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Toddler’s Mother Also Researched Child Deaths In Hot Cars

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Authorities have determined that Cooper Harris’ mother also researched hot car deaths — weeks before the Georgia toddler died inside a hot car. Leanna and Justin Ross Harris contend their son’s death was a tragic accident. However, authorities are beginning to question their involvement. On June 18, Justin Ross Harris was supposed to take his… Read more »

Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of Friend Of Accused Boston Marathon Bomber

Jury Selection Begin for Some Involved in Boston Bombing

Jury selection is scheduled to begin this morning for one of the three Boston Marathon bombing suspects friends charged with obstructing an investigation. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the brothers accused of detonating a deadly bomb at the Boston Marathon in 2013, reportedly had three friends at his University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth dorm dispose of… Read more »

Bourbon Street Shooting: 9 Shot, 2 Critically Wounded [Video]

Bourbon Street Shooting, No Fatalities Yet

The Bourbon Street shooting, which occurred in the early Sunday morning hours — around 2:45 am — has resulted in nine injuries at this time, with two being “critically wounded,” The Associated Press reports. According to the news organization, two men “exchanged gunfire early Sunday on the city’s always-crowded Bourbon Street in the celebrated French… Read more »

Mitt Romney Will Not Run For President In 2016, So Please Stop Asking

Mitt Romney Nixes Presidential Talk Once And For All

Mitt Romney for President — again? It seems with all the speculation on the Democrat side about whether Hillary Clinton will or won’t try for the Oval Office in two years, Republican pontificators are now wanting to get in on the action by speculating about their own 2012 presidential nominee. However, this story, which keeps… Read more »

Women More Physically, Verbally Aggressive To Partners Than Men, Study Claims

Women More Aggressive: Physically And Verbally

Women more aggressive than men? That’s what a new study claims on intimate partner violence (IPV). The findings were part of a symposium entitled “Developments in Intimate Partner Violence Research and Practice,” and it took place Wednesday, June 25. Presented at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Forensic Psychology annual conference in Glasgow, it found… Read more »

Bob McDonald, Former P&G CEO, Is Obama’s Pick For VA

Obama Bob McDonald VA Secretary

President Barack Obama will name former Procter and Gamble CEO Bob McDonald as Secretary of Veterans Affairs on Monday, according to the Associated Press. BREAKING: Obama selects former Procter and Gamble executive Robert McDonald to head Veterans Affairs — The Associated Press (@AP) June 29, 2014 McDonald will become the permanent replacement at the top… Read more »

Proud To Be An American, Unless You Are Liberal [Poll]

Proud To Be An American? Yes, If You Are Conservative

“Proud to be an American” were lyrics sung by country music crooner Lee Greenwood in his 1984 hit “God Bless the USA.” According to a new poll from Pew Research, those words are something liberals largely disagree with. The numbers, released late last week, revealed that around 60 percent of people who identified themselves as… Read more »

Islamic Terrorists Attack Church, Murder Dozens In Nigeria

Islamic militants attacked Christians in several Nigerian villages today.

Islamic terrorists in Nigeria have killed dozens of Christian worshippers and burned at least four churches to the ground this Sunday morning as Christians gathered to worship. The attacks took place in villages near the location where Boko Haram recently kidnapped hundreds of Christian girls and threatened to sell them into slavery. Attacks by Islamic… Read more »

2014 NHL Draft A Family Affair For Kapanen, Lemieux, Donato, Turgeon, More

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The Pittsburgh Penguins were the first of several NHL teams to choose players with very familiar names in the 2014 NHL draft, choosing Kasperi Kapanen (son of Sami Kapanen, who played with the Whalers, Hurricanes and Flyers) with their first round pick. The Buffalo Sabres quickly followed suit, choosing Brendan Lemieux, son of NHL standout… Read more »

These Pigs Have Been Raised With A Taste For And Of Whiskey

Pigs Whiskey

Fine quality pork is always a little hard to come by. But a distillery is attempting to enhance the value of the succulent meat by adding a unique flavor. Twenty-five pigs are currently milling around in open pens on a tiny farm in Iowa. They are robust, healthy and fat, but more importantly, they are… Read more »

5.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Through Arizona [BREAKING]

Around 10pm Saturday a 5.2 magnitude earthquake shook through Arizona.

Saturday night, just before 10pm, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake shook through southeast Arizona. It was reported at a depth of 5 kilometers. The U.S. Geological Survey has noted it is likely the second most powerful earthquake ever felt in Arizona. “Arizona has experienced earthquakes before,” said U.S. Geology Survey geophysicist Jana Pursley. “There was a… Read more »