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Service Dogs Lend A Helping Paw To Veterans With PTSD [Video]

With their unconditional love and goofy acts, dogs make a difference in millions of lives every day. But for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions, trained service dogs can provide life-saving help. Show More Summary

Billboard Of The Day

11 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via Nashville television station WSMV: In Portland, TN, a towering billboard quotes a Leviticus passage from the Old Testament: "You shall not lie with a man as with a woman. It is an abomination." Ronnie Monday, a Vietnam veteran, is the man behind the message. Show More Summary

Washington Bowhunter Survives Black Bear Tree Attack

When veteran hunter Jerry Hause, 60, went out bowhunting on Washington's September 1 season opener, he expected a quiet day in the woods with his son and perhaps a chance at some elk. What he did not expect was getting into a scuffle with a black bear...

22 a Day is Unconscionable: Preventing Veteran Suicide

An estimated 22 veterans die by suicide each day. But you will see no headlines on their passing. For many of our brave servicemen and women, transitioning home is challenging. Imagine the strain of leaving family and friends for months on end in an unfamiliar country, enduring battle and seeing your friends fall to the enemy. Show More Summary

Commemorating 9/11 and Beyond

Since 2010, when Veterans Expeditions launched what I think was the first 9/11 Commemoration Climb to help America see the day as an opportunity to lead us to new heights vs. remembering only the despair and destruction, several other organizations have used 9/11 as a day of celebration. Show More Summary

Why This SEO Veteran Is Joining the Duct Tape Marketing Consultant Network

Why This SEO Veteran Is Joining the Duct Tape Marketing Consultant Network written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing It’s guest post day here at Duct Tape Marketing and today’s guest post...Show More Summary

Raiders' James Jones Makes Incredible 1-Handed Touchdown Catch

Oakland Raiders receiver James Jones made one of the best plays of the day on this 30-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter. Not only did the veteran receiver make a great play to catch the ball with one hand, but he also managed to find a way to get both feet down. Show More Summary

'Chicago Fire' actress Molly Glynn dies in tragic accident

Veteran actress Molly Glynn, whose credits include "Chicago Fire" and "Early Edition," died Saturday, one day after a tragic accident where a tree fell on her head in suburban Chicago.

Toronto Festival 2014: Stacked-Up Premieres Leave Bill Murray Fans in the Rain

last weekArts : ArtsBeat

The first ever Bill Murray Day ended with downpours drenching the premiere of "St. Vincent," starring Mr. Murray as a drunken Vietnam veteran.

Ask D’Mine: Who’s In Control During the School Day?

Happy Saturday, and welcome back to our weekly advice column, Ask D’Mine, hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and educator Wil Dubois. This week, Wil tackles a question from a very worried D-Mom whose daughter just went back to… The post Ask D’Mine: Who’s In Control During the School Day? appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.

‘Big Brother’ Eviction Show Sidesteps NFL With Move To Wednesdays

Reality fans expecting to watch a Big Brother contestant get das boot on Thursday had better double-check their calendars first. CBS said today that it is shifting the weeknight episodes of its veteran ogle-fest ahead one day to make room for its first season hosting Thursday Night Football. Show More Summary

Barbara Walters Pens Blunt Joan Rivers Eulogy: ‘A Few Things Are Important to Know’

last weekNews : Mediaite

Veteran newswoman Barbara Walters wrote a column for the Daily News Friday memorializing Joan Rivers who died the previous day at 81.

The Day I Stood in the Command Tent Hearing of Your Death, Father

Veteran Airman Nicholas Miele skillfully juxtaposes a personal rite of passage with a personal loss. The post The Day I Stood in the Command Tent Hearing of Your Death, Father appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Police Ain’t Isht: Indiana Cop Admits To Raping Woman During Labor Day Drunken Driving Arrest

SMFH!!! Indiana Police Officer Rapes Woman An Indiana police officer is in custody after he admitted to raping a heavily intoxicated woman last Labor Day weekend during a drunk driving arrest. reports: A 19-year veteran with the Fort

Lava Lamp inventor: a World War II veteran turned ardent nudist

last weekOdd : Boing Boing

Edward Craven Walker, a Royal Air Force pilot in World War II turned nudist filmmaker, came up with the idea for his iconic Lava Lamp while "drunkenly transfixed by a strange gadget at a pub." On a presumably rainy day in the mid-1950s, Craven Walker paid a visit to Queen’s Head, a small pub southwest of London. Read the rest

Woman Who Left Kids in Car During Job Interview Regains Custody

There's some good news in the case of Shanesha Taylor, the 35-year-old homeless Air Force veteran who lost custody of her children after being arrested for leaving two of her kids in a car alone on a hot day while she attended a job interview. After five months, she has been granted full custody of her children. Her kids can finally come home. Read more...

Buffalo Bills News: Kyle Orton Will Be Ready Week 1, Doug Marrone Says

Kyle Orton has only been a member of the Buffalo Bills a few days, but after a crash course in the team’s offense the veteran journeyman will be ready to serve as backup in Week 1, the team’s coach said. Orton spent Labor Day at theShow More Summary

NFL News: Raiders Make Right Call to Start QB Derek Carr over Matt Schaub

The biggest story sweeping across the NFL on Labor Day is the decision the Oakland Raiders have made to start rookie quarterback Derek Carr over veteran newcomer Matt Schaub. Fox Sports' Jay Glazer had the news: It was the right call, and one that coach Dennis Allen should take pride in. Show More Summary

Suicide Takes 22 Soldiers a Day: What Can We Do?

American soldiers are "bringing the war home": 22 veterans and one active duty soldier are said to commit suicide every day. Some estimate that more than 30 lives are lost every day.

What’s going on at Suffolk?

Just days before the start of the new school year, Suffolk University Wednesday abruptly replaced president James McCarthy with a year remaining on his contract, and tapped a veteran educator with a reputation for turning around struggling colleges to serve as interim leader. At an afternoon meeting, the university’s board of trustees voted unanimously to […]

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