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On Thursday, 24-year-old Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez opened fire on two military sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee, leaving four dead Marines in his wake before being killed by police. Investigators are calling this “domestic terrorism.” Abdulazeez was a practicing Muslim whose family reportedly were Jordanians who emigrated from Kuwait to the U.S. Domestic terrorism, huh?

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In Las Vegas in 1976, comedian Bill Cosby gave Quaaludes to a woman half his age and then had sex with her. The woman was one of 12 Jane Does listed in a 2005 sexual abuse lawsuit brought against Cosby by Andrea Constand, who said Cosby drugged her and raped her in 2004. Cosby settled the lawsuit in 2006. This week, The Associated Press reported on the Quaalude testimony, in which Cosby admitted he gave the “powerful, now-banned sedative to unidentified others.” So much for Cosby’s good-guy image.

Twitter users offer eight hilarious questions for Hillary Clinton’s first interview

Ahead of Hillary Clinton’s Tuesday appearance on CNN, her first national television interview of the 2016 election season, Twitter users beautifully trolled the former first lady using the hashtag #CNNHillaryQuestions. Here are eight essential questions the Twitterverse wants Clinton to answer.