Archive for: May 9th, 2012


Murder, Kidnap Suspect Added to Most Wanted List

Adam Mayes, suspected in murders and kidnappings of Tennessee family, among US’ Ten Most Wanted Fugitives

  • PHOTOS: America’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives

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    Union Funding New Home For Occupy DC in Office

    Labor union paying $4,000 a month rent to allow protesters run operations from office building instead of tent city


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    Religious Groups Protest Sebelius’ Georgetown Talk

    University ripped for inviting health secretary to speak, as groups say she is behind Obama contraceptive rule

  • Blogger Criticizes Black Studies, ‘Ivory Tower’ Fires Back?

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    Viewpoint: Let Germans read Mein Kampf

    There is no law against publishing Mein Kampf in Germany, but the copyright holders have until now refused permission to do so. The time has come to reissue Hitler’s book, argues Stephan J Kramer.

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    Is hypnosis defense latest tool of thieves?


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    Flesh-eating bacteria strikes in zip line outing


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    Obama aide: Edwards’ lover seen as ‘loose cannon’


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    Spain moves for a partial nationalisation of Bankia

    Spain’s Ministry of Finance has confirmed the government is to mount a rescue of the country’s fourth largest lender with a partial nationalisation…

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    New suspicions: Did Iran organize a clean-up at suspected nuclear site?


    Freshly released satellite imagery shows “unusual activity” at Iran’s Parchin military base, which the West fears is used for nuclear experiments. But is the imagery sufficient evidence for claims of a clean-up…
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    Holloway praises Blackpool grit

    Manager Ian Holloway hails his Blackpool side after they beat Birmingham to reach the Championship play-off final against West Ham.

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