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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday announced severe new punishments for domestic violence by NFL players and personnel, citing as motivation the enormous backlash to his light discipline of Ray Rice. My disciplinary decisionShow More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul's (R-Ky.) needling of Hillary Clinton continued Thursday with an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal in which the Kentucky lawmaker argued that Clinton almost empowered ISIS in Syria through her rash, hawkish approach to foreign policy. Show More Summary
On Wednesday night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart offered a pretty counterintuitive approach to handling the insurgency from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). After halfheartedly walking his viewers through ISIS 101, using his patented...Show More Summary
On Tuesday night, a sound supervisor for the reality TV show Cops was shot dead by Omaha, Nebraska, police officers, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said Wednesday. Bryce Dion, 38, and another Cops crew member were riding along with two officers to film a police intervention in a reported robbery at a Wendy's. Show More Summary
A U.S. official told Bloomberg that computer hackers hit JPMorgan Chase and at least four other banks in a coordinated attack, and the FBI is looking for links to Russia. Customer data was stolen, but it was not specified if that included account numbers, passwords, or credit card numbers. Show More Summary
Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Union's executive arm, warned today that Russia's actions in the Ukraine conflict are moving toward "the point of no return." Russia's operations along the Ukrainian border "are simply not the way responsible, proud nations should behave in the 21st century," Barroso said. Show More Summary
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This weekend we’re celebrating Labor Day, which means the government’s celebrating your hard work by giving you the day off. While long weekends are great, if you don’t take a moment to unwind they don’t do you much good. Make your holiday count by taking in one last breath of summer to recharge your batteries, [...]
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Playing games at the kitchen table is a regular part of life at our house. I play games after school three or four days a week with my children, as well as a family game night most weeks. Sarah and I play games together one or two nights a week, and I have a regular... The post 20 Great Games to Play with Stuff You Already Have appeared first on The Simple Dollar.
Saturday cartoons are very, very, very important to one 10-year-old Chinese boy. A worker was installing lighting on the outside of a high-rise apartment building when a boy appeared at an eighth-floor window and began sawing through the worker's safety rope. Show More Summary
More than a dozen Texas abortion clinics facing forced closure will remain open for the time being, as U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled certain measures in the state's broad anti-abortion bill unconstitutional on Friday. Abortion...Show More Summary
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