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Police to Public: You Will Respect My Authoritah!

Another post related to the Ferguson controversy, since it’s still a big news story…

According to news reports, it looks like the unrest in Ferguson may finally be waning. 420 more words

News

Waiting for Superman

Both Hillary Clinton and President Obama are missing in the Ferguson, MO saga; Jonathan Capehart of Washington Post disagrees with that statement. Has it not been for Attorney Eric Holder who incidentally volunteered to go checking things out for himself, it would have been a complete hands-off from Obama. 882 more words

Politics, Social Issues

Online petition urges Michael Brown law requiring cops to wear cameras; what about privacy concerns?

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

In less than a week’s time, more than 100,000 people have signed an online petition calling for a “Mike Brown law” that would require state and local police to wear cameras. 332 more words

Law

Women Twice as Likely as Men to Care for Aging Parents, Survey Says

Are you the primary caregiver of an aging parent? Does that care take up an average of 12 hours per month? If you answered “yes” to both questions, chances are, you’re a woman. 570 more words

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What Do You Want the First Line of Your Obituary to Be?

The hardworking staff found itself reading a variety of obituaries of former Vermont U.S. Sen. James Jeffords yesterday, all of which featured similar ledes.

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Mike Ditka On Redskins' Nickname: 'What's All The Stink?'

(CBS) The legendary Mike Ditka has always been a bold and straightforward man willing to share how he really feels.

And in regards to the hot-button debate about the future of Washington’s “Redskins” nickname that’s increasingly drawn criticism for being racially insensitive, Ditka had no problems explaining his thoughts. 379 more words

Sports