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1.) Donald Trump is born again.
Donald Trump is determined to have “birtherism” front and center in the 2012 presidential election, calling it the “most important thing” just hours before he was set to attend a fundraiser for the presumptive GOP nominee, Mitt Romney.
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2.) Jerry Sandusky Child sexual Abuse Trial.
Multiple witnesses for the state have described former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky as a deviant sex predator during the first week of his child molestation trial, setting the stage for the defense to begin chipping away at the prosecutors’ case, according to a veteran attorney.
3) Reverend Creflo Dollar accused.
Megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar staunchly denied that he punched and choked his 15-year-old daughter in an argument, telling his congregation the allegations made in a police report are nothing but “exaggeration and sensationalism.”
4) Oprah and 50 Cent.

The beef is over: Oprah and 50 Cent have officially hugged it out.

The duo had quite the tete-a-tete on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” hashing out a number of the conflicts that had led to a six-year feud. Chief among the TV queen’s complaints was the rapper’s criticism that Oprah was creating television for “white women as old as [his] grandmother” — and the fact that he named a female dog after her.

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5) Usher is looking for himself.

That this effort is being praised as Usher’s “best album since 2004′s near-perfect confessions,” probably has more to do with the mediocrity of Here I Stand and Raymond v. Raymond than with Looking.

Billboard touted the disc as a “next-level soul album” and praised its “shimmering keyboard flourishes of EDM,” but these lush descriptions seem like a stretch.

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6) Unlike a virgin.
Sorry Madonna, but haven’t we seen this before?

At her Istanbul concert on Thursday night, the 53-year-old singer flashed a lot of skin, but she didn’t have a wardrobe malfunction.

While performing her hit 1995 song “Human Nature” the singer began stripping off her clothes, first removing her white shirt, before she simply pulled down her bra to give the audience a good look at her right nipple.

7) Romney Spelling Bee

Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign has made yet another embarrassing spelling mistake, the third in a week.

The latest error could be found on the Republican candidate’s Facebook page. A clickable button leading to the campaign’s store, on the top right of his page, was misspelled “2012 OFFICAL GEAR.” Shortly thereafter, that misspelling was removed.

8) Don’t call me in the morning

Now that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is the presumptive Republican nominee for president, contraception no longer rules the national conversation.

But over the past year, many Republican lawmakers have made remarks that show either shocking cluelessness or open hostility to the idea of accessible, affordable birth control for women.

9) Joseph Kony

Deep in the jungle, this small, remote Central African village is farther from the coast than any point on the continent. It’s also where three international armies have zeroed in on Joseph Kony, one of the world’s most wanted warlords.

10) Weed wackers

Just over a month ago, the Connecticut Senate voted 21 to 13 in favor of HB 5389, the Palliative Use of Marijuana Act. The legislation, which allows for the limited use and distribution of cannabis as medicine, comes after federal officials ramped up enforcement actions against state-sanctioned medical marijuana dispensaries last fall, with scores of raids primarily in California.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/01/medical-marijuana-connecticut-17th-state_n_1563206.html

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