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Man accused in murder-for-hire case takes the stand in his defense

A York County man accused of hiring a hit man to kill his wife’s lover took the stand in his defense Friday. Greg Hess is facing charges including criminal solicitation to commit murder. 240 more words

News

Feds Investigating Florida Officers Who Scalded A Brother To Death In Locked Shower ‘Torture Chamber’

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has just opened a criminal investigation into the Florida officers who murdered 50-year-old Darren Rainey in what is being called a shower “torture chamber.” 353 more words

Politics

Stockholm Syndrome - Defense Mechanisms Defined

Denial – Occurs when the mind is overlooked by a traumatic experience. The mind responds as if the incident were not happening. Denial can be compared with the unexpected death of a loved one. 133 more words

The Power of Blocking & Information

Disclaimer: This article is mostly dedicated to Ultra Street Fighter IV, but you might find ideas and theories that you can apply to other fighting games. 1,177 more words

Editorials

Why My Generation Has Rejected "Church"

To be honest, I am sick of attending church. I’m currently nineteen years old and have attended many different churches for my whole life. My father is a Colonel in the Air Force and this has given me the privilege of attending churches in various states in America and even in the foreign countries of South Korea and Germany. 3,221 more words

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FRIDAY FOTO (May 22, 2015)

Keeping It Real.

It looks easier than it is. Just try it at home.

Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division compete in the Team Assault Course Competition during the division’s “All American Week.” 92 more words

National Security And Defense

Britain resigns as a world power

By Fareed Zakaria
Thursday, May 21, 2015

LONDON — On Monday, the Right Honorable David Cameron, prime minister of Great Britain, gave his first major speech after being reelected to his high office — once held by Pitt, Gladstone, Disraeli, Lloyd George, Churchill and Thatcher. 738 more words

Washington Post