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Major Chicago study finds red light cameras not safer, cause more rear-end injuries

On Friday, the Chicago Tribune released the results of a study it commissioned on injury crashes and red light cameras, revealing that while right angle crash incidents have been reduced, rear-end crashes that resulted in injuries went up 22 percent. 38 more words

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Canada to impose more economic sanctions, travel bans against Russians

Canada is imposing new sanctions on the crumbling Russian economy, and especially its crucial energy sector, as the federal Conservative government applies further pressure on President Vladimir Putin to stop funding military incursions into Ukraine. 40 more words

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Here's all the evidence the government will present in the Silk Road trial

With less than a month left until the trial of Ross Ulbricht begins, the Daily Dot has obtained a list of the 250 pieces of evidence that will be used by prosecutors in an attempt to prove the alleged Silk Road mastermind's guilt. 32 more words

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What Whites Will Never Know • My Open Letter to White People or Why I Hate...

When I say ‘I hate White people’, I’m saying I hate that I have to be compared to you in order to get any recognition. I’m saying that I hate the fact that everything that I do is judged by your standard. 174 more words


Mumbai: Hospital lets biker die over Rs 9,000 shortfall in fee

Borivli’s Karuna hospital proved itself a misnomer. Showing no pity, it refused to admit an injured biker after he met with an accident on Wednesday evening, following which he succumbed to his injuries. 48 more words

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Rolling Stone editor Will Dana’s failures have cost everyone involved

So, dear Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana , a month has passed since you published the dramatic, and now questioned, tale of gang rape at a fraternity at the University of Virginia. 55 more words

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Major League Baseball Eyes U.S.-Cuba Opening

More than half a century of hostility between the United States and Cuba has done nothing to diminish the island's love of America's national pastime. 7 more words

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