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When Mormons Were Racist
For several reasons, I grew up hearing and using the "N" word. Not only was ours a military family but it also was the ’50s and ’60s, a time when that particular word hadn’t become entirely unacceptable.
Obama the Oblivious
In explaining the disastrous rollout of Obamacare, President Obama told Chris Matthews he had discovered that “we have these big agencies, some of which are outdated, some of which are not designed properly.”
Beyonce Surprises Fans With New iTunes-Exclusive Album
Beyonce has released her new album in an unconventional way: She announced and dropped it on the same day.
Twitter Nixes Change to "Block" Feature
Twitter Inc was forced to nix a change to its "block" feature on Thursday after attracting a wave of protest from users who said the new policy empowered perpetrators of online abuse.
People With Irregular Heartbeats More Likely to Be Depressed
People with an irregular heartbeat may also be at increased risk of being depressed, suggests a new study from Germany.
San Diego Stuns Denver With 27-20 Win, Keep Playoff Hopes Alive
Domonique Rodgers-Cromartie was the last Denver Broncos player to take off his shoulder pads and grass-stained orange jersey.
Joslyn L. Neblett-Washington Releases New Picture Book for Children Titled, "Whoops, I Swallowed a Bee!"
Using the power of poetry, young readers are taken into the world of a young boy who feels he is being pestered by a bumble bee that's actually just passing by. Both human and insect haphazardly cross paths unannounced and then bid each other farewell. As a poem story, Joslyn L. Neblett-Washington gives young readers, ages two to seven, an introduction to poetry, rhythm, and rhyme in writing.
House Votes on Budget Agreement that Could End Spending Debate Crisis
The House on Thursday prepared to vote on a bipartisan budget accord that should calm the spending battles that have paralyzed Congress for nearly three years. A deal could also marginalize the Republicans' most conservative members, who remain implacably opposed to it.