Monthly Archives: January 2018

Look before you leap

People in Florida are being warned to check their swimming pools after an alligator was found in one.

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Trump Tweets ‘Covfefe,’ and a Waiting World Supplies the Punchlines

The debate over what the president meant effectively consumed Twitter ? or at least a certain segment of insomniac Beltway types, often journalists and political operatives.

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‘Back To The Future’ Fan Popped Doing 88 MPH In DeLorean

A ?Back To The Future? fan who purchased a DeLorean because of the film found out Doc Brown was right: ?serious s**t? does happen when the car reaches 88 mph. Spencer White of Saugus, California, purchased a DeLorean a month … Continue reading

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Her Longtime Dancer Died. Instead of Moving On, She Embraced Loss.

The choreographer Ivy Baldwin has explored mourning rituals and grief after the death of Lawrence Cassella, a close collaborator, in 2015.

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ACLU Of Oregon: Mayor’s Attempt To Stop Pro-Trump, Anti-Sharia Rallies Is ‘Unconstitutional’

The mayor of Portland, Oregon, has made an ?unconstitutional? attempt to shut down upcoming rallies against sharia and in support of President Donald Trump, according to the ACLU of Oregon.   Following a deadly hate-fueled attack last week, Mayor Ted Wheeler said … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods Was Asleep at the Wheel, Arrest Report Says

According to a Jupiter, Fla., police report, Woods was not under the influence of alcohol, but failed a field sobriety test. Woods said he was on several medications, including Vicodin.

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Raytheon receives anti-mine contract

Raytheon has received an $11 million contract to build, assemble, test, and deliver production models of the AN/ASQ-235 Airborne Mine Neutralization System.

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Reality Check: How many people are homeless in England?

Liberal Democrats have pledged to end homelessness – how many people are affected?

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Mike Dubke: White House communications director quits

Mike Dubke resigns, and press secretary Sean Spicer will reportedly give fewer briefings.

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Aerospace Executive ‘Absolutely Convinced’ There Are Aliens On Earth

In an eye-opening interview on ?60 Minutes? Sunday night, aerospace mogul and entrepreneur Robert Bigelow said he was ?absolutely convicted? there were alien visitors living to Earth. Most of the segment focused on how NASA and the Las Vegas-based Bigelow … Continue reading

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