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Mom Takes on Toys 'R Us for Selling "Breaking Bad" Toys

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A Florida mom has started a Change.org petition asking Toys 'R Us to stop selling toys from the popular cable drama "Breaking Bad," Today.com reported. Susan Schrivjer said she was "very shocked and appalled" that the store was selling the action figures of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, who come with a duffel bag of cash and a toy bag of crystal meth. In a statement, Toys 'R Us told NBC News that the products are intended for ages 15 and up and that they are in the adult action figures section of their stores. Read »
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Pistorius' Siblings Say They Fully Support Brother

Oscar Pistorius’ brother and sister told NBC News on the eve of the athlete's sentencing that they believe their brother is telling the truth about the fatal shooting of his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day last year. In her first interview since the killing, Aimee Pistorius described the double-amputee Olympian as a “kind person, generous, sometimes to a fault,” with “a good heart.” Oscar's brother Carl said, “There's not an inkling of reservation as to what I believe Oscar says.” Pistorius is expected to hear Tuesday whether he will go to prison over Reeva Steenkamp’s death. He maintains he mistook his girlfriend for an intruder. Read »
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