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News | Off-season job In politics, name recognition can be everything. Armed with that sentiment, a man who legally changed his name to Santa Claus was elected last…

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News | Murdered Published reports about the alarming rise in homicides in certain cities around the country are proliferating. Milwaukee, Wis., for one, has seen a…

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News | Worse than Oz In a Sept. 30 event inside the Kansas Statehouse, Gov. Sam Brownback signed a proclamation declaring October to be “Zombie Preparedness…

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News | Oct. 26 Microsoft will make its first entry into the market for laptop computers today when it releases its new Surface Book. The Microsoft product is a…

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News | ‘Looks like #PumpkinSpice has officially taken over Earth.’ Commander Scott Kelly after an orbit over the Earth aboard the International Space…

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News | Alerted Two American soldiers say they’re losing their careers for confronting the tradition of Afghan men using boys as sex slaves. Then-Army Capt. Dan…

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News | ‘Democrats, Republicans, libertarians, and vegetarians don’t like late-term abortion.’ Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham on polls showing…

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News | Adam’s sin Add driving without a license to Adam Jones’ rap sheet. Police arrested the Lincolnshire, U.K., resident in April after a reckless driving…

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News | Oct. 13 Democratic presidential contenders will take the stage for their first official debate tonight in Las Vegas, Nev. Anderson Cooper will moderate the…

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