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Amberle’s Smooth Easy Birth with a Midwife

Amberle was born at 6:25ish on May 6. I woke up Monday morning around 4 with cramping thinking to myself, if I don’t get back to sleep I’m not going to have a very good time! I plugged... Read More

Essential California: Shopping spree with the coroner

Good morning. It is Friday, July 3. We're playing hooky and spending the weekend at BBQs, baseball games and the beach. Essential California will return on Monday. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Subscribe to the newsletter Tightening UC admissions: Fewer Californians were accepted...

Finally The Truth: "The Greek Debt Is So Big Everyone Understands It Won’t Be Repaid"

On Monday morning, before the latest series of optimistic rumors and realistic denials was unleashed, Latvia's outgoing President Andris Berzins had a surprisingly accurate observation in an interview with Latvian Independent TV when...Show More Summary

MASSIVE FrightFest Image Gallery Reveals Tons of New Looks At Upcoming Horror!

This morning the Film4 FrightFest 2015 announced the lineup for their 16th year running Thursday, August 27th to Monday, August 31st at the Vue West End, Leicester Square. The festival will present seventy-six films across five screens, plus a host of special events. There are eighteen countries representing five continents with a record-breaking sixteen European […]

Dad Knocks Out 27 Year-Old Sexual Predator Picking Up His 12 Year-Old Daughter (Trying To Get His Tyga On) [Video]

Tim LeBlanc happened to be up around 2 a.m. Monday morning and noticed his 12-year-old daughter was gone, and her bedroom window open.

Lester Holt’s High School Signature Line: ‘It’s 8:38 And You’re Up To Date’

NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt was on Hoda Kotb’s SiriusXM show Monday and shared that he got his broadcasting start by making the morning announcements at his high school, which leads to Kotb calling him out for being a \"total...Show More Summary

Looks Like We Called Greece Right

(Steven Hayward) Two weeks ago we posted our first ever “Monday Morning Briefing” for Power Line VIP subscribers, which we hastened to add later may not appear always on Monday, and may be closer to “bi-weekly,” since bi-weekly is ambiguous:...Show More Summary

85 Year Old Woman In "Mt Airy" Section Of Philadelphia Is Murdered. "Atlanta Blackstar News" Refuses To Run A Story Detailing How Old She Was When "Emmett Till" And "Chaney, Goodman And Schwerner Were Murdered"

Regina Brunner was found Monday morning in her home, beaten and stabbed, with her throat slashed, homicide Capt. James Clark said. Her house was pristine, and investigators found no sign of forced entry.

Avril Lavigne opens up about her battle with Lyme disease

Lyme disease went and made things so complicated. In her first TV appearance since her diagnosis on Good Morning America Monday, Avril Lavigne spoke candidly about the anguish she has faced while battling Lyme disease. The singer said...Show More Summary

‘Irish Times’ Refuse To Share Photos From Taylor Swift’s Dublin Concert

Taylor Swift played two more sold-out shows from her 1989 concert in Dublin on Monday night, but there are no photos to show for it. You also won’t see Taylor Swift landing the cover of the Irish Times on Tuesday morning. Swift, 25,Show More Summary

Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Supreme Court upholds independent redistricting in Arizona

Arizona's congressional map remains intact Leading Off: • Redistricting: Advocates for redistricting reform scored a crucial victory Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Arizona's Independent Redistricting Commission. Passed byShow More Summary

For NBC, cutting Trump was a low-stakes decision

Good morning. Here are nine media stories. High profile, low risk Monday's news that NBCUniversal was severing its business relationship with real estate tycoon-turned presidential aspirant Donald Trump over his racist remarks was covered widely. Show More Summary

Morning Wrap: SCOTUS Out | Ted Cruz the Rehnquist Clerk

The U.S. Supreme Court ended its blockbuster term on Monday with three 5-4 decisions and three high-profile orders that point to another big term on the horizon. A federal employee labor union is suing OPM over a data breach. And Ted Cruz recounts his year as a Supreme Court clerk for Chief Justice William Rehnquist. Show More Summary

Morning Report

Both of these missed Monday links yesterday, and both deserve special attention. Bronze just dropped a video for their now-available Huf collaboration, chopped up to the plethora of newscasts about footwear-related violence. It’s basically a real good mini Josh Wilson part, which contains a First Annual Regular Stance Heelflip of the Year Candidate. The second […]

Alabama mom and her two kids found dead in home: cops

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Investigators in the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are trying to track down the husband and father, Stephen Sean Hutcheson, 47, Lt. David Agee said at a press conference on Monday morning.

The (Monday) Morning After: A Conversation About Obergefell With David Lat

ReplyAll conversationalist Zach Abramowitz chats with Above the Law managing editor David Lat about the Supreme Court's big gay marriage ruling.

Israel Mocks 'Freedom Flotilla' to Gaza, Says It 'Got Lost'

4 days agoNews : Vice News

A Swedish ship bound for the Gaza Strip carrying 18 pro-Palestinian activists and humanitarian aid was seized by Israeli forces early Monday morning. Those on board the MV Marianne, part of Freedom Flotilla III — which departed fromShow More Summary

Avril Lavigne Is All Smiles After Her Emotional 'GMA' Interview

Avril Lavigne shows off her big smile while posing next to husband Chad Kroeger in a new selfie posted to Instagram on Monday (June 29). “Driving around after a big morning with my GMA interview. Cried on national television this am. So embarrassing. Lol. Thankful to God that I am recovering, finally getting on with [...]

Glenn Ford, Exonerated Last Year After Almost 3 Decades On Death Row, Dies Of Lung Cancer At 65

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A Louisiana man who was freed from prison last year after spending almost three decades wrongfully incarcerated on death row has died. Glenn Ford, 65, succumbed to lung cancer Monday morning. In a release, Ford's supporters wrote: At 2:11 this morning, Monday June 29th 2015, Glenn slipped away very quietly and peacefully. Show More Summary

Angry Afghans Rally in Protest Against Continuing US Military Raids

A raid conducted early Monday morning by US forces to destroy a cache of weapons incited local Afghan residents to take to the streets in protest, demonstrating the bitter tension caused by the controversial operations.

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