Malevolent Malingering: Scores of retired NYC police, fire and corrections officers arrested for 9/11 disability fraud. ("The Manhattan district attorney's office accuses the retired workers, along with their lawyers and doctors, of faking work-related stress, including feigned psychiatric disorders related to 9/11," reports the ABC.)
Mon Dieu!: Workers at French tire factory slated for closure take bosses hostage, demand "enormous amounts of money." (As The Guardian reports, "The 'kidnapping' was carried out at the Goodyear plant in north Amiens that was at the centre of an international spat a year ago after an American businessman called the workers there lazy.") UPDATE: Bosses freed!
Finally, here's video of CNN's Chris Cuomo interviewing Dennis Rodman and the ten former NBA players who travelled with him to North Korea to play a basketball game on Kim Jong-Un's birthday. When Cuomo asks Rodman about the morality of such a trip, Rodman loses it. (I do not think Kim Jong-Un is a good influence on Rodman, who speaks more and more like an unhinged despot every day.)