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Mexican Man Thinks BFF is Flirting, Kills Him & Feeds Penis to Dog

By Jason St. Amand | Nov 25
A drunk man from Mexico who shot and killed his best friend and chopped off his pal's penis before feeding it to his dog because he thought his friend was coming on to him, turned himself into police last week when he sobered up.

Gay Groups Outraged By Lack of Indictment for Ferguson Shooting

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 25
As soon as the St. Louis grand jury released their decision not to charge police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown gay groups responded with incredulous outrage, condemning the decision.

Robbie Rogers' Book: Soccer, Faith and Family

By Melissa Murphy | Nov 25
Los Angeles Galaxy soccer star Robbie Rogers wants some company, now that he's the last man standing as an openly gay athlete in a U.S. professional league.

The Reinvention of David Burtka

By Brian Scott Lipton | Nov 25
This actor turned entertainment reporter turned chef returns to New York in a cabaret directed by hubby Neil Patrick Harris.

To Kill a Mockingbird

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 25
Contra Costa Civic Theatre stages the classic about a lawyer trying to defend a black man accused of a crime against a white woman in 1935 Alabama.

Cosby Philanthropy Shadowed By Sexual Allegations

By Lynn Elber | Nov 25
Bill Cosby's record of big donations to colleges and other institutions has been a key part of his rosy public image. But even his generosity can't stand apart from the rising tide of allegations made by women accusing him of sexual assault.

Aretha Franklin Blasts Author of Unauthorized Bio

By Mesfin Fekadu | Nov 25
The Queen of Soul says don't waste your money - or soul - on the recently released unauthorized biography about her.

With No Indictment, Chaos Fills Ferguson Streets

By Jim Salter and David A. Lieb | Nov 25
Smoke billowed from charred buildings as daylight broke over Ferguson on Tuesday and revealed the fallout from the rage that erupted after the announcement that a grand jury declined to indict a white police officer.

The November Man

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 25
Don't let this ludicrous film cool your interest in spy flicks, even though it does pretty much get everything about the genre wrong.

Doubt Grips Portugal After Ex-Premier is Jailed

Nov 25
After he left office three years ago, former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates' home address was a smart apartment in Paris' classy 16th arrondissement.

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