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The new all-American TV: How “Cristela” is changi...
Who watches television on a Friday night? So it was with some consternation that I saw one of the season’s funniest new comedies relegated to a Friday night slot on ABC. “Cristela” is a half-hour...
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Atlantic City bust: How a storied gambling destin...
... for fun and games, a resort town that came to be known for its gleaming boardwalk lined with flashy casinos that rivalled those in Las Vegas. This is where the Miss America Pageant began,...
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Suddenly Swiss banks are not being regulated gent...
... been forced to reform some of its hallowed practices as a result of external pressure from America and the European Union, which got fed up with their citizens using Switzerland’s banks to...
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Wenger: European strikers are soft
... like Chile's Alexis Sanchez. Wenger, 65, says society in Europe has become "softer" compared to Latin America and produces different players. Sanchez, 25, has scored eight goals in 15...
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Ripley writer Patricia Highsmith's eccentricities...
... now," says Peirse, swinging her loafer-clad feet. The soft, comfortable shoes are caramel with tassels. "Apparently, Highsmith had huge feet and hands. She did woodwork. She made her own...
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Alexis Sanchez compared to Luis Suarez by Wenger
Arsene Wenger reckons Alexis Sanchez has got the same South American devil about him as Luis Suarez. Arsenal manager Wenger praised Alexis' never-say-die spirit which he believes he inherited from...
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Michael Fry: Scots can recapture global admiration
... come to that, most Englishmen – thought of Scotland as a savage country, mountainous and stormy, with hairy and kilted natives. To connect them with rules of taste and ideas of civilisation seemed...
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Let’s Bring Back the American Melting Pot by Slow...
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. I’m obsessed with the idea of America as a melting pot. We owe the term to Israel Zangwill, who wrote a mostly forgotten play of the same name in 1908. (I...
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Groupon (GRPN) Stock Climbs Today After Ratings U...
... quarter earnings results which saw the company report $757 million in revenue, in line with analysts' estimates, for a profit of 3 cents per diluted share that outpaced analysts'...
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Does the Military Have a Problem With Jesus?
... no matter how stressful your life can be with juggling family issues, relationships, career advancement, work, school, or any burden that life throws your way, cast it upon the Lord and He will...
Read more at The Christian Post
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Fired-up Republicans have edge in midterm turnout...
... it comes to turnout." About 55 percent of Republicans are certain they will vote, compared with 47 percent of Democrats, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling data for an online survey...
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Ruble’s Two-Minute Rally Shows Russia Guessed Wro...
... After that, it was right back to declines for the world’s worst-performing currency, with losses swelling to as much as 3.6 percent against the dollar, the biggest drop in three...
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Republican Candidates Are Going As 'Pro-Choice' F...
GOP Senate candidates who previously supported fetal personhood measures, which would ban abortion without exceptions, have since been running from those measures. Joni Ernst in Iowa assured voters...
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Lauren Forcella, Straight Talk: Should we reward ...
If kids had guaranteed money at graduation for not smoking, it would be a game-changer for American smoking. I think Bill Gates could fund this one. — John Snider, Cottonwood MORIAH, 17,...
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November midterms: A tale of two elections
... expressing my concern that if we look at the polls, we seem to have two elections going on. With only days to go before the midterm elections we continue to see a true anomaly which is a...
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Hong Kong politician likens protesters to America...
Pro-democracy protesters spread a yellow banner with the words reading: "I want genuine universal suffrage" at a rally Tuesday in the occupied areas outside government headquarters in Hong Kong's...
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'I’m Into Survival': A Nightmare on Elm Street’s ...
... after just one week of theater runs, having ensnared its targeted teen demographic with the lure of body horror. Its infamous villain, Freddy—disfigured by burns, bursting with bile,...
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'Masterchef Junior' talent level even higher than...
... the upcoming season of "Masterchef Canada." "What's really fun is that the level of cooking compared to Season One is even higher because everyone knows about it now." Indeed, the pint-sized...
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With political ads expected to hit a record, news...
... released a new TV ad saying she’ll know how to cut pork in Washington. (YouTube: Joni Ernst) With one of the most competitive Senate races in the country, political ads in Iowa are running...
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Dark Chocolate: Good For Your Brain!
... made into powder, and other small seeds are ground, and this powder is put into certain basins with a point... and then they put water on it and mix it with a spoon. And after having mixed it...
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