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Brandon Marshall addresses history of domestic violence

As is often the case, Brandon Marshall felt an urge to speak out. With his league spiraling through an unprecedented month of crisis and his own troubled past being dragged into the conversation, the Bears receiver insists deeper societal...Show More Summary

Manchester United Fans Don't Need to Calm Down, They've Got a History of Winning

Football's landscape can change very quickly. One decision, one signing, can alter everything. Crystal Palace were expected to build on their successful six months under Tony Pulis. Then he left. Liverpool, too, seemed to have cemented...Show More Summary

ETFs To Hedge A Seasonally Weak September

By David Fabian: ETF investors are no doubt concerned about the modest slide that stocks have begun this month turning into a more serious sell off. This uncertainty becomes even more heightened by the fact that September is historically the weakest month of the year. Show More Summary

Hateful History: Have More Blacks Been Killed By Police Than By Lynchings During Jim Crow Era?

Since Michael Brown’s life was taken last month, the public has been paying closer attention than ever to the growing number of black lives claimed by the police. Alarming Statistics On Police Shootings Of Blacks Draws Comparison To...

Stephen Arnold Music Selling Original Documentary to Local Stations

At least 64 local stations across the country will be celebrating Black History Month in February 2015 with an original documentary called The Journey – 450 Years of the African-American Experience, created by Stephen Arnold Music’sShow More Summary

"Public university required students to submit sexual history or face disciplinary action."

"Clemson is requiring students and faculty to complete an online course through a third party website that asks invasive questions about sexual history."“How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” asks one...Show More Summary

Am I Transphobic?: My History With Transgender Women and Effeminate Men

The question posed in the title is one I'd been putting off answering for months. It first popped into my head when Jared Leto won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar in February for playing a transgender woman in Dallas Buyer's Club, immediately making transgenderism a long-overdue topic du jour. Show More Summary

How does new Ford Mustang fit in amid self-driving cars, mpg rules?

Sales of the 2015 Ford Mustang – the sixth generation in the 50-year history of the sports coupe – start in the coming months.

5 Apps to Trick Out Your Keyboard on iOS 8

iOS 8 is finally here, and for the first time in its history, developers can create custom keyboard apps. While many more will likely debut in the coming weeks and months, the first wave of keyboard apps is already hitting Apple's App Store. Show More Summary

Slick Sells: Last month, a slick new Cow...

Last month, a slick new Cow Hollow home with lots of modern touches came on the market asking $6.3 million. The house that had previously stood on the site was built in 1900, and we lamented the history lost in...

Snob Quiz: Fashion Week History

NYFW has officially wrapped, but Fashion Month has only just begun! Prep for the madness by testing your knowledge of everything from model stats to runway mishaps to over-the-top show sets (three words: Chanel Shopping Center). Will...Show More Summary

Obama Has No ISIS Strategy

Obama said a week ago he did not have a strategy to combat ISIS, and that now he does. He was right the first time. Oh, History The United States ignored ISIS for months. Then out of nowhere a complex situation morphed into a struggle to save the Yazidis from so-called genocide, requiring special forces and air strikes. Show More Summary

Last Month Was the Hottest August in Recorded History

Global temperatures hit their newest highpoint since record keeping began in 1880

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Australasian Safari Racer Revealed

Mitsubishi has pulled the covers off its Outlander plug-in hybrid racer just days before the start of the 2014 Australasian Safari. Previewed late last month, the Outlander PHEV will create history by becoming the first plug-in hybrid...Show More Summary

DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Statement on Hispanic Heritage Month

Washington, DC – DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement on the commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month: “Today begins our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and the long history of invaluable contributions that Hispanic Americans have made to our nation. Show More Summary

Solar & Wind Power Can Be Cost-Competitive In Any Country, Says IEA

This report isn’t brand new, but I somehow missed it when it came out a few months ago. It’s a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), which is quite a respected global organization. If anything the IEA has a history of being...Show More Summary

Renovated Geneva Ethnography Museum to Open Next Month

The architects designed a new metal roof for the Helene Lancoux media library, which includes more than 40,000 works dedicated to cultural history. The roof's diamond-shaped windows allows pockets of light to penetrate the interior and illuminate the exhibition

latimes: The first eight months of 2014 were the warmest on...

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latimes: The first eight months of 2014 were the warmest on average in California’s history since record-keeping began in 1895.

Promising Research Can't Stall for Lack of Funding

Credit: Steve Barrett February 23, 1954, was a milestone in the history of American medical research. That day, children at Arsenal Elementary School in Pittsburgh lined up to receive injections of a promising vaccine. Within months,...Show More Summary

California breaks heat record since measurements began in 1895

The first eight months of 2014 were the warmest on average in California’s history since record-keeping began in 1895, federal scientists announced this week.

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