Senator Rand Paul’s Son Arrested For Allegedly Being Intoxicated The 19-year-old son of Sen. Rand Paul and grandson of former presidential candidate Ron Paul was arrested Saturday morning for allegedly being intoxicated at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport.
William Hilton Paul arrived in Charlotte, N.C., on a U.S. Airways flight from Lexington, Ky., where his father is a U.S. senator.
According to Lt. Blake Hollar with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Paul was intoxicated when he arrived at the airport and said “he was possibly served alcohol on the flight.”
Alex Jones ‘detained by TSA agents because he refused to take his shoes off’ Conservative radio talk-show host Alex Jones had an altercation with TSA officials as he tried to go through the security check-point at a Texas airport this evening.
The conspiracy theorist and controversial figure, who was heading to New York to speak on live TV with CNN’s Piers Morgan, said that the TSA agents addressed him by name and required him to take his shoes off.
When Jones refused, the officers threatened to detain him; Jones went so far as to allege that the agents could have planted something to set off the metal detector when he was being screened.
Lenovo to Release Giant 27-inch ‘Coffee Table PC’ LAS VEGAS (AP) — Dismayed that family members are spread out over the house, each with a separate PC or tablet? Lenovo has something it believes will get them back together: a PC the size of a coffee table that works like a gigantic tablet and lets four people use it at once.
Lenovo Group Ltd., one of the world’s largest PC makers, is calling the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC the first “interpersonal computer” – as opposed to a “personal computer.”
At first glance, it looks like a regular all-in-one machine in the vein of the iMac: It’s a 27-inch screen with the innards of a Windows 8 computer built into it, and it can stand up on a table.
But you can pick it up off the table, unhook the power cord and lay it flat for games of “Monopoly.” It’s big enough to fit four people around it, and the screen can respond to ten fingers touching it at the same time.
Snoop Dogg: ‘I would love to show’ my kids how to smoke weed Forget the birds and the bees. When Snoop Lion’s children grow up, he wants to sit them down and chat about the buds and the buzz.
“It’s not that I would ever push weed on our kids,” the rapper formerly known as Snoop Dogg said in the January issue of GQ, “but if they wanted to, I would love to show them how, the right way, so that way they won’t get nothing put in their s— or overdose or trying some s— that ain’t clean.”
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Snoop, real name Calvin Broadus, has never been shy about his love for marijuana, and it’s one that he would have no problem sharing with the next generation, he said.
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For some reason, Al Roker admitted his most embarrassing moment, with a straight face, last night on “Dateline”: “I pooped my pants.”
The messy incident occurred while Roker was covering a White House event just a month after his March 2002 gastric bypass operation.
“I probably went off and ate something I wasn’t supposed to. And as I’m walking to the press room, [I’m thinking] well, I gotta pass a little gas here. I’m walking by myself. Who’s gonna know? Only a little something extra came out. I pooped my pants.”
“You Pooped your pants,” confirmed the interviewer, deadpan.
“I threw out the underwwear and went commando,” continued Roker.
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Patrick Dempsey: Winning bid for coffee-shop chain ‘just felt right’ Watch an interview with Patrick Dempsey tonight at 7 p.m. ET on CNN’s “Erin Burnett OutFront.”
(CNN) — “Grey’s Anatomy” star Patrick Dempsey thinks he’s just what the doctor ordered for a struggling Seattle-based coffee chain.
Dempsey said he won the bid to buy Tully’s Coffee, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October. The company, citing “rising commodity prices and challenging lease economics,” said it planned to close a number of underperforming coffee shop locations as part of its reorganization.
Dempsey’s company, which said it beat out six other bidders, including Starbucks, will pay $9.15 million for Tully’s.
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San Francisco Police: Man Set Fire to Girlfriend San Francisco police are looking for a man suspected of throwing a flammable liquid at his girlfriend and setting her on fire.
Officer Carlos Manfredi says witnesses in the city’s Bayview District reported hearing the woman screaming on Sunday. She was taken to a hospital burn unit.
PHOTO: Dexter Oliver, 22, of San Francisco is suspected of throwing a flammable liquid at his ex-girlfriend and severely burning her on Jan. 6, 2013.
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Investigators believe her attacker was 22-year-old Dexter Oliver.
Manfredi says Oliver had a “dating relationship” with the woman, but he did not know the circumstances that led to the attack.
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Senators Got 154-Page ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Bill 3 Minutes Before Voting on It (CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Senate voted 89-8 to approve legislation to avoid the fiscal cliff despite having only 3 minutes to read the 154-page bill and budget score.
Multiple Senate sources have confirmed to CNSNews.com that senators received the bill at approximately 1:36 AM on Jan. 1, 2013 – a mere three minutes before they voted to approve it at 1:39 AM.
The bill is 154-pages and includes several provisions that are unrelated to the fiscal cliff, including repealing a section of ObamaCare, extending the wind-energy tax credit, and a rum tax subsidy deal for Puerto Rican rum makers.
President Obama could get 3 terms if H.J.Res 15 abolishes term limits mericans around the nation were shocked Friday as they heard about H.J.Res. 15. H.J.Res 15 proposes an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the Twenty-second Amendment. This would remove the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President. Rep. José Serrano (D- NY15) introduced the controversial joint resolution on Friday, the second day of the 2013 legislative session.
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