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Dozens of new photos released from Kurt Cobain death probe

Dozens of new photos from the death probe of Kurt Cobain have been released. The Seattle Police Department said that we were going to release 35 new pictures – not seen before- of the rock legend of Nirvana band, Kurt Cobain who had died in 1994. It is said that these photographs had been shot […]

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House Republicans on the Path Toward Obamacare Alternative, Says Majority Whip

It’s no secret that the Affordable Care Act, signed into effect back in 2010, hasn’t been popular with Republicans in Congress. And since the messy rollout of healthcare.gov last fall, a growing number of Americans aren’t too pleased with President Obama’s hallmark legislation, either. Right-wingers have been crowing repeal for years now. But by and […]

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Daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Escapes DWI Charge, Evokes American Ire

Daughter of Robert F. Kennedy and ex-wife of NYS governor Andrew Cuomo Kerry Kennedy has landed herself in hot water after being acquitted of a Westchester County DWI charge last week. Kennedy was arrested in July 2012 after she swerved her Lexus into a tractor-trailer on the I-684. Kennedy’s counsel, with the help of medical […]

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Investigators Probing Into Deceased D.C. Man Found Shot in a Crashed Car

Unfortunately, the consequences of car accidents can be quite harsh. In 2012 alone, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Administration, there were more than 25,500 deadly accidents. While the list of injuries and specific causes is long and quite varied, the majority of deaths stem from the actual accident. Last week, in Washington […]

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CIA Spied Senate Committee Members

When the Staff of Senate Intelligence Committee was reviewing the information in a secret room of CIA headquarters, they were spied, New York Times and McClatchy reports reveal. Actually, the staff went to CIA Headquarters to probe the illegal detention and interrogation room but the officials of the agency closely monitored their official work. Inevitably, […]

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As Legislators Debate Military Prosecution, One Fort Bragg Case Parallels the Problem

On Tuesday, Mar. 4, an important trial begins at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. At the same time, in Washington, D.C., a debate is poised to take shape involving the very issue the Fort Bragg trial is representative of. Such parallels are rare, Yale Law School’s Eugene R. Fidell told The New York Times, but […]

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New Bill for Restoration of Unemployment Benefits

Harry Reid the senate majority leader is going to bring a new bill assuring more benefits to unemployed workers of United States. A close aide of Harry says that “the new bill will reauthorize compensation till six months and it is supposed to be offset”. Furthermore, the aide says “we are trying our best to […]

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Rhode Island Pension Law May Be Too Harsh, Workers Say

A pension law, passed by Rhode Island over two years ago, continues to stir up controversy. “The pension law that Rhode Island passed two years ago is considered among the most far-reaching in the nation, largely because it not only lowered the retirement benefits of new workers but affected the future benefits of current workers, […]

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Address Issues of Cash Flow, Expansion with a Small Business Loan

Surviving as a small business in 2014 won’t be any easier than it has been in the past. Even as Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles I. Plosser predicts the economy will grow significantly this year, dropping the unemployment rate to 6.5%, the fact is 80% of all small businesses will still fail. The Realities of […]

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Should Anti-Texting Laws Extend from the Road to the Sidewalk?

Car accidents are an unfortunately normal occurrence in the United States, with over 10.8 million reported to authorities every year. The causes for this high volume vary from the unavoidable, like mechanical failures and inclement weather, to man-made issues, like drunk driving and texting. The latter causes an estimated 25% of all automobile accidents in […]