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A group of Dallas Cowboys fans are petitioning President Barack Obama to remove ineffective owner Jerry Jones, according to a hilariously true report.

  • President Obama Picture
  • Jerry Jones Photo

The Dallas Morning News was the first to notice that a man from Ft. Benning, Ga., petitioned President Obama to remove Jones from power over the Cowboys.

The petition, housed on the White House website (as is the big Texas secession petition) and filed under the category of "Human Rights," urges the following:

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Vilma Soltesz, a 425-pound New York woman, died from kidney failure after three separate airlines, citing weight-related complications, wouldn't let her on board.

She was trying "to come back home to get her treatment," according to her husband, Janos.

Vilma, a 56-year-old resident of the Bronx, used a wheelchair to get around because she only had one leg, and was plagued by kidney disease and diabetes.

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She didn't win any Academy Awards. Or any Grammys. Or any Emms. Or release any albums. Or - shockingly - star in any sex tapes.

But Kim Kardashian was still the most searched-for celebrity on Bing this year, reclaiming the top spot she also "earned" in 2010.

  • Kim Kardashian Smile
  • Dreamy Justin Bieber
  • Miley Cyrus with a Hat

This year's Top 10 starts with Kim and includes newcomers such as Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift.

Bumped from 2011's list? Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Megan Fox, and Lady Gaga.

Read on for the complete Top 10, according to Bing Trends, and ask yourself: What does Kim's ranking say about this country?

  1. Kim Kardashian
  2. Justin Bieber
  3. Miley Cyrus
  4. Rihanna 
  5. Lindsay Lohan
  6. Katy Perry
  7. Selena Gomez
  8. Jennifer Aniston
  9. Nicki Minaj
  10. Taylor Swift

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A Fox News anchor abruptly ended an interview on Monday after a guest, author Thomas Ricks, blatantly started criticizing the alleged news network.

Jon Scott was interviewing Ricks about his book, The Generals, when Ricks accused Fox News of "hyping" the recent attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi.

Scott questioned why Ricks would make such a claim when the attack resulted in the deaths of four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.

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In an incident that sounds as if it was taken out of a movie script, beauty queen Maria Susana Flores Gamez was gunned down Saturday in a shootout between members of a drug cartel and military patrolmen.

According to The Associated Press, Gamez was traveling with the former group when guns were drawn. An assault rifle was discovered near her body.

"She was with the gang of criminals, but we cannot say whether she participated in the shootout," says state prosecutor Marco Antonio Higuera. "That's what we're going to have to investigate."

Maria Susana Flores Gamez Pic

Gamez was voted the 2012 Woman of Sinaloa in February. She then lost a subsequent pageant that would have put her on track to compete for Mexico in Miss Universe.

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In addition to giving you cancer and other horrible lung diseases, smoking rots the brain by damaging memory, learning and reasoning, according to a new study.

Smoking Rots Brain

King's College London looked at 8,800 people over 50 who showed high blood pressure and were overweight, but who also showed neurological effects.

Researchers, who said lifestyles impact the mind as well as the body, were investigating links between the likelihood of a heart attack or stroke and the brain.

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Today is Cyber Monday. Or as those under 35 who shop online all the time anyway call it, Monday.

The term Cyber Monday was coined in 2005 by a trade group that noticed online sales spiked the Monday following Thanksgiving, kicking off the holiday season.

Silly as the term seems in 2012, the trend is no joke.

Cyber Monday 2012

It's estimated that this year's Cyber Monday will be the biggest online shopping day of the year, and in recorded retail history, for the third year in a row.

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The legal war between Samsung and Apple took another interesting turn last week when the latter was ordered to cough up some key trade secrets.

Naturally, Team Apple responded to the ruling like civil, reasonable adults ... not.

Apple-Samsung

Thursday, a judge ordered Apple to hand over info about their patent deal with HTC to Samsung, which demanded to see the agreement between the two companies.

Samsung believes this could potentially help their defense in Apple's ongoing crusade to get most of Samsung's biggest products removed from stores ASAP.

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The Texas secession petition has inspired one man, Larry Scott Kilgore, to change his middle name to “SECEDE” ... yes, all caps. Meet Larry SECEDE Kilgore.

SECEDE

The former Larry Scott Kilgore, a long-standing Republican candidate from Arlington, Tex., also revealed that he will run for governor of Texas in 2014.

That's probably the case whether Texas' secession plans succeed or not, we're guessing.

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Two Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders shaved their heads and went bald in solidarity with the team's head coach Chuck Pagano, who has been battling leukemia.

Colts cheerleader Megan M. had her head shaved by Blue, the Colts' mascot, during the team's 20-13 win over the visiting Buffalo Bills this weekend.

Shortly after the players went bald to show support for their coach, who lost his hair while undergoing treatment, Blue tweeted at the team's cheerleaders.

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