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2014/11/21 22:48
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Professional and amateur boxers in New York may get an educational boost from a new pilot program that officials say is first in the nation to prepare fighters for careers outside...
2014/11/21 22:48
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2014/11/21 20:49
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During Jay Leno's boisterous appearance this month on "The Tonight Show," his first since leaving the late night staple in February, he took Jimmy Fallon's right hand. "Look at these hands, ladies and...
2014/11/21 07:38
2014/11/21 07:38
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Caffeine, a compound found in tea, coffee and various nuts and berries may offer a new treatment option for women cocaine addicts, research shows. Caffeine may be neuro-protective and able to block...
2014/11/21 03:46
2014/11/21 03:46
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Krugman warned "we should be cautious this time in raising the sales tax and if we weren't it would break the back of the economy," Abe said on Japanese television. When Japanese economist Etsuro...
2014/11/20 19:45
2014/11/20 19:45
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Like its arrow-slinging protagonist Katniss Everdeen, "Catching Fire," last year's second chapter of "The Hunger Games" movie series, did more than just survive in a fierce, unforgiving field. The...
2014/11/20 14:24
2014/11/20 14:24
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How last-gen shooters failed us at best and propagandised at worst. There's something not a little bit Orwellian about the state of the modern military shooter. In the novel 1984, the protagonist,...
2014/11/19 19:51
2014/11/19 19:51
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In the latest move in the PGA Tour's ongoing legal battle with Vijay Singh, attorneys for the Tour are seeking documents from IMG, one of golf's largest talent management firms. Singh sued the Tour...
2014/11/18 09:57
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Stephanie Luce discusses the increase of low-wage work worldwide Stephanie Luce, a sociologist and labor studies scholar, discussed the causes and prevalence of low-wage employment in the...
2014/11/17 20:49
2014/11/17 20:49
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Bob Dylan concerts of recent years include a built-in guessing game that could be called, "What song is it anyway?" That's a product not only of a voice grown raspier with years but the still rambling...
2014/11/17 12:06
2014/11/17 12:06
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MOST RECENT STORIES Q I have multiple sclerosis. My husband and I would like to have a baby. What do I need to know before I get pregnant? A Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that affects...
2014/11/16 12:50
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Charles Lindbergh, a Brooklyn Irish lawyer, and a 16-year-old sentenced to the electric chair Photo by: Wiki Commons Some stories cling to us forever. I’m not certain why that is. In 1936 my...
2014/11/14 06:04
2014/11/14 06:04
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The Ministry of Tourism and the Tourism Activation Authority held a press conference with the world famous motorcyclist Alex Chacon and his Egyptian peer, Omar Mansour, on the 2014 Cross Egypt...
2014/11/13 22:14
2014/11/13 22:14
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... and Dumber" duo Harry and Lloyd apparently were named in a sweet, if odd homage to the great silent film comedian Harold Lloyd. At first blush (and they inspire plenty of blushes), the gross-out...
2014/11/13 17:58
2014/11/13 17:58
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... -- New York is in line for more so-called P-TECH schools that allow students to graduate with a high school diploma and associate degree, as well as a chance to work for a participating...
2014/11/13 17:14
2014/11/13 17:14
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Less than a month after U2 and Apple plopped the band's latest album, "Songs of Innocence," onto 500 million iTunes user playlists, Bono pleaded guilty to upsetting some customers with the...
2014/11/12 19:17
2014/11/12 19:17
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A catchy beat raps out the tragic tale of Melvin, a young man who decides to finance a pricy pair of Super Bowl seats for himself and his girlfriend, Vanessa, with a credit card. Because he only pays...
2014/11/12 08:57
2014/11/12 08:57
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Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the biggest surprise is how badly most of the post-communist nations have done since. There was a general expectation back then that most of these...
2014/11/12 08:17
2014/11/12 08:17
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Touted in the popular media, these findings captured our hearts and minds and for good reason: for those of us who are bi- and multilingual, this is good news and the focus itself is a pleasant change...
2014/11/10 08:23
2014/11/10 08:23
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Milk has long been extolled as a healthy drink, great for bone-building and preventing osteoporosis. "Drink your milk," your parents repeatedly told you at the dinner table as a child, and many of us...
2014/11/07 22:20
2014/11/07 22:20
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Pulitzer-winning playwright and “Lincoln” screenwriter Tony Kushner’s latest stage epic, “Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures,” opens at Theater J...
2014/11/21 22:48
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