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The irony was thick and palpable the night the Ferguson County Prosecutor, Bob McCullough began his long winded excuse for why he had intentionally misled the grand jury, at least the white majority,...
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How oligarchs destroyed a major American city
Central Houston has been converted into an exclusive playland for the rich A startling change for the worse has occurred in the physical appearance and occupancy of central Houston over the last few...
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New York City
This Woman Proves The Best Kind Of Holiday Shoppi...
Allison Lutnick, 51, is just one of thousands whose lives were turned upside down by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Hundreds of employees at a financial firm run by her husband, Howard Lutnick, were...
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Nigeria camps struggle with aid for the displaced
YOLA, Nigeria (AP) - More than 1.5 million Nigerians displaced by the militant group Boko Haram are flocking to relief centers across the country's northeast, where they are met with overcrowded...
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Christianity is Why America Exists and Isn't a Th...
Those who argue Christians shouldn't be involved in politics or that faith should be kept separate from public policy either misunderstand, disregard, or reject historical facts that explain Biblical...
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Money, more money
AS THE government’s fiscal year is about to end, the news that dominate these days involve money and more money from the taxpayers. National and local government budgets never go down. They just keep...
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War photographer Erik Poppe's A Thousand Times Go...
A Spanish soldier falling dead from a gunshot. A naked Vietnamese girl fleeing napalm attack. A New Guinea native helping a blind Digger through the jungle at Kokoda. These are classic images of war...
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Pakistan Fashion Week wows with wonderful designs
Designers displaying their collection on day two of the three day Pakistan Fashion Week in Karachi included the renowned Shehla Chatoor. Shehla founded her signature label in 1995 after graduating...
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University of Houston
University of Houston
Guess who the Tea Party wants to primary John McC...
Guess who the Tea Party wants to primary John McCain? Go on, guess Tea Partiers — by which I mean the Most Patriotic American People Whoever Lived And That Includes the Founding
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Brisbane storm: What is a 'supercell'?
The country's third-largest city saw around 90,000 homes without electricity on Friday, according to the state-owned supplier Energex, after power lines were downed by winds of 87mph. The power outage...
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Same-Sex Couple Meets Newborns From Surrogate
... Bridget, first and foremost, over and above everything else--an absolute champion of a woman and mother and friend as well," said Aiden. One of the
acted as a sperm donor, but they don't...
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The Rise of Daddy Daycare
What scene comes to mind when you envision a dad left in charge of his kids for the day? Is it a room with fresh crayon marks all over the walls, kids with food-smeared faces—nothing short of general...
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Say it with pictures
Visual artiste K.K. Raghava has come up with Flipsicle, a social app that lets users converse through photographs “There are a million ways for people to connect with each other online, but we still...
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War broadened women’s role as never before
AS troops from Oxfordshire fought the Germans in France and Belgium there was a lot of work left for those back home. A new book about Oxford in the First World War has now revealed the variety of...
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The Oxford Times
‘Red Hot Patriot’ doesn’t do Molly Ivins justice
From a socially prominent Houston family, the late Molly Ivins worked at various newspapers throughout her 40-year career as “an anti-war liberal in oil country.” She skewered right-wing politicians –...
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George W. Bush
There had to have been a better possible outcome than Brown's body, shot 12 times, sprawled on Canfield Drive for four hours while crowds gathered and anger mounted. That anger has not subsided, and...
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One Born Every Minute spinoff First Time Fathers ...
Channel 4 has announced a new One Born Every Minute spinoff short series. The series, provisionally titled First Time Fathers, will focus on the relationship between dads and their newborn children,...
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West Hartford Family's Trauma Recounted In Book O...
Nearly two decades after Matt Eisenfeld and his girlfriend died in a suicide bombing in Jerusalem, his family has gained greater insight and perspective, if not solace, from the new book "The Bus on...
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Palestine Liberation Organization
Harleston gets new toilet to help draw visitors
The toliet is installed in Harleston Harleston gets new toilet to help draw visitors A new toilet has been installed at the Bullock Fair in Harleston as part of a bid to boost the allure of south...
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South Norfolk Council
Police break up Beirut protest by hostages' famil...
Around 8 a.m., the protesters faced off against dozens of policemen before they were able to form a human chain to block Charles Helou Highway, which leads from Karantina into Downtown Beirut, in both...
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