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PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for comments about captive American missionary Kenneth Bae in an interview with CNN.
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North Korea's Kim Jong-un has few fans, but one of his biggest just arrived in Pyongyang. Dennis Rodman joined several other former NBA players for an exhibition game against a North Korean team for the amusement of Mr. Kim on Wednesday. This was the North Korean dictator's 31st birthday. Mr. Rodman even sang an off-key rendition of "Happy Birthday" to the Not So Dear Leader before the tipoff at Pyongyang Indoor Stadium.
The family of the Kenneth Bae, the American who’s been imprisoned by North Korea authorities for unclear causes, say they’re in shock and awe over comments made by former basketball great Dennis Rodman, who told a nationally televised audience that the man must have done something wrong to justify his capture.
The determined activists behind Stop Hillary PAC — a grass-roots political action committee founded six months ago solely to deter Hillary Clinton from making a 2016 run for the White House — are still devoted to their task, spokesman Garrett Marquis tells Inside the Beltway.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman defended his decision to travel to North Korea with several other former NBA players to take part in a game on the birthday of Kim Jong-un, the country's leader, saying it is "all about the game."
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President Obama strongly defended National Security Agency surveillance programs on Friday morning but acknowledged that, if unchecked, they could easily be abused.
Paula Deen, the celebrity chef who's fending off a public relations disaster that finds her guilty of racism, now has a couple staunch defenders coming forward — her two sons.