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The FBI might be in some trouble. A federal review of old criminal cases revealed that nearly 30 death penalty convictions may have been mistakenly linked to defendants from exaggerated scientific testimony from FBI forensic experts. Read about it, here…[Washington Post]

Umm…this is awkward. Kristina Michelle Brown, 23, allegedly attempted to stab her neighbor in Oklahoma while screaming, “Do you want to die?” When police asked her why she was trying to harm her neighbor, she said, “I had sex with my cat and everyone knows.” Her neighbor had no connection to that event, but Brown was so upset that people knew, that she just lashed out. O….kay….[Gawker]

In 2011, Abdulrahman, the son of the American-Yemeni imam Anwar al-Awlaki, associated with an attempted bombing on Christmas Day 2009, was killed by a U.S. drone. Now his grandfather, Nasser al-Awlaki, who is a university official and politician in Yemen, is demanding answers from the U.S. about the killing of the 16-year-old. “The United States government has refused to explain why Abdulrahman was killed,” Awlaki writes in his New York Times op-ed “The Drone That Killed My Grandson.” Read it here…[NYT]

How sad! Just three weeks before her due date, Olympic runner Meskerem Legesse suffered from a heart attack and collapsed on the floor on a restaurant on Monday. Legesse was with her 2-year-old son at the time and when she collapsed, someone performed CPR on her before the ambulance came and rushed her to Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, where she lived. Fortunately, the doctors were able to save her baby. [DailyMail UK]