Monthly Archives: November 2014

St. Louis PD calls out some Rams players for being “tasteless”

Deadspin reports the St. Louis Police Department is angry after a few members of the St. Louis Rams took the field for Sunday’s game with their hands up. St. Louis police officers condemned the NFL’s Rams today, calling their pre-game … Continue reading

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Why does a sagging Canadian dollar affect the Chicago Blackhawks?

The Chicago Tribune examines why the currency in one country could affect the fates of one NHL team in another country. So when word recently circulated that due to the sagging Canadian dollar — referred to as the loonie — … Continue reading

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World Cup soccer bribery investigation includes a Picasso painting

CNN reports that the already image-tarnished FIFA has another headache on its hands. A painting, believed to be a Picasso, was allegedly gifted to Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) president and FIFA executive member Michel Platini in return for … Continue reading

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Terrible news out of Columbus: Body of missing Ohio State football player found

The Los Angeles Times reports that an Ohio State football player, missing since Wednesday, was found dead earlier today. The body of missing Ohio State Buckeyes football player Kosta Karageorge was found Sunday in a trash bin near his apartment, … Continue reading

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P.D. James Encore

From the CBC.  

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Idina Menzel Says Frozen Sequel Is ‘in the Works’

Originally posted on TIME:
Don’t expect the Frozen blizzard to die down anytime soon. Star Idina Menzel has set fans afire after she hinted that the studio may be planning a sequel to the blockbuster animated film. In an interview…

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Mubarak Court Ruling Another Blow to the Spirit of Egypt’s Revolution

Originally posted on TIME:
An Egyptian court cleared Egypt’s former President Hosni Mubarak on Saturday of charges related to corruption and the killing of demonstrators during the 2011 uprising that ejected him from power. The ruling dealt a blow to…

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