Most Prominent Cases in the US 1

American has witnessed some of the most horrific crimes committed by some of the most elusive criminals in history. From bank robbers to terrorists, the FBI has had their hands

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Elon Musk Responds Regarding the Model S Fire 0

Here is the email Elon Musk sent those of us in Tesla community regarding the recent accident and subsequent fire of a Model S Earlier this week, a Model S

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Famous Mansions with Amazing Windows 0

Beautiful glamorous mansions are the pinnacle of practical and impractical design, showcasing the best that architecture in the last few centuries has to offer. Every detail of the finest mansions

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How Data is Improving Education in the US 0

Millions of Americans have recently gone back to school. While the biggest question a middle schooler may have is whether s/he has the right sized notebooks, robust high school graduation

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How a Social Science Degree Can Help You Help Society 0

Choosing a degree program is the first step toward beginning a rewarding career that will help you build toward a better future. For those who are truly seeking a career

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How to Use Social Media to Fight Drunk Driving 0

Drunk driving is not only a driving offense, but can have serious consequences for people apart from the person who’s driving. In 2011, 31% of vehicle traffic fatalities were caused

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The Never Ending Quest For Freedom And Democracy 0

Last month, the first democratically elected President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, was ousted by the Egyptian military after massive protests against his increasingly dictatorial rule. Once again, Democracy is facing

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Man In The Red Bandana 1

For the years subsequent to the 9/11 tragedy I’ve looked for a reflection (story, image, or video) that speaks to the horrible events of that day, yet finds a sliver

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5 Ways You Can Help Orphaned Children 0

Orphaned children across the nation are dependent upon others for their survival. Many organizations and programs work hard to come to their aid, but too often the needs of the

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The Student Rent Dilemma: Average rents higher than students can afford 0

Research out today shows that, in a third of British towns with large students populations, the amount that students are prepared to pay for a room is lower than the

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#ITNVOTD – “What’s Going On?” 0

Incredibly appropriate for THIS moment in history… Without getting overly political, I’ll let Mr. Marvin Gaye speak. H/T Shaun Saunders for the inspiration Video Source | Image Source

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Gas Prices and Inflation in the Arab Spring Global Economy 0

No matter the final results of the Arab Spring—the pro-democracy uprisings that have swept the Middle East from Tunisia to Egypt since December of 2010—the movement has put investors on

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Key Points of the Immigration Bill 0

For most of the century thus far, the issue of immigration and how to address the estimated 11 million people who are in the U.S. illegally has been in the

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Anderson Cooper Interviews Dr. Maya Angelou – #MOW50 1

It is the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s March on Washington. Tributes, speeches, marches and remembrances are happening all across the country. One particular discussion that really grabbed my attention

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