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Bacon and Masters

6 minutes agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

Today the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich opened Francis Bacon and the Masters. Over 100 works have been brought together with 30 loans from the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, marking the UK/Russia Year of Culture. Show More Summary

15 Extreme Things to do During Your Visit to Utah

Utah is quite possibly one of the most underrated travel destinations in the U.S. The state often goes overlooked in... The post 15 Extreme Things to do During Your Visit to Utah appeared first on Lifehack.

New Hampshire clash of Republican presidential contenders

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — The Republican Party's most ambitious have stormed into New Hampshire for an early state showdown that highlighted the diversity, political challenges and sheer size of the GOP's 2016 presidential class. Speakers on Friday ranged from the party's elite to its longshots: former Florida Gov. Show More Summary

Final answer: There's life after 'Jeopardy!'

There are, give or take, 11 million millionaires in the Unites States, a figure expected to swell to 16.9 by 2017, and who wouldn't want to be part of that crowd?

Erica Kinsman: Jameis Winston Rape Accuser’s Civil Lawsuit Could Have Damaging New Information

Eric Kinsman is filing a civil lawsuit against Jameis Winston accusing the Florida State University quarterback of rape, and a copy of the suit leaked to the internet could show potentially damaging new information for the likely No....Show More Summary

Weekly Wrap: Why the Climate Change Debate Is Not Like the Vaccine Debate

By Dan Olmsted The things you have to think about when you get involved in the vaccine safety issue! Lately I’ve been wondering about the state of the global warming debate, prompted by vaccine injury deniers who say ideas like...

Top Yemen scholars in the West condemn Saudi Arabia’s war

2 hours agoNews : BlogPost

A group of 18 Yemen scholars and experts based in the United States and Britain published an open letter decrying the near month-long Saudi bombing campaign in the country. The letter, whose signatories include academics at Harvard,Show More Summary

Insider: Why Dani Alves' Contract Negotiations Will Need to Move Forward Quickly

Despite a stated desire to remain at Barcelona and the backing of his manager Luis Enrique, it appears Dani Alves ' days at the Camp Nou may be numbered. What is his status with Barcelona? Are other teams interested in the BrazilianShow More Summary

Two US Mormons Detained Outside St. Pete

Two Mormons from the United States were detained outside St. Petersburg on Thursday on charges of illegally crossing into Russia from Finland, the Border Guard Service said in a statement.

U.S. Is Helping Commit Atrocities in Yemen--And Pretends Its Iran's Fault

The powerful Saudi regime has long meddled in Yemen. In an April interview with PBS Newshour, Secretary of State John Kerry was asked about Iran’s involvement in the escalating war in Yemen. His response was astounding and revealing....Show More Summary

Europeans Rise Up Against Free Trade Deal with US

Thousands of people will take to the streets across Europe Saturday to protest against the planned signing of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade agreement between the EU and the United States

Gang leader's arrest sets off firefights in Mexico

Gun battles erupt and vehicles burn in Reynosa, in Tamaulipas state, after arrest of El Gafe, head of Gulf Cartel.

Why Marco Rubio Is Probably the GOP’s Best Hope

Sen. Marco Rubio announced his candidacy for president of the United States at the Freedom Tower in Miami on Monday, highlighting his family’s hardscrabble immigrant roots and embracing traditional values

Ohio Settles Dispute Over Early Voting System

Ohio officials have reached a settlement with voter-rights groups over the election schedule in one of the nation’s most closely-watched presidential swing states.

Toast Of The Week: A $70,000 Minimum Wage

It should be clear to most people now that the world is once again on the cusp of redefining its relationship between money and work. The age-old free market mantra, which states that enough sweat equity and elbow grease equals a commensurate pay check, was never really true, if you think about it. Show More Summary

State board of education member resigns over superintendent hire

James Baumann, a key member of the Illinois State Board of Education, formally resigned this week, citing concerns about the unusual way the new state school superintendent was chosen.

‘The Brink’ Trailer: HBO’s New Geopolitical Comedy

HBO’s The Brink drops Jack Black into Pakistan where he plays a foreign service officer, one of secretary of state Tim Robbins’ minions on the ground amid an escalating geopolitical crisis. The unlikely trio of Black, Robbins and ace...Show More Summary

N.C. liquor law update

The Asheville Citizen-Times provides an update on various bills before the General Assembly to change how alcohol is sold in North Carolina. A brief summary from the article: State law requires that all sales of liquor by the bottle be in the network of ABC stores that are owned by and benefit local government. Brewers […]

Opt-Out Movement Accelerates Amid Common Core Testing

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

ATLANTA (AP) — Thousands of students are opting out of new standardized tests aligned to the Common Core standards, defying the latest attempt by states to improve academic performance. This "opt-out" movement remains scattered but is growing fast in some parts of the country. Show More Summary

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