Controversy

Non-profit helps bullied teens get plastic surgery

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The Little Baby Face Foundation, a NYC nonprofit, is offering a controversial service: free plastic surgery for low-income teens with facial deformities. NBC’s Dateline followed the story of four of these teens, including 15-year-old Renata, a young girl who used to compete in beauty pageants, but has been homeschooled for three years because of the torment she received in school.

Sarah Palin responds to critics of dog-stepping pictures: “At least Trig didn’t eat the dog”

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The Palester has fired both barrels back at critics of her son’s doggy two-step. Palin took specific aim at PETA, the animal-rights organization with which she’s had long-standing and very public beefs for about as long as she’s been able to stand publicly. Check out S-Pal’s choice words, and view the infamous photos if you missed them the first time.

Selena Gomez caused controversy by flashing her ankle in a mosque

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Selena Gomez stirred up controversy over exposing a bit of skin this New Year’s. The singer rang in the new year in Abu Dhabi with a host of friends including Kendall Jenner, Cody Simpson and Gigi Hadid, and visited the Abu Dhabi Grand Mosque. Problems arose when the young Americans posted some pics of themselves acting silly in the place of worship, including a shot of Selena showing off a bit of ankle.

 

PHOTOS Ohioan defies city council, keeps Zombie Nativity Scene on full display

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Jasen Dixon, the Cincinnati haunted house magnate who caught hell last week for erecting a Zombie Nativity Scene, is ready to throw hell right back. He’s kept the ZNS erect in full defiance of a local ordinance, which, according to his calculations, is wrong about the decorations in the first place. If you like, you can donate money to this gleeful undead elf for next year’s campaign.