Campaigning in Michigan Thursday night, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney reached out to Tea Party voters — a segment of the party that he's had a hard time winning over in previous states during this primary season.
As Syrian security forces continue to pound the city of Homs and surrounding areas, "the United States, Europe and Arab countries were set Friday to back a proposal for Syria's president to step aside and allow in humanitarian assistance to end a brutal crackdown against opponents," The Associated Press writes.
A man walked into a Denny's in Madison, Wis., and said he was the new manager. The manager on site said he must have the wrong place. The new guy mentioned a memo. Then he cooked himself a cheeseburger and fries. While he was cooking, the actual manager called police.
Taken from the police refrigerator in Deer Park, Texas, were drinks, lunches and 60 lbs. of deer meat. Police placed a hidden video camera in the ceiling and caught the officer, who said he was just cleaning the fridge. The officer has been suspended.
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President Obama put tax reform back on the table this week. He called for changes to the corporate tax system. Tax rates would go down for companies, deductions would go away - many of them, and companies with overseas operations would find it a little harder not to pay.