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Mark Sanford’s Ex-Wife Wants Him To Be Psychologically Evaluated And Take Anger Management

Jenny Sanford wants the North Carolina congressman to do this as part of their divorce proceedings because of a substantial change in circumstances. Jenny Sanford also says in the court document that the change in circumstances takes into account the reasonable wishes of the son as to visitation, temporarily and permanently. The filing also requests a [...]

It never occurred to anyone that the Humvee, given to Palestine, AR police department by the Pentagon, could be just taken, since it has no keys. “It never crossed my mind” that anyone would do that, Palestine Police Chief Stanley Barnes said Wednesday of the incident. The Humvee, which the town of fewer than 700 [...]

Amazingly, the Commander-in-Chief was able to do this even before the neocons told him to. Does this still mean President Obama is doing nothing?   Al-Shabab had attacked the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, killing at least 67 people a year ago this month and the U.S. had targeted planners of the bloody assault. [...]

George Mason, III was accidentally hit by a truck when he was trying to kill off his family. He shot three dead and was about to shoot a fourth. Mason III, 42, is clinging to life after being struck in the middle of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in the town of Brooksville as he [...]

Ralph Nader believes the only way Democrats can win midterm elections is to make raising the minimum wage a priority. “That’s the winning issue. They’re doomed in November unless they make the minimum wage — which gets more new workers, low-income workers out to vote — the central issue,” Nader, a consumer advocate and former [...]

Eric Garcetti would like to see the minimum wage in Los Angeles go from its current $9 an hour to $13.25 by 2017. The proposal, which would make Los Angeles’ wage law among the highest in the nation, needs City Council approval to become law. Garcetti unveiled his plan at a Labor Day gathering at [...]

Various studies show implicit biases, ones we may not be consciously aware of, exist. How do we know implicit biases exist? In a number of classic studies, research subjects are asked to complete a seemingly simple task, such as watching words pop up on a screen and quickly categorizing those words as either positive, like [...]

Some people don’t know when to keep their hateful, racist comments to themselves. St. Louis Officer Matthew Pappert was fired for making some pretty out-there comments, including one calling the protestors “rabid dogs.” The Glendale Police Department got wind of Pappert’s posts a little over a week ago and suspended him. One of the posts [...]

In case you’re wondering why some children grow up to be haters, here’s a prime example. Kelli Peters, a PTA volunteer from Irvine, cried hysterically in an Orange County court on Thursday as rival parent Kent Easter began his retrial for the alleged revenge plot, ABC reports. Prosecutors say the 40-year-old dad conspired with wife [...]

The shortfall now is $281 million, and it’s growing. Wisconsin tax collections for the past year came in 2 percent short of estimates, the state Department of Revenue reported Thursday, news that won’t require immediate emergency action by the Legislature but that puts the state’s budget on track to be out of balance next year. [...]

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