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Denver’s Von Miller Suspended For 6 Games

When you read of a professional athlete being suspended from their respective sport for violation of drug policy you’re somewhat naive if your mind does not automatically go to performance enhancing drugs. Luckily for fans of the Denver Broncos, linebacker Von Miller’s violation does not fall under that umbrella of offenses. Unluckily, Miller will miss the first 6 games of …

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Ted Cruz ‘Birther’ Issue Draws Comparison To Obama

As the talk about the 2016 presidential race begins to get louder (despite it being literally years away) the name Ted Cruz has gained more and more significance to the average person. Cruz, who is a Republican senator from Texas, is thought to be gearing up for a run at the White House. However, Cruz could encounter major issues on …

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Million Muslim March Planned For 9/11 Given New Name

The announcement of a “Million Muslim March” on the national mall on the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks drew the high level of criticism that you would expect of such an event. In an attempt to draw less fire for the decision to hold it on 9/11 the event’s organizers have renamed the event and more clearly defined its …

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Mashco-Piro Tribe Of Peru Makes Rare Appearance

In the modern world it is easy to assume that everyone carries a cell phone and has access to things like the internet. After all, you are using it right now to read this story and when you opened your browser it was as uneventful as pouring a glass of water. It is easy to forget that there are still …

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Malmstrom Air Force Base Fails Security Test

No one wants to eat at a restaurant that has received a failing grade from the health inspector, or one that has received any lower than an A-, and that’s pushing it for some. Now, imagine that failed restaurant could potentially kill not only you, but also every living thing on Earth. That’s the feeling many are experiencing today as …

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Hyundai Issues Recall for 260,000 Vehicles

If you are the proud owner of a Hyundai Sonata or Azera manufactured between 2005 and 2011, or a 2013 Sante Fe, then you should pay very close attention to this story. The company announced a massive recall for the vehicles in hopes of avoiding injuries caused by a peculiar issue with the cars axle. The National HighwayTraffic and Safety …

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‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Named Worst By Fans

Fans of Star Trek have a reputation for being some of the most rabid in all of entertainment. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that when a film in the series is subpar they are not shy about sounding off about it. During the Creation Star Trek convention in Las Vegas last weekend fans made it …

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Adrian Peterson Flattered By Steroid Rumors

Anyone who has seen Adrian Peterson without a shirt on knows that he has muscles on top of larger muscles. In the steroid era of major sports such a physique is quick to draw presumptions about how the athlete was able to reach that point. Unlike other athletes however, Peterson welcomes the rumors and even finds them flattering. In an …

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Vitali Klitschko To Run For President Of Ukraine

World boxing champion Vitali Klitschko is planning to do big things outside of the ring. In a statement released by the World Boxing Council the Ukrainian giant announced that he will run for his country’s presidency for the year 2015. If Klitschko were to win the presidency he would bring some flair to the office, not to mention a little …

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‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Author Tops Top-Earner List

Very few people become an author to make money, and those who do often rake in a modest sum that allows them to work on their next project. The Forbes list of top-earning authors of 2013 is not filled with those people. It is no shocker that the top earner for this year is “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. …

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Dallas Cowboys Top List Of Most Valuable Teams

While the National Football League may not have the worldwide following that is so coveted in sports, it does continue to be far and away the most lucrative league in the world. NFL franchises, including the really bad ones, are cash factories that allow owners to basically print their own money. So while the Dallas Cowboys haven’t had great success …

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Heinz Announces 600 Layoffs In US and Canada

American food company and condiment titan the H.J. Heinz Co. announced that they will be laying off 600 workers across the United States and Canada. The layoffs will include 350 workers at the company’s home base in Pittsburgh, PA. Heinz was bought in June by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital for a reported $23.3 billion. …

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