|Reid apologizes for remarks at Asian business group event but loses an endorsement|
|Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has apologized for making racially insensitive jokes at an event Thursday sponsored by the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce, but perhaps too late for group members who later didn’t endorse Reid’s pick for Nevada lieutenant governor.|
|Pam Anderson criticizes ALS ice bucket challenge|
|One celeb you won’t see being dunked with an ice bucket for the viral ALS challenge is Pamela Anderson. According to Us weekly the “Baywatch” star took to social media to criticize the charity campaign that has raised millions for Lou Gehrig’s disease research.|
|University of New Mexico soccer coach suspended for week over hazing|
|The University of New Mexico women's soccer coach Kit Vela has been suspended for a week without pay and 22 players will be suspended for one game over a hazing incident.|
|Food stamp fraud rampant: GAO report|
|Americans receiving food stamps were caught selling and bartering their benefits online for art, housing and cash, according to a new federal report that investigates fraud in the nation’s largest nutrition support program.|
|Feds ban school’s beloved "pink cookie"|
|School children in Elyria, Ohio are mourning the demise of a 40-year tradition – the loss of their beloved pink cookie. The fabled cookie was done in by a pound of butter, six cups of powdered sugar and the Obama administration’s food police.|
|Missouri cop was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown, says source|
|Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo., police officer whose fatal shooting of Michael Brown touched off more than a week of demonstrations, suffered severe facial injuries and was nearly beaten unconscious by Brown moments before firing his gun, a source close to the department's top brass told FoxNews.com.|
|Obama Stands Alone: Even the media are baffled by his deepening isolation|
|All the criticism about him playing golf and being at Martha’s Vineyard is kind of a code for his supposedly being unplugged from the job.|
|‘Very dangerous’: Pentagon says armed Chinese jet did ‘barrel roll’ over US aircraft|
|A Chinese jet fighter flew dangerously close to a U.S. Navy P-8 anti-submarine warfare aircraft near Japan this week in an encounter that highlights China’s continued aggressiveness in the region.|
|Rapper Iggy Azalea falls off stage|
|Iggy Azalea has tumbled off the stage during an MTV Video Music Awards benefit concert.|
There is no immediate word if the Australian rapper was injured.
|Streets of Ferguson stay calm after nights of violent protests|
|A small stream of protesters marched in the St. Louis suburb as night fell Friday, but instead of confrontations with police, several stopped to talk one-on-one with officers about the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown and tactics used by authorities during previous demonstrations.|
|Georgia dad files lawsuit to bring gun to daughter’s elementary school|
|MyFoxAtlanta.com reported Friday that the lawsuit claims that the principal told Hugh Myers that he could not bring his gun onto the campus of Beulah Elementary School other than when he is dropping off or picking up his daughter.|
|Iceland says subglacial eruption is under way|
|Iceland's Meteorological Office says a subglacial eruption is underway at the Bardarbunga volcano, which has been rattled by thousands of earthquakes over the past week.|
|Is Cameron Diaz ready to marry rocker Benji Madden?|
|Strolling hand-in-hand along the cobbled streets of Positano, on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden turned every head they passed last month. But it wasn’t just the star-wattage that had locals coughing into their cappuccinos — the unlikely couple’s predilection for PDA also caused ripples along the Italian coast.|
|10 awesome things you didn't know your phone could do|
|Friends don’t let friends have smartphone skill envy. Here are some of my favorite secrets buried in your phone settings that you probably don't know, but will use now.|
|The President's Ferguson polling problems|
|How do African Americans view President Obama’s response to the situation in Ferguson?|
|Obama's Use Of ISIL, Not ISIS, Tells Another Story|
|10 best end-of-summer new car deals|
|As summer winds down, dealerships are eager to clear out the remaining 2014 models.|
|'MythBusters' fan favorites Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara axed from show|
|"MythBusters" axes show favorites.|
|The new street drug to watch: Acetyl fentanyl|
|Emergency doctors may soon see larger numbers of patients who appear to have overdosed on heroin, but have actually taken a relatively new and deadly designer drug called acetyl fentanyl, a researcher says|
|SpaceX rocket explodes during launch; no injuries|
|An unmanned SpaceX rocket exploded shortly after launch on a test flight at the company's Central Texas development site.|
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