Nov 21, 2012

New York Daily News: Paula Broadwell is seen looking 'very sexy'

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Femme fatale Paula Broadwell bears a striking resemblance to Angelina Jolie's Tomb Raider character in these pictures posing with a submachine gun in Virginia.
Gilberto Valle, 28 — who allegedly kept a database of at least 100 women he plotted to rape, cook and eat — planned the freakish feast with one of his online conspirators earlier this year, prosecutors said. "I'm planning on getting me some girl meat," he wrote to his pal on Feb. 9.
Jack Taylor scored 138 points to shatter the NCAA scoring record in Division III Grinnell's 179-104 victory over Faith Baptist Bible on Tuesday.
Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, a Pakistani citizen, was one of 10 gunmen who rampaged through the streets of India's financial capital for three days in November 2008, killing 166 people.

Bomb rips through bus in Tel Aviv, wounding at least 10: officials
Gunman in 2008 Mumbai terror attack hanged
The Pill over the counter?
Volcano erupts for second time in less than four months
Landlord accused of gross negligence in preparing for Sandy
Seventh soldier found guilty in connection with suicide of Pvt. Chen

Nets fall to Lakers, see streak end at five
Hoosiers win Legends Classic at Barclays in OT
Healthy D'Antoni cheered in Lakers debut
Mehta: Jets problem is lack of talent, not Rex
Burress gets another shot at NFL with Steelers
Weiss: RU cashes in but can't bank on Big Ten wins

Rivals don't fear 'Today' revival under new boss
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis' romantic night in Rome
Fiona Apple postpones tour to be with dying dog
Ariel Winter to remain under temporary care of older sister
Rihanna apologizes to press for 777 tour mayhem
SEE: Octomom's kids rock out on Christmas song

'John Doe Duffel Bag' questioned by police
'Cannibal Cop' craved 'some girl meat' on Thanksgiving: prosecutors
Hedge fund manager arrested in $276M insider trading bust
Police bust lucrative city escort service
Murder suspect throws water on his lawyer
Cops looking for 'John Doe Duffel Bag' in serial killer case

Rivals don't fear 'Today' revival under new boss
Farber: Rihanna puts on big show in small space
'Ink Master' recap: A good pair beats two of a kind
Flo Rida will ride with News at Thanksgiving Day Parade
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis' romantic night in Rome
Fiona Apple postpones tour to be with dying dog

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Editors Picks
Rivals don't fear 'Today' revival under new boss
New "Today" honcho Alexandra Wallace was so fed up with working at NBC News that as recently as last summer, she made the rounds applying for jobs at nearly every other major TV news network in town, multiple sources tell Confidenti@l.
Bomb rips through bus in Tel Aviv, wounding at least 10: officials
The blast came amid a weeklong Israeli offensive against Palestinian militants in Gaza that has killed more than 130 Palestinians. Militant rocket fire into Israel has killed five Israelis.
Hamas death wish
When a truce is finally brokered to end Hamas' attacks on Israel, the terror group's bloody, criminal madness will stand fully exposed before the world.
The myth of a 'pragmatic' Hamas
Kirchick: The ongoing conflagration in the Gaza Strip makes one wonder if some have forgotten the very basics of the English language. As of press time, a ceasefire was reported to be in effect.
Tom's oil slick
As sole trustee of the state retirement system, Controller Tom DiNapoli needs to get through his head that he has one responsibility — to boost the value of the pension funds through prudent investing.
Hope for fair immigration reform
Immigration reform now seems likely. The question now is what kind of reform. One that provides a simple and straightforward path to U.S. citizenship for undocumented workers or one that makes them wait years and years for permanent legal status?
Don't go away mad
Such has been dissatisfaction with President Obama's reelection that some have used a White House website, "We the People," to petition for secession from the United States. The petition for Texas has 115,000 signees.
Let's talk more about abortion
Cupp: This past weekend, I was down in Washington and had a chance to talk to some Republican lawmakers and strategists on Capitol Hill about the trouncing we took in the presidential election.
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