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Publisher Accidentally Places Porn Star On Math Textbook


When it comes to education in general in the United States, the biggest subject that is splitting the teaching staff down the middle in the implementation of common core. The Inquisitr reported numerous times on common core which includes its implementation in physical education as well as sex education (much to the disdain of parents)…. Read more »

House Approves Arms For Syrian Rebels To Fight ISIS

The House approved arms and training for Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS

In a vote Wednesday, the House approved giving President Obama the authority to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS in the Middle East. The vote was bipartisan, reports CBS News, with 273 votes in favor of the measure and 156 against. Democrats made up 85 of the votes against, with Republicans adding the… Read more »

GoDaddy Launches New Ad Campaign — Yes, It’s Still Edgy

New GoDaddy commercial.

GoDaddy is famous for its sexy commercials that push the envelope of what should be allowed on television, often featuring celebrities like Danica Patrick. But now it seems GoDaddy has ditched the sex appeal angle for a more comedic approach to advertising. A series of new GoDaddy commercials have been released with a common theme,… Read more »

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

Service dogs are trained to help veterans with PTSD.

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. Several organizations are making a difference by placing service dogs with veterans, including K9s for Warriors, reported USA Today on… Read more »

Chinese Hackers Infiltrated U.S. Military Contractors

Chinese hackers infiltrated U.S. military systems

Chinese hackers have breached the computer systems of multiple contractors that do business with the U.S. military. The hackers weren’t tech experts acting alone, though. According to the results of a one-year probe by the Senate Armed Services Committee, the hackers were with the Chinese government. The results of the probe were publicly released on… Read more »

Bill Clinton Urges Scotland To Reject Independence

Bill Clinton

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has delivered a statement urging Scots to reject the upcoming independence referendum. Bill Clinton began his statement by saying he was “reluctant” to offer his personal views on the matter, given that the Scots alone should make their decision regarding Thursday’s referendum on whether to stay in the U.K. or… Read more »

Princess Diana’s Estate Passes On To Prince Harry, Now What?


Half of Princess Diana‘s estate has been in the possession of her mother and sister since her untimely death in 1997. Originally, it was meant to pass on to Prince William and Prince Harry when they turned 25. However, a loop hole in her wishes allowed the personal items to be held until they turned… Read more »

Meagan Work: Mom Suspected Of Killing Toddler Had A Troubled Past

Colton Turner

Meagan Work is currently being held on $250,000 bond. Although she is not yet charged with murder, authorities believe she is responsible for the death of her toddler son. The remains of two-year-old Colton Turner were discovered Friday, September 12. Although the cause of death has not been determined, Meagan was reported for child abuse… Read more »

ISIS: Teen Girls That Ran Away To Join The Islamic State Now Pregnant

Islamic State

Teen girls that fled Austria to join ISIS are now reportedly pregnant. Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Seimovic, 15, posted to their social media accounts that they had left Europe and are now living in Syria. Kesinovic was thought to have been killed in during Islamic State combat until reports emerged earlier this week that… Read more »