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Change of SubjectBy Jessica Reynolds Former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh called Americans "lazy," "stupid" and "easily manipulated" during a town hall speech on Sunday in the Chicago suburbs, reports the Huffington Post. After you watch the clip and see his words used.....
National student database raises questions (and worries FL parents that Sunshine State heading down that path)Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThere's a national move underway to create a mega student base that would be shared with companies selling educational products. The Huffington Post reported on this effort Sunday. So far, Florida is not one of the states that has agreed to turn over...
European Union regulators on Monday announced a ban on the import or sale of any cosmetics with ingredients tested on animals. The EU banned animal testing of finished cosmetics in 2004, and animal testing of ingredients in 2008. The new ban, effective...
The mourners lamenting the death of late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez included the presidents of Iran and Cuba, a Spanish prince and a man that Chavez himself once floated as a possible American ambassador to Venezuela: Hollywood actor Sean Penn. Penn...
The Baltimore SunA few years ago, the History Channel was best known to some as a punch line on HBO’s “The Sopranos.” Remember mobster Tony Soprano sitting alone late at night in his New Jersey McMansion eating ice cream and watching World War II...
When Stephanie Paige was growing up, her most common nightly entertainment was bigger than an iPhone, bigger than an iPad — for that matter, bigger even than an IMAX screen. Her father, an avid outdoorsman, raised his family in the woods, and...
Tags: Apple iPad, Arts, Marketing, IMAX, Arts and Culture
Author Shelley Emling talks about "Marie Curie: Icon of Science/Working Mother" during the It's Not Your Mother's Tea event this Wednesday, March 13. in celebration of Women's History Month at the Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando, Emling...
You know there's something wrong in Congress when something widely viewed as a worst-case scenario happens and yet there's no rush to try to change course. That's the case with the "sequester," the across-the-board reduction in spending that was meant...
NEW ORLEANS — When Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo finally stood on the sporting world's stage he openly sought Tuesday at Super Bowl XLVII Media Day, reluctance oddly overcame him. At first, the NFL's most outspoken advocate of gay...
Change of SubjectLiz Lemon: "Why are you wearing a tux?" Jack Donaghy: "It's after 6. What am I, a farmer?" After tonight's finale, I'll miss Alec Baldwin's character on "30 Rock" most of all. Some other fine lines of his culled from......
Jon Campbell, who briefly made Hartford a more interesting place with his presence and reporting for the Advocate, has entered the homebrew game with his signature Unemployed Reporter Porter (pictured). "Porter style beers were first popularized in...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Unemployment
The Religion WorldRachel Zoll with the Huffington Post writes about the controversies swirling about the prayers at President Obama's inauguration: There may be no clearer reflection of this moment in American religious life than the tensions surrounding prayers at...
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