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Date: Sun Nov 17 02:17:53 MST 2013
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Amazon makes its foray into the world of original programming with the premiere of "Alpha House" on November 15. The show centers around four senators who share a house in Washington, D.C.The four roommates are played by John Goodman, Mark Consuelos, Matt Malloy and Clark Johnson. The story is loosely based on a 2007 New York Times article, which took a look at the DC home shared by Democratic lawmakers Sen. Charles Schumer, D-NY, Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., Rep. Bill Delahunt, D-Mass., and Rep. George Miller, D-Calif. In "Alpha House," however, the senators are all Republicans."The Republicans are pretty funny recently," said star Mark Consuelos. "So that's good fodder for us. But you know, I think just the government in general and what's been going on in the headlines is great theater."Consuelos' character, Andy Guzman, bears some resemblance to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio - both are freshman senators from Florida born to immigrant parents. But as to whether the show jabs one party more than the other, Consuelos says both sides can expect a punch."It's equal opportunity lampooning," said Consuelos.Watch the full interview with Mark Consuelos in the video above. KIANTONE, N.Y. Authorities say a western New York man has been charged with harassment for repeatedly firing an unloaded Civil War cannon at the homes of his neighbors.The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office says 52-year-old Brian Malta fired the cannon at neighboring homes in the rural town of Kiantone, on the Pennsylvania border 60 miles south of Buffalo.Deputies say the cannon was fired with only a powder charge and wadding. Police confiscated the cannon.Officials say Malta had an ongoing dispute with his neighbors, but no details were released.Malta was arrested Wednesday and charged with three counts of harassment and three counts of menacing. He was released from the county jail after posting $2,500 bail.It couldn't immediately be determined if Malta had a lawyer.