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Teen who got heart transplant dies in crash during police chase


An Atlanta area teenager who said a heart transplant two years ago gave him a second chance at life died this week when he lost control of the car he was driving while fleeing police… 361 more words


A Terrorist’s Son Flips the White House’s Definition of Islam as the ‘Religion of Peace’ on Its Head

He is the son of Hassan Yousef, a founding member of Hamas, and the man who became the face of the “Second Intifada.”

His name? Mosab Hassan Yousef. 491 more words


Reid’s Shameless Response When Confronted About Lie That May Have Cost Romney the Presidency

In an exclusive interview with CNN, following the news that he wouldn’t run for re-election in 2016, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) justified lying about Mitt Romney and his taxes in 2012. 219 more words


Parents support convicted pervy Bronx teacher: ‘He has got the golden touch’


Parents of children taught by convicted perv and former prep school teacher Richard Hovan came to court to support him as he faced the possibility of prison on Tuesday. 96 more words


Disturbing Songbooks Surface in New Military Sexual Assault Suit


Susan Burke isn’t going to war with the U.S. military, she just wants it to have its day in court.

The Baltimore attorney has become the face of the movement to reform how the military handles sexual assault cases, and on Tuesday she announced a new federal lawsuit aimed at combatting the problem. 590 more words


Angel Answer, LET GO...

The time has come to let go of the situation. Stop focusing on how or when it will be solved or even why it occurred. Relationships that are unhealthy or unfulfilling should be released in order to let something better come along. 56 more words


GMO alfalfa growers challenge Oregon county’s ban


Oregon alfalfa farmers have challenged a county ban on genetically modified organisms based on the state’s right to farm law.

Oregon alfalfa growers challenging the legality of a county prohibition on genetically modified organisms have hinged their case on the state’s “right to farm” law. 483 more words