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Update: Longmire Fans still hoping for a new home

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Fans start #LongLiveLongmire social media hashtag hoping to keep the shows alive under a new studio banner

The Ebola Virus under a microscope.

Ebola comes to America; First case diagnosed in Dallas, TX

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A man who recently arrived in the U.S. from Liberia has become the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.

shariarights

Shia Rights Watch urges President Obama to protect Shia rights

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Shia Rights Watch sent a letter to President Barack Obama requesting his assistance in protecting the rights of Shia throughout the Middle East and South Asia.

Nancy Pelosi predicts the end of civilization as we know it.

Colorado: The political silly season is upon us

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As candidates vie for advantage, the ads and claims get more and more outrageous.

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NFL 2014 Week 4: Lessons learned and unlearned

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While neither the Raider Nation nor the hometown British soccer hooligans burned down Wembley Stadium, angry football fans in Washington may be ready to burn down their own Capitol.

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Walmart: “It’s not our fault” Tracy Morgan was injured

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Walmart says it was the crash victims fault for not wearing seat belts! Defense alleges driver fell asleep, auto braking system was faulty.

Photo courtesy of Quinn Dombrowski/Flickr

Communicating with a loved one with Alzheimer’s

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Alzheimer’s disease will likely impact the lives of most American families.

The Federal Reserve, DC

Good-bye quantitative easing

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Quantitative easing has supported an archaic structure whose time has clearly gone

Derek Hough followed the footsteps of his idol, Gene Kelly, with partner Bethany Mota. Photo: ABC

Dancing With The Stars Week 3: Two perfect scores, one couple knocked out

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SAN DIEGO, September 29, 2014 – The perfect paddles came out to play for “Movie Night” on “Dancing With The Stars.” Judges gave their first perfect tens, and two perfect scores of 40 to two couples. But in the first week without an elimination show, it was the first performance of the night that proved

vaughn-foods

Time to stop denying Islamic Jihad is on America’s doorstep

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The beheading of an innocent woman by a radical Islamist in Moore, Oklahoma is more evidence that Americans need to wake up to the fact that Jihad is on our doorstep.

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Eric Holder is “too black to jail”

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Why should Eric Holder be sitting in a prison cell awaiting a trial? Let us count the ways.

Test tubes

Mistaking our genetic makeup for the human spirit

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‘Our genome sequence is the genetic blueprint of our biological self, but how much does it, or will we let it, define who we are?’

Twentieth Century Fox photo

Pushmi-pullyu politics: Republicans can’t decide which way to go

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MILLINOCKET, Maine, September 28, 2014 — North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis has said, “amnesty shouldn’t be on the table.” He has made that position a part of his election strategy. It’s obvious he believes that any amnesty support is bad for his candidacy. Enter Jeb Bush. While campaigning for Tillis last Wednesday, Bush

Bride and groom: a favorite "topper" for modern wedding cakes.

New Pew poll on marriage in America draws surprising results, conclusions

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Despite the study’s conclusion, there must be more going on than just financial needs to explain the change.

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Obama enforces “Economic Patriotism” on corporations to stop inversions

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Is President Obama writing new laws to enforce U.S. corporation to stay in the U.S. despite what many see as onerous tax laws?