Biker heroes: Hells Angels guardians for kids?

Shoppers Bikersat the Fresno, California, Wal-Mart this Black Friday could have been forgiven if they had a bit of trepidation while starting their holiday shopping.

Five days before the retail extravaganza, members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club began camping out at the store. The burly tattooed bikers, wearing their cuts, were an intimidating sight, and when sales began, they bought every bicycle in the store—more than 200—and promptly donated them to the Poverello House, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping the homeless and needy.

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U.S. House calls for warning labels on video games

Just days after the Smithsonian opened an exhibit celebrating the art and cultural achievements of video games, a pair of U.S. representatives is renewing the effort to restrict them.

On Monday, Reps. Joe Baca (D-Calif.) and Frank Wolf (R-Va.) introduced The Violence in Video Games Labeling Act (H.R. 4204), a bill that would force games ranging from “Grand Theft Auto” to “Tetris” to carry a warning label for parents.

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