Monthly Archives: August 2017

Glenn Beck’s Blaze announces mass layoffs

Glenn Beck’s Blaze announces mass layoffs

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Not even desert safe from wildfire threat in blazing West

Not even the desert is safe from the threat of wildfires across parts of the West where crews are battling wildland blazes in triple-digit heat. Continue reading

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Penn State frat pledge death charges rest in hands of judge

A judge is set to announce whether he’s keeping alive charges against Penn State fraternity members linked to the death of a pledge whose agonizing night after a fall down stairs was captured by security cameras in February. Continue reading

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Turmoil in Venezuela to vie for Pope’s attention in Colombia

The brick-built Center for Migrants in Bogota opened its doors as a haven for families displaced by Colombia’s then-raging internal conflict. Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Lidia lashes Mexico’s Los Cabos resorts

Tropical Storm Lidia lashed Mexico’s resort-studded southern Baja California Peninsula with heavy rains, as about 1,400 people sought refuge at storm shelters in the Los Cabos resorts. Continue reading

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Fire torches historic national park chalet in Montana

The main building of an historic, backcountry chalet in Glacier National Park in northern Montana burned in a wildfire Thursday evening. Continue reading

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Confederate Motorcycles changing its name and going electric

Confederate Motorcycles changing its name and going electric

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Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke resigns, future unclear

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke resigns, future unclear

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White nationalist Christopher Cantwell denied bond on felony charges in Charlottesville rally

White nationalist Christopher Cantwell denied bond on felony charges in Charlottesville rally

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OPINION: Ex-NFL star on the flag and why he stands

OPINION: Ex-NFL star on the flag and why he stands

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Waters rips Rather’s ‘fearful’ POTUS remark: ‘Trump’s so scared, he’s bombing Russian allies’

Waters rips Rather’s ‘fearful’ POTUS remark: ‘Trump’s so scared, he’s bombing Russian allies’

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Efforts to mend China-Vatican rift seem stalled over bishops

The Vatican’s efforts to heal a decades-long rift with China appear to have stalled, with each unwilling to accept controversial bishops appointed by the other. Continue reading

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3 weeks from New Zealand election, poll puts liberals ahead

Three weeks before a general election, the dramatic rise of New Zealand opposition leader Jacinda Ardern has been highlighted by an opinion poll that puts her liberal party ahead of the ruling conservatives for the first time in more than a decade. Continue reading

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‘I AM GRATEFUL’ Spicer writes last email to WH staff as he departs

‘I AM GRATEFUL’ Spicer writes last email to WH staff as he departs

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Details emerge about gunman suspected of killing California sheriff’s deputy

The suspect accused of killing a California sheriff’s deputy Wednesday has a criminal history, court documents show. Continue reading

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Harvey deaths, other fatalities push morgue to near capacity

Bodies are piling up at the Houston morgue because of Harvey: Not only did the storm lead to more than 30 deaths, but the widespread flooding has also prevented funeral homes from collecting the corpses of those who died from other causes. Continue reading

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‘Don’t touch me. I’m dying.’ Harrowing Harvey stories emerge

Tragic stories of Harvey victims are emerging as the death toll from the storm mounts. Continue reading

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UK: 52% of people believe Islam is a threat to the West

Originally posted on Muslim Statistics:
Almost half of English people more suspicious of Muslims as a result of recent terror attacks, study finds ‘Worrying’ report shows a quarter of English people believe Islam is a ‘dangerous’ religion, but overall England is becoming more tolerant and open May Bulman, @maybulman The Independent Online Members of the Muslim community… Continue reading

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Woman convicted in suicide text case files notice of appeal

A young Massachusetts woman who as a teenager sent her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself before he did so has filed notice she intends to appeal her conviction and jail sentence. Continue reading

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Saudi flogging of blogger: ‘They were cheering like it was a beach party’

‘They were cheering like it was a beach party’: Wife of jailed Saudi blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes shares horrific footage of him during flogging that nearly killed him and reveals she hasn’t heard from him in TWO YEARS Raif Badawi, 33, was arrested in 2012 after blogging about freedom of speech Saudi religious court … Continue reading Continue reading

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