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Nathan Francis

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Nathan is a veteran of the newspaper industry, having worked at both daily and weekly papers and as a trade magazine editor. He has covered New York state and national politics, government, education and the business sector and was recently nominated for the National Newspaper Association's 2012 Better Newspaper Contest. Aside from his work in journalism, Nathan is also a contributor to several financial and business-related blogs. Email: Nathan@Inquisitr.com


Jonathan Martin Placed On Non-Football Illness List, Ending Season

Jonathan Martin Placed On Non-Football Illness List, Ending Season

Jonathan Martin has been placed on the reserve/non-football illness list on Saturday, ending the season for the embattled Miami Dolphins offensive lineman. Martin has been away from the team since leaving abruptly on October 28, claiming that he could no longer play in a locker room atmosphere that had grown toxic. Later Martin released details… Read more »

Nigeria Destroys 240,000 Bottles Of Beer For Being Against Islamic Law

Nigeria Destroys 240,000 Bottles Of Beer For Being Against Islamic Law

Nigeria destroyed nearly a quarter million bottles of beer in a strike against behavior that violates strict Sharia Islamic law. The crackdown happened in the city of Kano, where police enforcing Islamic law destroyed close to 240,000 bottles of beer. The beer had been taken from trucks entering the city in the past few weeks…. Read more »

Katherine Webb Chooses Her Boyfriend Over Her Alma Mater

Katherine Webb Chooses Her Boyfriend Over Her Alma Mater

Katherine Webb has a decision to make. The 24-year-old model has watched her boyfriend, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, put together a stellar career that includes three national titles (one of them while he was a redshirt freshman). He and the Crimson Tide are going for an undefeated season, and one of the only teams now… Read more »

Angola: Islam Is Not Banned, Says Rumors Meant To Cause Tension

Destroyed Mosque

Angola has not banned Islam, according to a spokesperson for the African nation’s embassy. Earlier in the week, reports surfaced that the government had barred the religion from the country. Reports said that Angola was declaring Islam illegal and shutting down all mosques. Rosa Cruz e Silva, Angola Minister of Culture, reportedly said that the… Read more »