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Department of Defense Announces Recipients of 2015 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award

The Department of Defense announced today the 15 recipients of the 2015 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest honor the department gives to employers for support of National Guard and Reserve employees. 282 more words

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The Winchester Mystery House

The Winchester Mystery House

The Winchester Mystery House is a famous California mansion that is reputed to be haunted. Sarah Winchester, the widow of a gun magnate, began building the Winchester Mystery House in 1884 after a medium advised her to construct a house to appease the ghosts of all those killed by Winchester rifles. 30 more words

Penny Johnson Jerald leaving "Castle"

Just when you thought “Castle” fans could breathe again after Stana Katic‘s late season eight contract renewal, they’ve been hit with a shocker: Penny Johnson Jerald… 506 more words


The Real O'Neals

Here is another petition that I probably won’t be signing.

If you didn’t know who Dan Savage is until today, it’s probably a good thing. But right now we need you to familiarize yourselves with one of the cruelest, most vile political activists in America.

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this day in the yesteryear: The First Academy Awards (1929)

The First Academy Awards (1929)

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was formed in 1927 by Louis B. Mayer and others to raise the standards of film production, and its first Academy Awards were presented not long after. 44 more words

[REWIND] Bruce Jenner Playgirl Cover, 1976

Everybody remembers Bruce Jenner‘s iconic Sports Illustrated cover from 1976, but how many people had this gem in their collection? The former Olympian, now 65, posed shirtless for  178 more words