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Aaron Hernandez Suicide: Toxicology Results Reveal Ex-NFL Player Wasn’t On Drugs When He Took His Life

The Aaron Hernandez suicide investigation team has just received the official results of the American football player’s toxicology at the time of death which reveals that he wasn’t under the influence of drugs before dying. OfficialShow More Summary

Newswire: Neil Gaiman hopes American Gods will help him get Sandman to TV

Because some dreams just won’t die (no matter how cute or quirky that Death may be), author Neil Gaiman has said he now has renewed hopes for bringing his comic book classic Sandman to some kind of live-action life. Years worth of planning...Show More Summary

'American Gods' creator Bryan Fuller on life, death and deities - CNET

The showrunner talks about how the series veers from Neil Gaiman's book, and how the themes of myth, magic and migration speak to our divided world.

'Miracle' Star Michael Mantenuto Fought ISIS in Final Deployment Before Suicide (PHOTO)

Michael Mantenuto jumped from playing an American hero in a movie to being one in real life -- fighting ISIS with the Green Berets during his final year in the Army. Michael played Jack O'Callahan in Disney's "Miracle" before leaving Hollywood…

Tranquility, 1930 // by Max Weber by Miguel Catalan Max Weber...

Tranquility, 1930 // by Max Weber by Miguel Catalan Max Weber (April 18, 1881 – October 4, 1961) was a Jewish-American painter and one of the first American Cubist painters who, in later life, turned to more figurative Jewish themes in his art.

When’s the Vote?

Rep. Tom MacArthur, the New Jersey congressman who authored the amendment that brought the American Health Care Act back to life earlier this week, made a very simple point Thursday afternoon when asked if Republicans had enough votes to pass the bill. “If so,” he told reporters, “we would have already voted on it.” He’s right. Show More Summary

Looking Back on Bette Davis’ Feud with Master of Horror Larry Cohen

Thanks to Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story, Scream Queens) and his recent, undoubtedly soon to be award-winning series, Feud: Bette and Joan, there’s been renewed interest in the life of the late, great, Bette Davis. She was a genuine Hollywood legend, an extinct breed to be sure. Davis managed to rack up 10 Academy Award nominations […]

Trump picks former anti-abortion leader for health and human services post

Charmaine Yoest was head of Americans United for Life, which played role in recent wave of anti-abortion laws by feeding model bills to state lawmakers Donald Trump has appointed the former president of a leading anti-abortion group to the top communications role at the Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS). Show More Summary

Trump Names Anti-Abortion Activist to Top Health Care Job

Charmaine Yoest, the former president and CEO of anti-abortion group Americans United for Life, has been tapped to be the assistant secretary of public affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services, the White House announced...Show More Summary

On the Home Front in Rollinsford, N.H., 29-30 Apr.

This weekend, 29-30 April, the Colonel Paul Wentworth House in Rollinsford, New Hampshire, will host a two-day living history event titled “1777 Home-Front: Life at Home During the American Revolution.” The event description says:The...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Emma Watson fights a losing battle with internet paranoia in The Circle

It’s no wonder that there haven’t been more internet-paranoia movies since the advent of Google, Facebook, and your grandparents being online. Online media are so well-integrated into much of American life that thriller-level intrigue...Show More Summary

What people want at the end of life

3 days agoNews : Daily Chart

IN 2016 The Economist and the Kaiser Family Foundation, an American non-profit focused on health care, polled people in America, Brazil, Italy and Japan about their hopes and worries for their end-of-life wishes. We found that what is most important to people at the end depends on where they live.

California Today: California Today: Pondering Life in California 130,000 Years Ago

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Thursday: A new claim about the earliest Americans, a magazine profile of the “C.E.O. of H.I.V.,” and readers’ thoughts on the Ann Coulter kerfuffle.

Iyanla Fix My Life: Michael Jackson’s Nephew Is Soft, But Fathered 2 Black Men! [Video]

Iyanla Fix My Life is back. In this episode, Taryll Jackson and Breana Cabral have children together but are in a toxic and hurtful relationship. Iyanla says the bigger issue is this kind of relationship is hurting African American males.

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Taxes, health care, caving on the Wall, oh my!

Peter Baker/NY Times: Arthur Laffer’s Theory on Tax Cuts Comes to Life Once More   A   white cloth napkin, now displayed in the National Museum of American History, helped change the course of modern economics. On it, the economist Arthur...Show More Summary

Extreme old age associated with unique chromosome variants

Reaching your 100th birthday is not something most people think about, as the average life expectancy is about 79 years for Americans, yet there are individuals out there who live way past that. It is estimated that just one per … The post Extreme old age associated with unique chromosome variants appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.

Sally Avery with still life, 1926 // by Milton Avery by Miguel...

4 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Sally Avery with still life, 1926 // by Milton Avery by Miguel Catalan Milton Clark Avery (March 7, 1885 – January 3, 1965 ) was an American modern painter.

A Gay Pro Baseball Player Came Out to His Mom on Live TV: WATCH

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

An American professional baseball player based in Adelaide, Australia came out to his family on TLC’s This Is Life Live on Monday night. This Is Life Live goes inside the lives of families to deliver life altering moments as they unfold in real time.… Read The post A Gay Pro Baseball Player Came Out to His Mom on Live TV: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

How America's Secret Nuke Police Hunted For Dirty Bombs in the 1970s

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Bomb threats have been a part of American life since at least the 19th century. But in the 1970s the types of threats shifted dramatically. The people making bomb threats in the US started to claim their bombs had nuclear materials. By 1975, the US started a new task force to deal with the threats, and we at Gizmodo… Read more...

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