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Skubick: Governor Snyder & First Lady Talk About The White House

(WLNS) – The state’s First Lady in no uncertain terms says her husband can not run for President unless she says he can and and Sue Snyder would prefer that he does not run. 462 more words

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North Korea suffers internet blackout

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com.

By Sam Frizell, TIME

North Korea’s Internet connectivity went dark Monday… 171 more words

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North Korea back online after shutdown amid tension over Sony hack

WATCH ABOVE: There are reports North Korea has been hit with one of the country’s worst Internet outages in recent history. Could it be retaliation for the Sony hacking scandal? 762 more words

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Obama Grants Clemency for Eight Drug Offenders

Last week, President Obama commuted the sentences of eight federal drug offenders, four of whom would have otherwise died behind bars. In a statement, Deputy Attorney General James Cole said that all eight were “non-violent, low-level offenders who have no significant criminal history nor ties to gangs or organized crime.” They’ve all been incarcerated for at least a decade and haven’t had any major disciplinary infractions in that time. 477 more words

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Why John Phillip Sousa IV, Chairman of the Ben Carson for President Draft Movement, is off-base about Black Support for Mr. Carson

In a recent CNN interview Mr. Sousa participated in the following exchange:

CNN: If Ben Carson can win and Ted Cruz can’t, what are the differences? 835 more words

Once Is an Accident. Twice is a Coincidence. Three Times is a Habit.

Robert Todd Lincoln (1843-1926), the eldest child of president Abraham Lincoln, was a witness to the murders of three presidents.

He was at the White House on April 14, 1865 when his father was shot at Ford’s Theater. 127 more words

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