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April 15, 2013

Two Dead at Boston Marathon Explosions

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It is now being reported that there were two people killed in the explosions that hit the Boston Marathon this afternoon.   The series of explosions occurred near the finish line and caused dozens of additional injuries.  The explosions occurred near the Boston Library as well and the city is in a state of shock over the incident. At first, there were two blasts reported, and now there is at…

Panhandler Angry that Man Won’t Give Money, so He Sets the Man on Fire

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A man was set on fire in California for refusing to give money to a panhandler.  The 63-year old victim was asked for money in Long Beach this weekend, and rejected the 37-year old’s request for funds.   The man waited outside and when the other man came out of the store, the panhandler doused him with gasoline and set him on fire. The man was inside his car when…

Tacky, Ignorant or Insensitive? Justin Bieber Says Anne Frank Would Be His Fan

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Justin Bieber apparently doesn’t know what to say when he appears in sacred places.  Anne Frank died as a teenager in 1945 in a concentration camp.  But Bieber, who visited the Anne Frank guest house, wrote that if Anne had lived, he hoped that she would be cheering for him in the stands. “Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have…

George Bush’s Daughter Gives Him a Grand Child

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If you love the Bush family, then you’ve got another member of the family to get excited about.  If you don’t like them, then this is not your lucky day.   But the birth of an innocent child is always something to rejoice, so please keep that in mind.  Jenna Bush Hager gave birth to a girl this week, adding a new addition to the family.  Margaret Laura ‘Mila’ Hager…

A too-short life honored in heartbreaking photos: Husband document’s wife’s tragic cancer journey from healthy young woman to grave in pictures

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      They’re images that would break anyone’s heart. A husband’s poignant photo series documents the intimate moments of his wife’s fight with breast cancer — and her ultimate death. Read More    

Airline forced black passengers to take off jeans, hoodies before boarding first class, but let white passenger dressed identically on plane, lawsuit claims

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      Two African-American passengers are claiming a U.S. Airways airline employee refused to let them into first class unless they changed out of their hoodies and jeans. Miles and MacCraig Warren were flying home from Denver to Los Angeles after a relative’s funeral last August. The brothers say an airline employee stopped them at the gate, asking MacCraig to remove his baseball cap and telling Miles to change…