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  1. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.

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  2. On Native GroundMASSACHUSETTS Democrats had a Lousy CandidateRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | American Reporter

    You drive over the long sloping hills of State Highway 460, watching the farms and thick trees slip over the horizon, how they rise and rise until you begin to think they are an endless procession speeding past in an infinite blur. In the distance, there is the dark sapphire blue pressing into the clouds, the haunting shadow violet limning the worn undulations of water-carved phosphorescent rivulets trickling down the ancient slopes.

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  3. Thai woman sought for housing bomb-making materialsRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Thai authorities are hunting for a Thai woman after bomb-making materials were found in her rented apartment in Bangkok's Min Buri district, police spokesman Prawut Thawornsiri said Monday. Police searched the room at Maimuna Garden Home on Sunday, and seized a number of items that could be used to make bombs, including urea, six bottles of powder, electrical wiring, wristwatches and walkie talkie, Prawut said at a televised press briefing.

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  4. 'Fear the Walking Dead' Recap: Season 1, Episode 2: 'So Close, Yet So Far'Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | WSJ Media and Advertising

    There won't be any more birthday parties, that's for sure. Chaos is descending pretty quickly on the residents of Los Angeles, but most of them don't see it at all.

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  5. Fishpond fined for selling illegal goodsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Kiwi e-commerce company Fishpond.co.nz has been fined $50,000 for selling a dog tracking device and a digital walkie talkie which could create safety risks. The Garmin DC50 dog tracking device could interfere with radio transmissions by licensed users including people in transport, forestry and logging operations.

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  6. 'Thai helper' soughtRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Police believe a Thai woman kept a second safe house for the bombers to assemble explosives from these and other materials - as interrogators slowly wring information from the arrested foreigner whose identity is still unknown. Clockwise from top left: Explosive detonators, pipes that could pack bombs, far too many Turkey passports, and thousands of 5mm ball bearings, the size used in the Ratchaprasong explosion - four reasons the unidentified bombing suspect was taken into custody on Saturday.

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  7. updateBomb ingredients found in apartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    Authorities search an apartment in Min Buri for more evidence that may be linked to the Aug 17 bombings. Urea-based fertilizer, flash powder and other items that can be used to construct improvised explosive devices were found in a room in an apartment block being searched by police investigating the Aug 17 bombings.

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  8. MomentumA World of HurtRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    You drive over the long sloping hills of State Highway 460, watching the farms and thick trees slip over the horizon, how they rise and rise until you begin to think they are an endless procession speeding past in an infinite blur. In the distance, there is the dark sapphire blue pressing into the clouds, the haunting shadow violet limning the worn undulations of water-carved phosphorescent rivulets trickling down the ancient slopes.

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  9. Nine buildings nominated for title of Britain's worst in the Carbuncle CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Mail on Sunday

    The 'fag butt', 'Walkie Talkie', 'Blob' and six other buildings nominated for the title of Britain's worst in the annual Carbuncle Cup Name comes from Prince Charles' famous comment describing a proposed extension of London's National Gallery as a 'monstrous carbuncle' A tower block christened 'the fag butt', an 'acutely sharp' futuristic hotel and the City of London's infamous Walkie Talkie are all in the running for the annual Carbuncle Cup. The award recognises the worst new building in Britain and is now in its tenth year of embarrassing architects and planners.

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  10. Gang fears lead to rise in segregationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The New Zealand Herald

    Connor Morris' killer is among an increasing number of at-risk prisoners being put in segregation and a top criminologist says gangs are the reason more inmates fear for their safety. Department of Corrections figures released under the Official Information Act show the number of segregated prisoners rose by 461 between June 2013 and June this year.

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  11. Lisa Unleashed: Clean-Up To Ring 5 Please! - Ring Steward ConfidentialRead the original story

    Saturday | The Newtown Bee

    My senses were overtaken recently by all things dog show! As a ring steward for the Newtown Kennel Club, the Elm City Kennel Club, and the Northwestern Connecticut Dog Club dog shows at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Mass, I ring stewarded over four days for the judging of nearly 600 dogs. Ring stewards have been called the "office managers" of the dog show ring.

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  12. Netflix's Narcos Tries to Be The Wire of the Colombian Drug WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Phoenix New Times

    Narcos , Netflix's new drug-war docudrama , is nearly as ambitious as its central character, Pablo Escobar. Over the course of 10 dense, sprawling episodes, the series tells the 20-year history of the narcotrafficker's rise and fall in relation to Colombia's blood-soaked history and the U.S.'s escalating drug war, from Richard Nixon through George H.W. Bush.

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  13. Netflix's 'Narcos' Tries to Be 'The Wire' for Colombia's Drug WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Houston Press

    Narcos , Netflix's new drug-war docudrama , is nearly as ambitious as its central character, Pablo Escobar.

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  14. Mississippians better protected 10 years after KatrinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    "Early on, we had 10,000 people on the missing list," said Robert Latham, Executive Director of the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency. He is a living history of events of Hurricane Katrina.

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  15. Netflix's Narcos Tries to Be The Wire for Colombia's Drug WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | LA Weekly

    Narcos , Netflix's new drug-war docudrama , is nearly as ambitious as its central character, Pablo Escobar. Over the course of 10 dense, sprawling episodes, the series tells the 20-year history of the narcotrafficker's rise and fall in relation to Colombia's blood-soaked history and the United States' escalating drug war, from Richard Nixon through George H.W. Bush.

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  16. With IS in Coalition Cross-Hairs, al-Qaida's Syria Affiliate ReemergesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Voice of America

    An Islamist Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra fighter talks on a walkie-talkie while carrying his weapon on Al-Khazan frontline of Khan Sheikhoun, northern Idlib province, Syria, May 17, 2014. The almost singular focus by the United States and some of its coalition partners on defeating the group known as the Islamic State appears to be giving new life to the group's chief rival.

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  17. Ditch Email, and Instead Use These 3 Tools at Your StartupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Fox News

    It sounds revolutionary, but if you lead a startup, don't use email to communicate with your team. Don't get me wrong, email is one of the most important business inventions of the last 100 years.

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  18. HQ98 Says Two-Way Radios Keep Wedding Staff Connected, Events on TimeRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | PR.com

    When wedding or special event companies have multiple or large events happening at their venues, how do they keep everything coordinated? A growing trend in this industry is the use of two-way radios, says Dave McClintic, director of sales for HQ98. "Some of the products trending in this industry are the Motorola low-profile systems with one, four or six channels and headsets; Motorola radios with a variety of optional headsets; and Kenwood systems with four channels, 1.5 radios and a variety of optional headsets.

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  19. Two-way radios keep wedding staff connected, events on-timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | PR Log

    Aug. 25, 2015 - PRLog -- When wedding or special event companies have multiple or large events happening at their venues, how do they keep everything coordinated? A growing trend in this industry is the use of two-way radios, says Dave McClintic, director of sales for HQ98. "Some of the products trending in this industry are the Motorola low-profile systems with one, four or six channels and headsets; Motorola radios with a variety of optional headsets; and Kenwood systems with four channels, 1.5 radios and a variety of optional headsets.

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  20. America's mass incarceration problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | OUPblog

    The United States holds the world's largest prison population, but just how deep does our nation's system of punishment and containment run? In the Fall 2015 issue of the Journal of American History , which is freely available online , historians examine the origins and consequences of America's carceral state. These articles discuss how mass incarceration's effects seep into all facets of American society-economic, political, legal, and social.

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