Morning Mix: Breitbart compares Trump with Nixon too, but in its own way

Alaska House rebukes lawmaker who said women get abortions for ‘free trip to the city’; HHS Secretary says police ‘did what they felt was appropriate’ in arresting a West Virginia journalist; In video, Mexican soldier appears to execute detained man; Paris Hilton invented the selfie, according to Paris Hilton; Because nothing says Mother’s Day like romancing Colonel Sanders; 4 Texans face federal hate crime charges, accused of luring robbery victims via Grindr; A radio PSA in Tucson taught listeners how to hide child porn. Then the sheriff heard it.;
 
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Breitbart compares Trump with Nixon too, but in its own way
The lead article on Breitbart’s home page suggested that the same media responsible for bringing down Nixon was now trying to do the same to Trump.
Alaska House rebukes lawmaker who said women get abortions for ‘free trip to the city’
Alaska state Rep. David Eastman’s comments drew widespread criticism.
 
HHS Secretary says police ‘did what they felt was appropriate’ in arresting a West Virginia journalist
Dan Heyman “was causing a disturbance by yelling questions” at HHS Secretary Tom Price and Kellyanne Conway, according to a criminal complaint.
 
In video, Mexican soldier appears to execute detained man
The defense ministry acknowledged that in the video, a soldier appears to shoot a man in custody, an incident that it said must be investigated by federal authorities.
 
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Paris Hilton invented the selfie, according to Paris Hilton
“If a beeper had a camera, I would have taken a selfie with it,” Hilton told W magazine.
 
Because nothing says Mother’s Day like romancing Colonel Sanders
KFC has released a steamy romance e-book, “Tender Wings of Desire,” as part of a Mother’s Day advertising campaign.
 
4 Texans face federal hate crime charges, accused of luring robbery victims via Grindr
The are accused of using Grindr — a dating app for gay men — to target victims.
 
A radio PSA in Tucson taught listeners how to hide child porn. Then the sheriff heard it.
Station-owner Paul Lotsof said he thought that Arizona’s sentencing guidelines for possession of child pornography were too harsh.
 
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