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Jay Leno Pretends to Be Boy’s Uncle

A kid was bullied at school because he pretended that the talk show host, Jay Leno, was his uncle. When Leno learned this, he tracked the kid down and ...


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Stealing Is Wrong Whether by Individual or Corporation

Adam Johnson wants readers to know there is more than what they can see in trends related to crime and public safety. Writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, ...


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Creep Thwarted by Bartender Assisting Woman in Peril

When bartender Max Gutierrez usually hands one of his patrons a slip of paper on a small clipboard, that usually signals the end of their interaction. ...


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Presidential Art Exhibit Generates Immigration Discussion

Recently, CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell traveled to Prairie Chapel Ranch to visit with former president George W. Bush and his wife Laura. ...


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A Defeated General Claims His Victory

General Jonathan Wainwright was captured by the Japanese, he was held prisoner in a concentration camp. Cruelly treated, he became "a broken, crushed, ...


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Hidden Electronics in Your Car Aren’t Safe from Thieves

Car thieves have been around forever, and used to just smash out a window to steal vehicles of choice. Unfortunately, they have been able to up their ...


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Dad Gives Shopping Spree to Girl Bullied by Teen Daughter

When Randy Smalls found out his daughter was participating in the bullying of another girl at her middle school, he took swift action. But rather than ...


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Getting to the Heart of Conspiracy Beliefs

Over the years belief in conspiracy theories have proliferated in America and in many parts of the world. Some of them include:

-The US government deposits ...


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Plimsoll, the Seaman’s Friend, Campaigned Against ‘Coffin Ships’

In the mid-1800s working as a seaman in Great Britain was a dangerous job. Shady ship owners tried to maximize profits by overloading their ships. These ...


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Having Money Increases ‘Mean’ Behavior

Paul Piff, a professor at University of California, Irvine, studies how money influences humans' relationships with one another. His striking conclusion ...


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