besos: B.o.B.'s new video with Lil Wayne, NYPD officers get busted on Facebook and Earth 2.0

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besos: B.o.B.'s new video with Lil Wayne, NYPD officers get busted on Facebook and Earth 2.0

  • Yes, Lil Wayne is wearing a neon green fanny pack in "Strange Clouds," a new video by B.o.B.
  • In a new campaign ad, Republican presidental hopeful Rick Perry vows to end "Obama's war on religion" moments after saying: "There's something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can't openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school."
  • The most expensive car crash ever? Eight Ferraris and a Lamborghini were banged up in a 14-car crash in Japan. The damage was estimated at over one million dollars.
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  • (Mario Tama/Getty) A group of New York police officers have been outed for participating in a Facebook group page which featured hundreds of racist comments about New York's West Indian Day Parade. In the thread, officers called people “animals” and “savages.” One comment said, “Drop a bomb and wipe them all out.” The NYPD has not initiated an investigation.
  • An earth-like planet has been found orbiting at the right distance around a sun-like star to support life on that planet. Discovered by the powerful Kepler space telescope, the "Earth 2.0" is 600 light years away and one of dozens of possible new earth-like planet discoveries by the telescope.
  • FIFA 12: Liverpool's Andy Carroll making out with the rival goalkeeper after scoring a goal? It's in the game.
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  • (Jim McIsaac/Getty) A New York district attorney announced that despite credible allegations of sexual misconduct with minors commited by former assistant Syracuse basketaball coach Bernie Fine, he cannot bring charges against Fine because the statute of limitations has expired. Police in Syracuse and Pittsburgh are investigating the allegations and looking for other potential victims. Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant coach who was charged with 40 counts of sexual abuse last month, was recently arrested on new charges by two additional accusers.
  • (Getty) British oil giant BP is accusing American energy giant Halliburton of purposefully destroying key evidence related to the explosion on an oil rig in Mexico last year that led to the massive gulf oil spill. The spill, which led to 200 million gallons of oil being released into the Gulf, is considered the worst in U.S. history.
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