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2 Million U.S. Pregnant Women Could Be At Risk Of Zika. Congress Is Twiddling Its Thumbs.

New numbers show just how great the risk is, as the United States hits mosquito season unprepared to deal with the threat. The post 2 Million U.S. Pregnant Women Could Be At Risk Of Zika. Congress Is Twiddling Its Thumbs. appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Great Job, Internet!: Old Revenge Of The Jedi trailer unearthed, features photo of Chewbacca

We’ll spare you the pushing-up-our-glasses moment of this story by just stating it outright: Return Of The Jedi was originally entitled Revenge Of The Jedi, way back when the idea of a sullen Sith lord getting his own prequel series was just a glint in the eye of George Lucas’ accountant. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Former Grantland scribe casts hilarious aspersions at State Farm’s Hoopers commercials

When Grantland folded last year, tons of great writers were left in the lurch. Some wrote books, but others, like Shea Serrano, started email newsletters as outlets for their sports and pop-culture-related witticisms. And deliver Serrano...Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Thursday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… 7 weeks 'til the Netroots Nation convention! Here's your weekly update on all things #NN16 (July 14-17 in St. Louis), now with EXCLUSIVE exclamation points! $50 discount extended! After whining and pleading...Show More Summary

Inspector General's Report On Clinton's Email Greatly Exaggerated By Media Outlets

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its anticipated report on the State Department's handling of email and cybersecurity. The report covers Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, but also includes an examinationShow More Summary

Donald Trump's Spokesperson Accidentally Emails Reporter Cunning Plan to Attack Clinton on Whitewater

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It’s another great day in the presidential campaign of stately hot dog casing Donald Trump, whose spokeswoman accidentally emailed a Politico reporter the inside details about a new plan to attack Hillary Clinton over a very old real estate scandal. Show More Summary

My Endorsement for President of the United States

Unfortunately, both parties have decimated the first principles that made this country great over the last 80+years. The Democratic Party, steeped in progressive, liberal philosophy, has consistently fought for consolidated, centralized political power at the expense of individual self-determination. Show More Summary

Eat what Obama and Bourdain ate: Where to find great bun cha ha noi

The new trade agreement with Vietnam? Historic, no doubt. And President Obama’s speech on the intertwined histories of Vietnam and the United States was thrilling — who knew that Thomas Jefferson was a fan of Vietnamese rice? But what caused a small portion of the food universe to explode Monday...

Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Assorted Words of Wisdom for 2016 Grads “In a year when politicians traffic in anti-immigrant rhetoric, there is also a Broadway musical reminding us that a broke, orphan immigrant from the West Indies built our financial system. Show More Summary

Power Ranking Every Big Ten College Basketball Head Coach in 2016-17

The Big Ten is one of the best conferences for men's college basketball on an annual basis, and we can thank great coaches like Michigan State's Tom Izzo and Ohio State's Thad Matta for that. Power ranking the coaches in the Big Ten was no easy task. Show More Summary

Ask LH: How Long Should My Laptop Be Covered For Replacement Or Repair If It Fails?

Dear Lifehacker, I remember reading on your site a while ago a great article on the new Australian Consumer Laws, stating that if a device breaks in an ‘unreasonable’ time then a consumer has a right to ask for a repair or replacement. Show More Summary

The Most Volatile Great Player in NBA History

In the third quarter of Sunday night’s Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, with his Oklahoma City Thunder beating the Golden State Warriors by a shocking 34 points, Russell Westbrook zipped a bounce pass between his legs on a fast...Show More Summary

Great Canadian Adventure: Quebec Girl Looks to Beat World Travel Records

22-year-old Stephanie Tavares of Vaudreuil, Quebec is an ambitious young woman, planning to beat three Guinness world records while visiting every country on earth (that's 201 UN-recognized states!) in a three year period. Speaking to Sputnik, Tavares shared the details of her trip, and explained what it was that motivated her to make the journey.

Overlooked or Overrated? Ohio State Is College Football's Great Unknown in 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Between the loss of nearly a starting lineup's worth of NFL talent, but the return of arguably the Big Ten's best player and one of college football's winningest coaches, this much seems to be certain when it comes to...Show More Summary

Sorry, Citizens of Minnesota, But You Just Missed Beyoncé Day

The Governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton, has just outed himself as a key member of the Beyhive: this week, he declared May 23, 2016 as officially Beyoncé day in that great state. This was, of course, a desperate plea to get tickets for Dayton and his family: they’ve been upset at him ever since he failed to […]

Tornadoes spotted in Plains states, no major damage reported

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — A half dozen tornadoes spotted in Great Plains states caused no major damage but kicked off what’s expected to be a busy week of severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, says six tornadoes were reported Monday in Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas, but there were no reports of […]

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… "Fighting over bathrooms is the oldest play in the prejudice playbook" Seth Meyers takes a closer look: x YouTube Video "When conservatives claim that trans people are preying on children and that theyShow More Summary

Sport mascots risk life, limb and lawsuits mostly without regulations

The first frame shows David Schapira standing on the sideline, three fingers raised on his right hand, in the shape of the Arizona State trident. It would have been a great picture, if the memory wasn’t sullied by what happened next. The photos that follow show Sparky, Arizona State’s devil mascot, sneaking up on the […]

Young Hispanics making a positive impact on Texas housing

If you are a real estate agent or mortgage lender in Texas, you may have some great opportunities to grow your business in the future while helping the state’s growing Hispanic population become homeowners...

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