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Two Police Officers Rap and Sing Katy Perry's

Two Police Officers Rap and Sing Katy Perry's "Dark Horse"

Two Texas police officers become viral video stars for lip synching to Katy Perry's 2013 hit "Dark Horse" while driving in their squad car. Read More »

Air Force Vet's Wife Pays Firefighters' $123 Grocery Bill

Air Force Vet's Wife Pays Firefighters' $123 Grocery Bill

Leaving groceries to answer an emergency call, they came back to find them paid for.

An anonymous Air Force wife paid for the Memorial Day weekend groceries of some firefighters in Vacaville, Calif. Station 71 already has paid it forward. Read More »

Top Marine Ducks Friendly Fire On Pay Issue

Top Marine Ducks Friendly Fire On Pay Issue

Guns or butter? Military faces cuts in compensation or weaponry

Cuts in benefits will raise discipline? Maybe not. Marines are talking back to the brass after Congress hears they’d prefer better guns to more butter. Read More »

'Bully' Judge Kicks Lawyer Out For Knee Brace And Shorts

'Bully' Judge Kicks Lawyer Out For Knee Brace And Shorts

It's the latest in a heated relationship between the judge and local attorneys

A Dallas lawyer gets kicked out of court by a "bully" judge who wouldn't let him appear in shorts and a leg brace a week after reconstructive knee surgery. Read More »

Court Stenographer Keeps Typing in Transcripts:

Court Stenographer Keeps Typing in Transcripts: "I Hate My Job"

Dozens of cases may be in jeopardy as a result

A court reporter allegedly typed gibberish into official documents in 30 Manhattan cases, opening the door to letting defendants go free on a technicality. Read More »

911 Operator Saves Her Father's Life -- Her First Day On The Job

The voice on the other end was familiar

A new 911 operator gets a call from her aunt because her father has gone into diabetic shock. A cool head and good training help save her dad's life. Read More »

Volunteer Firefighter Tries To Beat Back Blaze -- By Himself

Volunteer Firefighter Tries To Beat Back Blaze -- By Himself

Budget cuts decimated the town's paid fire department

A Washington Park, Ill. volunteer firefighter found himself trying to control a fire for 40 minutes until help arrived because the town laid off its paid staff. Read More »

Firefighter Handcuffed for Doing His Duty

Firefighter Handcuffed for Doing His Duty

California firefighter refuses officer's demand to move engine

A California Highway Patrol officer handcuffed a 12-year veteran fireman during an rescue at an accident scene for not moving the fire engine when ordered. Read More »

NYC Sanitation Worker Gets Dumped for Taking a $20 Tip

NYC Sanitation Worker Gets Dumped for Taking a $20 Tip

Forfeits $70,000+ job for accepting gratuity from grateful resident

A 25-year New York City sanitation worker was forced into retirement, losing a job that paid almost $74,000, and fined $1,500 because he took a $20 tip. Read More »

H.S. Cyber Security Program Aims To Recruit Girls, Minorities With Fun, Ethical Hacking Skills

H.S. Cyber Security Program Aims To Recruit Girls, Minorities With Fun, Ethical Hacking Skills

iForCE trains teens for in-demand IT security jobs

iForCE hopes to get kids jobs in information security that pay up to $40 an hour - right out of high school. Read More »

Here's How 106 NYC First Responders Could Scam Social Security

Here's How 106 NYC First Responders Could Scam Social Security

And the scam could have involved hundreds more

More than 100 former first responders were indicted on alleged Social Security fraud. Here's how they might have pulled it off and done a system end run. Read More »

Newtown Officer With Sandy Hook-Related PTSD Claim Faces Dismissal

Police union calls inadequate insurance the issue

A Newtown police officer who was a first responder to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting says he is in danger of being fired because of his PTSD. Read More »

Cory Booker's First Week On the Job As U.S. Senator

Cory Booker's First Week On the Job As U.S. Senator

Booker goes to Washington a celebrity and senator

Former Newark Mayor Cory Booker is learning the rules of being a U.S. Senator like anyone starting a new job. A reporter shadowed him on his first week in D.C. Read More »

Furloughed Fed Workers Could Be Fired for Smartphone Use

Furloughed Fed Workers Could Be Fired for Smartphone Use

Because of a 19th-century law, furloughed federal employees are prohibited from working voluntarily, which also means no use of government-issued technology like smartphones. Read More »

New Fed Rules To Boost Hiring Of Veterans, Disabled Workers

New Fed Rules To Boost Hiring Of Veterans, Disabled Workers

The rules could make it easier for vets and disabled workers to find work.

The rules could make it easier for vets and disabled workers to find work. Read More »

NASA Astronaut Wrote A Limerick To Get Hired [VIDEO]

And he recites it for the press.

NASA's new hires reveal just what it takes to get the coveted spot. Read More »

Ex-Army Inspector Accused Of Stealing Troops' IDs In Loan Scam

James Roberts Jones even allegedly stole the identity of a soldier killed in combat. Read More »

Uruguay President, Jose Mujica, Donates Most Of His Pay To Charity

Uruguay President, Jose Mujica, Donates Most Of His Pay To Charity

If the world has an impoverished president, it may be Jose Mujica, the current head of state in Uruguay, the South American nation of some 3.3 million people that's about the size of Washington state. As BBC News reports, President Mujica (pictured above) shunned the luxurious house that Uruguay provides... Read More »

Women At War: Pentagon Is Easing Its Job Limits

Women At War: Pentagon Is Easing Its Job Limits

By Lolita C. Baldor WASHINGTON (AP) -- New orders from the Pentagon: The military on Thursday formally opened thousands of jobs to women in units that are closer to the front lines than ever before, reflecting what's already been going on as female American soldiers fight and die next to their male comrades. Read More »

Looking For A Government Career? Check Out These Top Federal Jobs

Looking For A Government Career? Check Out These Top Federal Jobs

By Lori Michelle Ryan, JIST Publishing Finding and obtaining any job with the federal government can be tough, but how do you know which are the most promising positions to seek? Laurence Shatkin's new book, "150 Best Federal Jobs," breaks down the top federal jobs into several categories, including... Read More »

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