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Dr. Cory Pedersen, Academia, Undergraduate Psychology Advice, and Biggest Influences

Dr. Cory Pedersen works at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the Psychology Department at the time. Here we talked about psychology in her office, part 3. The post Dr. Cory Pedersen, Academia, Undergraduate Psychology Advice, and Biggest Influences appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Former post office janitor pleads guilty to mail theft

A former post office janitor has admitted stealing mail in Louisiana. The acting U.S. attorney in Lafayette says 39-year-old Jerome Guidry of Bayou Vista pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count … Click to Continue »

Obama administration alumni hope to build upon his legacy as they run for office

Alumni of Barack Obama's administration and campaigns are running for office, motivated by President Trump's policies and a belief their work after eight years in the White House was unfinished.

City of Las Vegas, police chief sparring over budget, staff

A northern New Mexico city and its police chief are locked in a public battle over funding, staffing levels and allowing officers to coach at area schools. The Las Vegas … Click to Continue »

Venezuela's fugitive prosecutor resurfaces in Brazil

Venezuela's fugitive former top prosecutor was expected to grab the limelight of an international forum in Brazil on Wednesday to intensify her battle against President Nicolas Maduro. Brazil's prosecutors' office confirmed that Luisa...Show More Summary

Police are shooting a shocking number of people’s pets

There have been numerous high-profile examples of law enforcement officers killing people after using a questionable, or obviously unjustified, amount of force. Much less attention has been paid, however, to the unwarranted use of force in killing people’s pets, whom many consider to be members of their family, and whose unnecessary deaths cause nearly as […]

Senior officer with Kayenta police dies in car accident

Navajo Nation officials say a senior officer with the Kayenta Police Department has died in an off-duty car accident. Tribal officials say Nelson Martin was killed in a crash on … Click to Continue »

5 things to consider before working from home

Have you ever considered asking your boss if you can work from home instead of commuting to the office every day? Before you make that request, there are some potential pitfalls you may want to consider. Dr. Melanie Peacock from Mount Royal University joined Global Calgary on Tuesday to discuss five questions to ask yourself...

Vermont settles claims against health care economist

The Vermont Attorney General's Office has settled a claim against an economist accused of submitting false invoices while evaluating the state's proposed single-payer health care system. The Burlington Free Press … Click to Continue...

N.J., Ill., Ohio sailors among missing after USS John S. McCain collision

2 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

April Brandon on Tuesday was holding out hope that her son, Petty Officer 3rd Class Kenneth Smith, will be found safe aboard the U.S. Navy destroyer.        

$2M grant program to bolster Tennessee courthouse security

A $2 million grant program aims to improve security at courthouses across Tennessee. The Administrative Office of the Courts has started the initiative with one-time money set aside by state … Click to Continue »

Secret hearings held in ex-Oklahoma City cop's rape case

The high-profile case of a former Oklahoma City police officer convicted of raping women while on duty focused the public's attention on the problem of sexual misconduct on the force, … Click to Continue »

What Did They Expect? (Long Post)

First up, Fran owes the Chaplains $50. Second, get a load of the bullshit in this article : Chicago Police officers made 85,493 arrests in 2016, a 24 percent drop from the year before and roughly half the number of arrests they madeShow More Summary

Mitch McConnell Says 'Most News Is Not Fake,' Rejecting Trump's Refrain

3 hours agoNews : The Lookout

Since taking office in January, President Donald Trump has been waging a war against the traditional news media, undermining reporters and news outlets at every turn with his oft-repeated “fake news” trope.

Deranged, Unstable CNN Loses Its Mind Post-Trump Rally, Led by This Don Lemon Rant

CNN Tonight led the way in providing the left’s response to Tuesday’s Trump rally in Arizona, openly rooting for the President’s removal from office. It was all kickstarted by host Don Lemon’s rant immediately afterward denouncing Trump as a unstable, unintelligent child attacking “an imaginary friend.”

James Clapper: 'I Question His Fitness To Be In Office'

James Clapper minced no words after Trump's rant in Phoenix. He told Don Lemon that he questioned Trump's fitness for office, and more. On Don Lemon's show, Clapper observed that it was "interesting to contrast last night's teleprompter...Show More Summary

Council committee backs new construction fee to aid affordable housing

A key Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday backed a plan for a new fee on the construction of single-family homes, offices, apartments and other developments, with the funds going to pay for affordable housing. The linkage fee backed by the Planning and Land Use Management Committee would...

Monsters Among Us: Eric Dyson stabbed 95-year-old Dan Belvin more than 50 times and then stole his credit cards; Sentenced to 47 1/2 years in prison

Dan Belvin Police identify 95-year-old homicide victim as retired naval officer Colesville-area man arrested in slaying of 95-year-old No bond for suspect in slaying of 95-year-old Montgomery County man Suspect in 95-year-old man’s murder lived in same complex as victim $5K Charged to 95-Year-Old Murder Victim’s Cards After Killing at Senior Living Facility Trial begins […]

Man shot, killed by police in Encino believed to be suspect in murder, child abduction

A suspect shot by Los Angeles police officers Tuesday evening who later died from his injuries is believed to be the suspect in a murder and child abduction that took place in Santa Barbara County Monday, authorities said. The shooting happened about 6:45 p.m. in the 5500 block of Lindley Avenue near Killion Street in […]

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