Gay Troops Perform Drag Show On American Military Base

American gay and lesbian troops stationed in Japan performed in the first ever drag show on a U.S. military base.

The gay and lesbian troop members performed in drag -- wearing full makeup, heels and wigs -- while lip syncing to hit songs such as "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" at the Kadena Air Base in Japan, Theweek.com reports.

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Amazon Plans Drone Deliveries

This is not a joke. Amazon.com, the world's largest online shopping retailer, plans to begin delivering packages into customers' hands by use of remote controlled drones.

The U.S. government already uses drones in military operations to drop bombs on the heads of unsuspecting terrorists. But don't be surprised if one of Amazon's drones drops that package you ordered on your head in 30 minutes or less.

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Muslim Man Hacks British Soldier to Death in Broad Daylight

2 Muslims, one wielding a knife and a hatchet, hacked a British soldier to death on a London street as horrified bystanders looked on. The brutal attack took place in broad daylight near a military base earlier today.

A bystander caught the grisly aftermath on video as one man, blood dripping from his hands, tried to justify his actions. Part of the video was broadcast on ITV.

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Boston military imposed lockdown

Martial law is defined as temporary military control over designated regions on an emergency basis.

On Friday, April 19 -- four days after 2 bombs ripped through the finish line at the Boston Marathon, Martial law was imposed on the residents of Boston by military authorities searching for a skinny 19-year-old kid.

Boston residents were forced to remain inside their homes -- or ordered to evacuate their homes at gunpoint. The cost to shut down the entire city of Boston, including buses, trains, schools, grocery stores, gas stations and shopping malls, will tally in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The massive military show of force failed to find Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by the time the day-long lockdown was lifted.

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