If you think the secret to a clutter free home is getting rid of everything you own, or becoming the sort of crazed cleaning fiend who can't stand to have a single thing out of place, we have good news for you. Here a few simple solutions — things that are easy to integrate into your life — that will make it a snap to keep your place clutter free. READ MORE »
Cycling, trains and 70s coppers.
Filling in for Rosi today, so if we missed anything leave it in the comments. Christie At CPAC Chris Christie finished behind Donald Trump in the CPAC Straw Poll with 2.8%. And apparently Governor Downgrade refused to sit with Sean Hannity to take questions. Show More Summary
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Good news, everyone! According to some outfit called the John Locke Foundation, which is based in North Carolina and apparently doesn’t visit often, Florida is not only the state where half-senile olds turn out in droves to elect baldheaded, Medicare-frauding cartoon ghouls governor (twice), but also the “freest” state in the nation. Show More Summary
Led by Steven Stamkos and Ben Bishop, the Lightning had no trouble taking down the struggling Blackhawks. A bevy of trades have dominated the news cycle this week, as Chicago, Los Angeles and other contenders have attempted to beef up their rosters for a Stanley Cup run. Show More Summary
Welcome to the Daily Roundup. In today's news, you can learn about the history of net neutrality. Meanwhile, we look at Nintendo's unique strategy and fondly recall Leonard Nimoy. You can read all these stories and more past the break....
A roundup of all the most important food news on this day, February 27. The makers of Campbell's soup are getting in on the fresh juice trend, proving either that the fresh juice trend is here to stay or that Campbell's is not selling enough V8. Show More Summary
A look at the latest The Force Awakens rumors, the standalone movies, Star Wars Rebels, and more The post The Star Wars News Roundup – 2.27.15 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Say goodbye to Spiegelhalters.
A roundup of venture-capital news and analysis from VentureWire and around the Web.
Cami Anderson gets another year to be incompetent in Newark And the cycle of contempt towards Newark kids, their parents and community, is complete. Salary: $255,016. In D.C. for CPAC, Christie is pugnacious, boastful Characterizes Jeb Bush as the darling of backroom elites and himself as a man of the people. Show More Summary
This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place every weekday morning. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? Read more...
David Williams has posted Health Wonk Review: Happy 10th anniversary edition at Health Business Blog. There's a great crop of articles - plus, kudos to David, he is celebrating his 10-year blogging anniversary. If you're interested in the business of health, his blog should be on your short list. He covers everything from medical devices and pharma to health care...
After a rather slow January, technology companies, funds and startups from Eastern Europe are gaining full speed and seemingly trying to overwhelm journalists and reader with the news stories, funding announcements and campaigns. As usual, we’ve gathered everything significant in a handy roundup. Show More Summary
In the news: Bowser apologizes for poor trash collection amid winter storms, D.C. enters day two of legal pot, and more. [ more › ]
Reuters Law Blog rounds up the morning's legal news. A new era of oversight: The Federal Communications Commission set aside two decades of laissez-faire policy to assert broad authority over the Internet, voting to regulate broadband...Show More Summary
In today's news, the FCC approved its net neutrality plan, a "digital brothel" lets people have sex through the internet and Pebble smashes its own crowdfunding records. Read about all the top stories in today's Daily Roundup....
Ravenna Blog covered last night’s Roosevelt Station 90% Design Open House. The first of 30 weekend closures of portions of I-90 begin this weekend ($). Eastbound traffic will use the express lanes, and the Rainier on-ramps will be closed. The work is for I-90 2-way HOV, which is necessary for East Link construction to begin. […]
Farewell to London's most photographed cock.