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Wiz Khalifa sued It’s My Party Inc. for $1 million because they canceled a concert he was set to do at George Mason University. Wiz claims he was promised $85,000 and a percentage of the profits, but decided to sue for $1 million because the cancelation was allegedly harmful to his reputation. Unfortunately for Wiz, the lawsuit was dismissed because It’s My Party Inc. said he never actually signed the contract. [TMZ]


Five people died and 17 were injured in a car crash that involved the Border Patrol. Authorities say the Border Patrol attempted to pull over a Chevrolet Tahoe with 18 passengers for an immigration check, but the car never stopped. “Preliminary reports indicate that the driver of the Tahoe lost control on the exit ramp and rolled the vehicle, resulting in multiple fatalities and injuries,” said the agency. Those injured still remain in the hospital. [LA Times]

Republican Chris Nogy is disappointed that the American people cannot freely shoot those in political office who are crossing the line. In the April Benton County Republican Party Newsletter, Nogy said, “The 2nd amendment means nothing unless those in power believe you would have no problem simply walking up and shooting them if they got too far out of line ad stopped responding as representative. Personally, I think a gun is quicker and more merciful, but hey, we can’t.” Nogy’s letter is a response to Republican lawmakers who voted in favor of Medicaid expansion. Nogy believes Medicaid expansion is a “threat domestic.”  [Huffington Post]

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