daily dos: president obama on trayvon martin, drake's bar mitzvah, and kim kardashian gets floured

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daily dos: president obama on trayvon martin, drake's bar mitzvah, and kim kardashian gets floured

  • "I think all of us have to do some soul-searching to figure out how something like this happens," President Obama told reporters about the Trayvon Martin case. However, no soul searching is needed for Geraldo Rivera. This morning on Fox & Friends he said, "I think the hoodie is as much responsible for Trayvon Martin's death as George Zimmerman was." He followed this statement with a message to the parents of children of color, "unless it's raining out, or you're at a track meet, leave the hoodie home."

    (Image by Jym Ferrier via Flickr.)
  • Paulina Rubio shows off her legs and Espinoza Paz shows off his braces in a new music video, "Me Voy."
  • "That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me." Kim Kardashian on being flour bombed as she walked the red carpet during the launch party of her new signature perfume. The "mystery woman" who tossed a plastic bag of white powder at Kardashian was detained, but Kardashian did not press charges.

    (Frazer Harrison/Getty)
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  • Drake is reenacting his bar mitzvah in his new video for “HYFR (Hell Ya F*ckin’ Right)”. The X directed video will have cameos by Trey Songz, Birdman, DJ Khaled, and Weezy.

  • You might remember IBM’s Watson supercomputer from when he won on Jeopardy. Now he is helping doctors treat cancer patients. Doctors will be able to ask Watson questions such as “What's the best treatment for Jane's stage-three breast cancer?" and Watson will provide "evidence-based statistically-ranked responses."
  • Just days after New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was handed a year-long suspension for his involvement in a bounty program, New Orleans sports are in the news once more for rough play: Hornets center Jason Smith is awaiting a suspension after his hockey-style hip check on Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin last night.
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  • Cross-stitched iPhone cases are the newest trend. Luckily, these can be made at home.
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