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It seems like just yesterday Prince George was born. Kensington Palace released a new family photograph of the royals on Saturday, featuring the beautiful 8-month-old with his beaming parents Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple’s cocker spaniel, Lupo also makes a special appearance in the delightful photo. The photograph was taken by Jason Bell in mid-March and was unveiled ahead of the family’s upcoming tour to New Zealand and Australia. [E!]

Piers Morgan bid farewell to his 9pm cable news time slot last night, having been ousted by the network due to flagging viewership of his Piers Morgan Live. Piers dedicated his final segment to his career’s latest, greatest cause: U.S. gun control. [Gawker]

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver was arrested Friday after he allegedly struck a bicyclist, attempted to flee the scene and then threatened a witness with brass knuckles after he was cornered, police told a Bay Area television station. Culliver was arrested on suspicion of hit-and-run, reckless driving with injury and weapons possession, San Jose police said. [LA Times]

Rohn Neugebauer, gay man who raised money for organ donation died, is rejected as donor. When Rohn, an otherwise-healthy 48-year-old man, died suddenly of a heart attack on March 16, his family knew he wanted to donate his tissue and organs to someone in need. Just a few months earlier, he had co-hosted a fundraiser for a local organ donation organization, the Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE), that had raised several thousand dollars. Read the entire story here… [Think Progress]

In Brazil, the land of mini bikinis and voluptuous carnival dancers, most people say a woman who shows off her body deserves to be raped, according to a poll that has triggered outrage. Of the 3,810 respondents of both sexes who responded to the government’s Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA) survey released this week, about 2,480 (65%) justified raping women who wear “clothing that shows off the body.” [Yahoo! News]

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