Monthly Archives: October 2015

BREAKING: WATCH: Incredible finish to Miami-Duke football game

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Green Bay Packers officials attempt to intimidate journalist; yeah, good luck with that

NBC’s Pro Football Talk has the details. According to McGinn, while Cohen covered Packers practice on Monday, Packers director of player development Rob Davis continually gestured at and stared at Cohen, then walked up to Cohen while Cohen was looking … Continue reading

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Louisville students demand president step down for racist costumes

Raw Story has the details. The university and school President James Ramsey have both apologized for the photo, showing the school’s leader and staffers posing in stereotypical Mexican costumes with sombreros and “bandido” mustaches, saying it was not their intention … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Multiple airlines to avoid Sinai area where Russian airliner crashed

The Telegraph has the story. Lufthansa and Air France promised to avoid the airspace over the Sinai until it was clear why disaster had overtaken Flight KGL9268 operated by Metrojet, a small Russian airline. The Airbus A321 took off from … Continue reading

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Ben Carson: A beneficiary of many government program he despises?

The Washington Post takes a closer look at Ben Carson’s history and finds some problems with his political positions and his history. Carson holds up his life story as proof that anyone with enough faith and drive can climb the … Continue reading

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Huh? More and more couples in their 50s getting divorced

The New York Times has the details. Late-life divorce (also called “silver” or “gray” divorce) is becoming more common, and more acceptable. In 2014, people age 50 and above were twice as likely to go through a divorce than in … Continue reading

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BREAKING: ISIS claims it shot down Russian airliner over Sinai; Russian government doubts it

Reuters has the story about ISIS’ claim. A militant group affiliated to Islamic State in Egypt claimed responsibility for the downing of a Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula on Saturday, the group said in a statement … Continue reading

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