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Gun Control: Cleveland Law Would Strictly Limit Gun Buys And Create Registry

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Cleveland gun control laws will be perhaps the most strict in the United States if the city council approves Mayor Frank Jackson’s ordinance proposal. Cleveland recently celebrated the return of Lebron James and scored the Republican National Convention, a big economic boom to the northern Ohio town. But now the city is incurring backlash from… Read more »

Bowe Bergdahl May Return To Active Duty Today

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Bowe Bergdahl is slated to return to active duty as early as today. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Sergeant Bergdahl was held by the Taliban for five years and was recently exchanged for five Guantanamo detainees, sparking immense backlash in the process. Bergdahl will take a position at Army North headquarters in Fort Sam… Read more »

Another Amelia Earhart Completes Namesake’s Mission

Another Amelia Earhart Completes Flight

There is another Amelia Earhart taking to the skies these days, and she just completed the mission that her namesake originally tackled. This Amelia, who is 31, posted about her proud accomplishment via Twitter and many followed along with her hashtag “#flywithamelia.” The original Earhart, of course, went missing in 1937 as she attempted to… Read more »

Chicago Protesters Call Obama ‘Worst President’ And Cite Modern Day Slavery

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Chicago protesters deem President Barack Obama the “worst president ever elected.” South Side black residents gathered over the weekend to register their disgust with President Obama. One black male protester said Bill Clinton was the “African-American president,” not Obama. The South Side Chicago protest was held in front of the city’s police department headquarters. The… Read more »

Can Children From Low-Income Families Get A Quality Education?


The short answer to the question posed in the headline is – possibly, but not always. According to Lyndsey Layton, The Washington Post education reporter, it’s a matter of geography. She wrote that a study by the Southern Education Foundation had shown that a majority of students in public schools throughout the American South and… Read more »

Powerball Numbers For July 12 Make Five Millionaires But No Jackpot Winner

Powerball July 12

The Powerball numbers drawn July 12 didn’t yield another jackpot winner, but five ticket holders are celebrating today anyway because their tickets matched the first five numbers, but missed on the Power Ball, making them America’s newest millionaires. At least before taxes kick in. Four million-dollar Powerball tickets were sold in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania… Read more »

Is Light Beer On The Way Out? Sales Projected To Hit 10-Year Low


It looks like American’s taste for beer is becoming more sophisticated as sales of light beer are projected to hit a ten-year low by 2015. Once among the most popular, sales of Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite are becoming less enticing as specialty and craft brews are becoming a common trend among beer… Read more »

Woman Rushed To ER After Suffering Allergic Reaction To Husband’s Sperm


Most people have allergic reactions to food, certain medications or even household products, such as detergent. But, one woman had an allergic reaction to someone as opposed to something. According to the Huffington Post, tests revealed one woman is actually allergic to her own husband. As a matter of fact, the allergic reaction was so… Read more »

Father Claims Kingdom So His Daughter Can Be A Real Princess

Heaton traveled to Africa and planted a flag his children designed, claiming Bir Tawil and naming his daughter a "princess"

A father from Virginia has gone to extreme lengths for his daughter, flying to Africa and claiming a “kingdom” between Egypt and Sudan so that she can be an actual princess. Jermiah Heaton, a father of three from Abingdon, Virginia, was playing with his daughter, Emily, when she asked him if she would ever be… Read more »

Officials Still Don’t Know How Man Lost Fingers to ‘Pirates’

The Pirate King requires two fingertips for passage

Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida is supposed to be the happiest place on earth, but for a British tourist, losing two fingertips to the Pirates of the Caribbean does not make for a happy time. According to officials at the world famous theme park, an unidentified man visiting from the United Kingdom lost two… Read more »