Monthly Archives: May 2013

Controversial Sky News report involving crime scene inside Oscar Pistorius’ home

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Female Midshipman sexually assaulted; three football players accused

The Washington Post takes a look at the circumstances surrounding the assault. Lt. Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, told reporters Friday that three football players were under investigation in the matter. Military officials released few other details about the … Continue reading

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Former NBA star Mookie Blaylock on life support

NESN examines the details of a car accident involving Blaylock. Former NBA All-Star and Atlanta Hawk guard Mookie Blaylock is reportedly fighting for his life after a car crash on Friday. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Blaylock is on life … Continue reading

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Is Ireland part of Europe?

After spending two weeks with a group of students and one faculty colleague in Ireland, I have returned to the U.S. intrigued by one question — just now European is Ireland? Yes, geography ensures that Ireland is part of that … Continue reading

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Stay classy, E. Gordon Gee

Sports Illustrated examines the latest example of the president of Ohio State acting like a moron. He ripped Catholics, Notre Dame and specifically late school CFO Edmund Joyce. “The fathers are holy on Sunday, and they’re holy hell on the … Continue reading

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Chicago Sun-Times dumps its photographers

The rival Chicago Tribune has the details. The Chicago Sun-Times has laid off its entire photography staff, and plans to use freelance photographers going forward, the newspaper said. About 20 full-times staffers received the news Thursday morning, according to sources … Continue reading

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France’s first gay marriage broadcast live to the nation

The Associated Press takes a look at the details surrounding the marriage ceremony. In a historic ceremony broadcast live on French television, the first gay couple to marry in France said “oui” then sealed the deal with a lengthy and … Continue reading

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