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House GOP bill to cut back school food standards

    House Republicans are proposing a spending bill to let schools opt out of government school food programs if they are losing money. The bill would allow schools to apply for waivers if they have a net loss on school food programs for six months in a row. Headed by first lady Michelle Obama, […]

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Amusing misspelling leaves Nevada governor with egg on face

Brian Sandoval is a near lock to win re-election to the governor’s mansion in Nevada, but that did not stop his campaign from sending out campaigner mailers requesting supporters send in what a politician with a 70% approval rating needs most of all; money! Just as a tip, fundraising efforts would likely be more robust […]

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Generational Gap: Elderly Americans teach young Brazilian students how to speak English

  The language school CNA has partnered with FCB Brasil to create a “speaking exchange” which connects Americans living in retirement homes with students living in Brazil who have a desire to speak more fluent English. The program was designed to be beneficial to both parties.  The students are able to speak to individuals who […]

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International Media Sits Idly By While 276 Nigerian School Girls Are Kidnapped, Sold Into Marriage.

In the middle of the night April 4 2014, the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram stormed into a boarding school in Chibok, a village in the northeastern region of Nigeria, located in the state of Borno and seized roughly 276 school girls. Parents of the girls have been feverishly organizing their own attempts to locate their daughters […]

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Explicit Audio: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin On Marriage Equality, “More Power To Em”

Austin launched his first pod-cast April 5, 2013, and has since been a source his many fans have relied upon to gain inside perspective into the sport, and like most other pod-casts, a  more personal look into the life of the often controversial entertainer.   A midst his normal routine of brash, but insightful perspective […]

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Confederate Flag Display Gets Students Suspended Indefinitely At Long Island Catholic School

Two students from St. Anthony’s High School in New York have been suspended for allegedly draping a confederate flag over their shoulders during an after school event. In an interview with CBS the schools principal, Brother Gary Cregan, said: “I find it just very hard to even imagine why any student in 2014 would even consider […]

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CIA Interrogation Methods to be Declassified

The Senate Intelligence Committee voted 11-3 on Thursday to recommend declassification of its report on the CIA’s use of “enhanced interrogation methods“, also known as torture. The report details the results of an investigation that began in March 2009, documenting the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, which was implemented from September 2001 to January 2009 […]

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Iditarod, Last Great Race on Earth

A new record has been set. Dallas Seavey has finished the Iditarod in the fastest time ever recorded at 8:13:4:9. Right now, teams of mushers and their dogs are still undergoing the grueling 1,112 mile (on even years) race across the Alaskan tundra. The annual Iditarod dogsled race is as famous as it is dangerous. […]

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Pug vs police K9

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Pug vs police K9

  During a standoff with an armed robber in Phoenix, AZ a pug picks a fight with a K9 unit attached to the swat team. Napoleon, eat your heart out. Fox and Megyn Kelly gave more screen time to this dog than they did to Elijah Cummings after Darrel Issa shut him down during a […]

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Nigerian anti-gay laws have dire consequences. Simply being accused of being gay is enough to warrant a beating and a fine. For those individuals who live under these conditions, simply being who you are is enough to be killed. Fortunately police intervened before a mob could lynch or stone these 4 young men. A judge “leniently” decided to […]

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