed –... READ MORE.

SAN FRANCISCO (TheBlaze/AP) — It's not just that hundreds of airplane passengers took what amounted to a 28-hour overseas's that they spent 12 of those hours sitting in the plane on a tarmac in the Middle East, waiting for takeoff. Yes, the weary passengers eventually reached their destination... READ MORE.

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NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) — They shunned him at the first funeral. They saluted him at Saturday's wake. On Sunday, the shunning resumed. Thousands of city police officers turned their backs Sunday as they watched Mayor Bill de Blasio eulogize an officer shot dead with his partner, repeating... READ MORE.

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