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Anthony Weiner cried as he admitted his guilt

WASHINGTON – Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty in federal court Friday morning in New York to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor for sexting a 15-year-old girl. Prosecutors are recommending that he serve 21-27 months in a federal […]

Anthony Weiner cried as he admitted his guilt

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WASHINGTON – Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty in federal court Friday morning in New York to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor for sexting a 15-year-old girl. Prosecutors are recommending that he serve 21-27 months in a federal […]

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Pay inequality a common occurrence in America

Former New York Times editor Jill Ambrasom and Kansas teenager Jensen Walcott share a common experience: both were fired after questioning why they were paid less than their male

Ronald Bert Smith: Is Alabama torturing its prisoners?

Is Alabama hiding evidence it tortured two of its citizens? Before Ronald Bert Smith’s corpse grew cold – following his patently botched execution by lethal injection on December 8, 2016 – authorities

Hypnotherapy is a help for winning

Everyone who has ever smoked knows two things. One is that smoking eventually will kill you and the other is quitting smoking is extremely difficult. But when you are

Fighting the war at home

The War Is Not Abroad For anyone under the age of 20, let me address a pile of crap you have been brainwashed into believing; fighting wars half way around

Ducks need a win tonight in Nashville

Tonight Game 4 of the NHL Western Conference Final of the Stanley Cup Playoffs gets started at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. It’s the Anaheim ducks vs. the

Emanuel Macron election in France saves the EU for now

Those who thought or hoped that France is a democracy, know better by now. In a two-stage process the French elected a new president, the liberal and pro-EU Emanuel

Everyone is family in ‘Species Native to California’

Imagine a family living on a beautiful farm by a lovely pond in Northern or perhaps Central California. There is a large family home and another smaller home occupied

King Crimson coming to Greek Theatre

King Crimson To Tour North America Summer 2017 To Accompany Forthcoming Live EP “Heroes” Seminal rock band King Crimson begins their 2017 North American tour with the summer leg including

Hate Crimes: Killer gets 49 years for killing transgender girlfriend

Josh Valum, 29, killed ex-girlfriend Mercedes Williamson, 17, because he feared the Latin Kings would find out she was transgender. He was sentenced Monday in federal court in Gulfport,

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