Virginia Attorney General Suggests President Obama Stole the Election

The GOP may have lost the presidential election earlier this month, but that doesn’t mean they’ll shut up about it.

Following Mitt Romney’s example of blaming everything but themselves for the loss, Ken Cuccinelle, the Attorney General of Virginia, is claiming–or at least in agreement with the suggestion–that President Obama stole the election:

Yet ANOTHER Underage Sex Lawsuit Brought Against Kevin Clash

When it rains, it pours.

Yet another individual is bringing an underage sex suit against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash.

The anonymous accuser says he met Clash on a gay chat line while visiting New York for modeling gigs when he was 16 years-old.

They eventually met up at Clash’s apartment, at which time the accuser says he realized that Clash had lied about his age.

Kevin Clash, the Voice of Elmo, Resigns As A Second Accuser Comes Forward

Kevin Clash, the longtime voice and puppeteer behind Sesame Street’s Elmo character, has resigned in the aftermath of allegations — which Sesame Workshop had previously said were unfounded — that he had an underage sexual relationship.

According to the NY Daily News, a second accuser has now come forward, alleging that he and Clash engaged in a sexual relationship while he was a teenager.

Elmo Sex Accuser Has Recanted His Recantation

According to Gawker, the  young man who accused Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash of having a sexual relationship with him when he was 16 – and then recanted that story – has now recanted his recantation.

He says he was pressured to take back his initial allegations, receiving a $125,000 settlement.

Apparently, he’s changed his mind.

Elmo Puppeteer Cleared of Underage Sex Charges; Accuser Recants Story

The man who accused Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash of statutory rape has recanted his story.

Clash maintained his innocence throughout this ordeal.

From The Wrap:

The accuser “wants it to be known that his sexual relationship with Mr. Clash was an adult consensual relationship,” the boy’s law firm, Andreozzi & Associates, said in a statement Tuesday.

NY Housing Authority Demanding Rent UPFRONT from Sandy Victims

The election may have caused many to forget about Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath.

Some of those living on the east coast and still recovering from the disaster got an especially cruel reminder, though.

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) announced that it will not only be charging tenants rent, but that the rent is expected to be paid on time, even though many residents are still without power two weeks after the city shut it off due to the hurricane: