Theodore Wafer, the Detroit-area man who shot an unarmed 19-year-old girl on his porch, was convicted of murder. Wafer claimed his home had been repeatedly vandalized and he thought the girl was going to commit a crime. In reality, she was disoriented after a car crash and looking for help.
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- Read a response from Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, to the suggestion put forth by U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner Michael Yaki that college-aged kids do not have sufficiently developed brains to handle free speech.
- Funny Or Die demands equal-pay-for-equal-work in a new video featuring Christina Hendricks of Mad Men.
- John Oliver on haters threatening lawsuits: They "can go fuck themselves."
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