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For May 1, 2012 – UK lawmakers rule Rupert Murdoch not fit to run his company, Occupy calls for 'a day without the 99%' and Nadya Suleman says she's open to porn offer...
• Rupert Murdoch not fit to run his company, UK lawmakers say: "Global media tycoon Rupert Murdoch is not a 'fit and proper person' to run a major international company, British lawmakers investigating phone hacking at his tabloid the News of the World reported Tuesday."
• Occupy calls for 'a day without the 99%': "The Occupy movement is organizing a nationwide protest on Tuesday, asking Americans not to attend work or school on a day that's already a progressive holiday overseas. In what Occupy organizers are calling 'a day without the 99%,' protesters are planning to participate in a 'general strike' on Tuesday: no work, no shopping, no banking."
• Task force meets to look at Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' law: "A task force created by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to examine the state's 'Stand Your Ground' law in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting meets for the first time Tuesday. Seventeen people will tackle the issue of whether the controversial law should be changed in light of the death of the unarmed teenager."
• Homeland Security launching investigation into prostitution scandal: "The acting inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security is launching a separate investigation into the Secret Service prostitution scandal. The 'field work is beginning immediately,' acting Inspector General Charles Edwards said in a statement issued Monday."
• Octuplets mom Suleman says she's open to porn offer, but no touching: "Nadya Suleman says she is so determined to build a future for her 14 young children that she is now willing to act in a porn film, although she would not touch another 'human's flesh.'"