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Ryan Sheckler: Ink, Not Mink

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Simon Despres, Tomas Fleischmann to make Ducks debuts Tuesday

Defenseman Simon Despres, one of four players acquired by the Ducks on Monday in a deadline-beating trading spree, participated in the team’s morning skate Tuesday and is expected to play against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night at Gila River Arena. Despres was given uniform number 24...

Conjoined Twins Doing Great After Surviving 9-Hour Separation Surgery

In Saudi Arabia, a pair of conjoined twins survived a rare surgery to separate them after a team of medical personnel operated on them for more than nine-hours. Prior to the surgery, Abdullah and Abdulrahman shared the same chest wall, lungs, pericardial sac (the lining of the heart), diaphragm, liver, intestines, colon and pelvis; and […]

Alex Johnson dies at 72; former American League batting champion

Former California Angels star Alex Johnson, the 1970 American League batting champion, died Tuesday in Detroit, the Angels announced. He was 72.

Netanyahu's speech elicits praise, frustration from Congress members

For a speech about which there was much controversy among Democrats, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s first applause line was reserved for an unlikely recipient: Harry Reid, the top Senate Democrat, whom he praised for a quick recovery from a recent injury.

10 non-jeans denim picks: sunglasses, hats, sandals and more

The tailored, patchwork iterations of denim skirts, jean jackets and even a denim "fur" coat shown at Tom Ford's fall fashion presentation in L.A. last month could be Exhibit A for how far this all-American fabric has risen from its working-class roots. Spring runways at Chloé, Stella...

Justice Dept: Ferguson police routinely discriminated against blacks

The Justice Department has found that the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department, at the center of national tension over perceived racial bias in policing, routinely discriminated against blacks, according to a law enforcement official familiar with the findings.

Pro-life blog buzz 3-3-15

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Live Action News says the new interactive game “Fusion” (on a website that includes writers like the founding editor of pro-abortion, profane Jezebel) in which players pretend...Show More Summary

India slaps taxes on coal, while China uses less of it

As both countries get more serious about cutting pollution and building up clean energy capacity, coal feels the brunt.

What we can learn from Dr. Evil’s attack on Obama’s carbon rules

PR maestro Richard Berman serves the interests of the wealthy, but he’s just one cog in a machine. The attack on Obama's power-plant rules illustrates how.

Reproductive Rights Shouldn't Be Just for the Rich

I just returned from spending two weeks in Alaska challenging a law that withholds almost all Medicaid coverage for abortion from qualified women. Alaska is really far away, and two weeks is a long time to be away from my family, including...Show More Summary

PETA Statement on jockey Roman Chapa Suspension

A five-year suspension for Roman Chapa does not go far enough. He was suspended in 2007 for five years in New Mexico, and it apparently made no difference. The... The post PETA Statement on jockey Roman Chapa Suspension appeared first on PETA.

The 7 Most Magical Animal Videos on the Internet

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Daily Dose of Cute

"Go ahead. Sit down beside me. I promise this isn't a ruse. Mwah ha ahem." As always, please feel welcome and encouraged to share pix of the fuzzy, feathered, or scaled members of your family in comments.

The Walking Thread

[Content Note: Descriptions of violence. Spoilers are lurching around undeadly herein.] Grimes de-griming. When last we left our totally trepid band of zombie slayers, Grimes Gang had arrived at Aarontown, and were fixing to enter and...Show More Summary

Abortion Advocates Continue Denying Scientific Studies Showing Abortion-Breast Cancer Link

Where to begin to expose the over-the-top dishonesty of abortion advocate Dr. David Grimes’ piece on abortion and breast cancer posted on Feb. 26 in the Huffington Post Blog (“Abortion and Breast Cancer: How Abortion Foes Got it Wrong“)? Not surprisingly Grimes begins by announcing dismissively that the abortion-breast cancer connection (ABC link) “was debunked […]

Why Does Planned Parenthood Get $3.6 Billion in Tax Dollars When it Makes $700 Million From Abortions?

As debate heats up in Washington over the federal budget, new research shines light on the growth in taxpayers’ funding for Planned Parenthood — the largest provider of abortions in America while, according to new data, “pregnancy related services” are an ever-shrinking portion of its business. The new report “Abortion, Inc.” from Americans United for […]

3 not-to-miss wine and food events

Spring has just about sprung, so it may be time to get out for some food and wine events. Mark your calendars for this trio of wine and food events.

Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Lawrence to film Lynsey Addario's story

Jennifer Lawrence, the Oscar-winning actress who stars as Katniss Everdeen in the "Hunger Games" films, will portray real-life photojournalist Lynsey Addario in a film based on her memoir "It's What I Do." Steven Spielberg will dire...

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