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In The News: April 14, 2014

Hello readers.  I spent all last night drinking beers and smoking cigars with the family and all morning reading the Sunday section of the New York Times… 195 more words

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GOP legislation would cut off Holder's salary

A Republican lawmaker has introduced legislation that would cut off pay to Attorney General Eric Holder and other federal officials who have been held in contempt of Congress. 239 more words

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Salon Closing

On April 25th, Southern Style Salon in Freshfields will be closing.  I would like to thank all of our clients for their support & loyalty over the past nine years.   46 more words

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They reached for the sky but found death: The world's greatest airplane mysteries

Hopes are now pinned on the robotic submersible scouring the sea 1,500 miles off Australia where experts believe the Boeing 777, with 239 passengers and crew, was lost six weeks ago. 53 more words

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Police fail domestic abuse victims, says official report

by: BBC News
published: 27 March 2014

Thousands of people are at risk of harm or even murder because of widespread police failure in England and Wales to tackle domestic abuse, a report says. 216 more words

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John Barrowman interested in Doctor Who return

After appearing alongside the ninth and tenth Doctors, John Barrowman admits he’d love to return to ‘Doctor Who’…Everyone’s favourite intergalactic chancer, Captain Jack Harkness, hasn’t been seen since appearing in the spin-off series, ‘Torchwood’. 34 more words

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Britain's first cloned dog is born – and described as 'ridiculous waste of money'

The birth of Britain’s first cloned dog has been branded a “ridiculous waste of money” and scientists said the process raised serious ethical concerns.Sooam Biotech, a company based in Seoul, said it had cloned the puppy, named Mini-Winnie, from a 12-year-old dachshund belonging to Rebecca Smith, a caterer in west London. 39 more words

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