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2 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Venezuelan women are panicking because the country is experiencing a shortage of brand-name breast implants, causing women who are desperate for bigger cup sizes to take drastic measures. Because of the shortage, women and their doctors are turning to unsafe practices-using the wrong cup size or buying implants that are of lesser quality, NBC News reports .
2 hrs ago | Gateway Pundit
A medical worker wearing a protective suit carries bags followed by Ebola infected children in the high-risk area of the Elwa hospital runned by Medecins Sans Frontieres User "Scouter" from Free Republic configured the the projected number of Ebola cases and Ebola deaths worldwide based on the numbers that have been reported from June through September of this year. Based on his calculations , by next September 2015 there will be between 1.1 million and 2.3 million deaths worldwide from the Ebola virus.
3 hrs ago | Fox News
FILE: January 31, 2012 : Then-CIA Director David Petraeus speaks at a Senate intelligence committee hearing on Capitol Hill, in Washington. A federal judge says a Tampa, Florida, woman can pursue her lawsuit alleging that the government invaded her privacy in the scandal over former CIA director David Petraeus.
7 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
U.S. President Barack Obama reacts as he talks with New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key after the closing session of the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague March 25, 2014. World leaders called on Tuesday for countries to minimise their stocks of highly enriched nuclear fuel to help prevent al Qaeda-style militants from obtaining atomic bombs, at the end of a two-day summit overshadowed by the crisis in Ukraine.
7 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Top Obama administration officials knew just how vulnerable HealthCare.gov was to malicious security breaches when it launched, leaving data at risk to hackers that have already breached the website at least once. According to documents obtained by government oversight nonprofit Judicial Watch, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services officials knew about the depth of HealthCare.gov's security problems but didn't stop to fix them before the launch, as many reports have previously indicated.
8 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Lindsay Lohan claims she was responsible for handling Whitney Houston's dead body during her four-month community service stint at the Los Angeles County Dept. of Coroner.
10 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is shooting guns again in an effort to distance herself from the president, as she battles Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for the Kentucky seat. In a 30-second TV spot airing statewide Monday, Grimes loads and fires a shotgun on a number of clay birds as she explains why she's different from the president and mocks McConnell.
11 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
If you like your plan, you can keep your plan. Until your plan is mandated out of existence, which is exactly what happened to Pattie Curran, a North Carolina mother of three.
15 hrs ago | Fox News
May 23, 2014: In this file photo, Janay Rice, left, looks on as her husband, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, speaks to the media during an news conference in Owings Mills, Md. The ex-Ravens star who is now, quite deservedly, the poster boy for a battering spouse is one of a long line of professional athletes who have engaged in violence and gotten away with a wrist slap or no punishment at all.
The Clark Fork River in Montana runs through Missoula, which has sued private-equity firm Carlyle Group for control of the city's water utility. LP bought the pipes, pumps and water wells in Missoula, Mont., and several California communities in what the firm assumed was a relatively low-risk bet.
While Stacy is busy cataloging the many derangements and insanities of feminism through the years, it seems only appropriate to turn the spotlight this week on the literary icon feminists love to hate, James Bond. As chronicled in Simon Winder's The Man Who Saved Britain , Bond was a reaction to the loss of Empire and the drastically narrowed horizons of postwar Britain; his glamorous life of derring-do and hot dames was a sorely-needed antidote to the misery and rationing of not-so-Merrie Olde England.
Conservative Martin Baker attended a rally in support Officer Darren Wilson in St. Louis. As news of this rally in support of Wilson spread across social media it wasn't long before Baker's attendance was noticed by those super tolerant liberals.
The U.S. and U.N. documented the use of chemical weapons in 2013. Obama did nothing.
A new Egyptian stamp meant to mark an effort by the government to build an expansion to the Suez Canal contains an embarrassing error: When the Egyptian government proudly announced plans to build a new Suez Canal last month, officials were so puffed up with pride that they took the time-honoured step of commissioning a series of stamps to mark the 2.4 billion project. But in an embarrassing start to the scheme, it appears that the stamps are not all they seem - the designers have managed to mix up their canals.
How can a woman be opposed to the fight to help women achieve equality?
Al-Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent suffered its first setback this week when a group of fighters reportedly attacked the wrong ship. The Islamists thought they were attacking an American aircraft carrier but attacked a Pakistani Naval frigate instead.
The terrorist organization ISIS beheaded British journalist David Haines in a video released Saturday. Haines is the group's third videotaped beheading victim, following American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 05:01 pm
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