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My Little Pony and penalty shoot-outs may not be the first subjects which come to mind when you think of university academia topics.
5 hrs ago | Evening Times
FOR decades cancer deaths in Glasgow have been far too high, leading to a premature death for too many people.
If ISIS attacks again, what will U.S. do? - Column If ISIS attacks one or more U.S. cities, what then? We can't bomb ourselves.
What is called "the" 1964 Civil Rights Act is justly celebrated for outlawing racial and other discrimination in employment, "public accommodations" and elsewhere.
A Utah woman accused of using a pound of bacon to start a fire in her ex-boyfriend's house will stand trial on arson charges.
The bodies of two men who had been bound with duct tape, stabbed and weighed down with makeshift anchors were pulled from a river Wednesday after a third bound man, wet and also covered with stab wounds, was found wandering along a road in the dark, police said.
Paul Keating has always taken wicked pleasure in cutting his enemies down to size, but his delight in shrinking Bob Hawke's most treasured legend to that of a minnow surely ranks close to the unholiest cut of all.
A newlywed couple charged in the stabbing death of a stranger they lured through a Craigslist ad offering companionship pleaded guilty to murder on Tuesday and face mandatory sentences of life without parole.
That's all the more reason why state leaders must find a way to come up with a measly $7.5 million to promote Washington to outsiders.
To call Ferguson a suburb is disingenuous. According to the Brookings Institution, the community's poverty rate doubled to 22 percent from 11 percent between 2000 and 2012.
Some people in normally laid back Crested Butte are not up for "Whatever" - a secretive Bud Light plan to paint their mountain town blue and turn it into a fantasy town for an online and television ad campaign.
The month-long Agricultural Land Commission consultation closed Aug. 22, and the B.C. government is compiling the feedback received from a province-wide tour and invitation to comment.
Tired of that friend or relative who won't stop posting or tweeting political opinions? Online loudmouths may be annoying, but a new survey suggests they are in the minority.
"I felt like I was a prisoner in my own body," said Rochelle Trochtenberg, 31, a former Los Angeles foster youth who now lives in Eureka, Calif.
Have an opinion about rail? Now you can make it heard. Here to tell us more -- Vice President of R-T-K-L Nathan Cherry.
Here in the nation's capital, the question of the moment is whether the rise of the Islamic State extremist group has changed President Barack Obama's reluctance to re-engage in Iraq militarily, or to really intervene for the first time in Syria-and that certainly is an important question.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 06:20 am
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