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ACLU Sues Ferguson School District For Excluding Blacks

The ACLU claims the school board lacks diversity because of the way it conducts elections. The suit, filed on behalf of the Missouri NAACP, charges that the district elects school board members in a way that violates the federal Voting Rights Act… African-Americans of voting age are a minority within the district, but black children […]

The Department of Public Works was told by the Marshfield, MA building commission that the sign was too large. Workers have removed a flashing road sign with a message of Merry Christmas – first from public property and then from private land – at the request of town officials. In an effort to spread some […]

Pope Francis greeted the National Olympic Committee who is bidding for Rome to host the 2024 Olympics, but he says he won’t be there. Dear friends, best wishes for Rome’s bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games,” he said. “I will not be there. May the Lord bless all of you and your families.” It […]

Colorado State Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt says forget Obamcare and rely on God for healthcare. Citing a passage from Exodus 15, Klingenschmitt asserted that God will protect people from disease so long as they obey His commands and said that Americans “ought to look to the Lord for our healthcare.” “I personally prefer to look to […]

Catherine Crump wants to trademark the last words of Eric Gardner. So why is she filing for the trademark? For use on “clothing, namely hoodies, t-shirts for men, women, boys, girls and infants,” according to the application. Crump’s application was submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Saturday. In it, Crump says she’s […]

Florida police say a grandmother was assaulted for not accepting a Facebook friend request from her granddaughter. Clearwater resident Rachel Anne Hayes apparently puts a lot of stock in social media connections. Pinellas sheriff’s deputies claim that Hayes, age 27, repeatedly slapped her grandmother, age 72, multiple times in the face early Thursday morning for […]

The second biggest day is December 26, followed by January 1. According to the Centers for Disease Control, high blood pressure affects one in three Americans. Add on chronic stress, and experts say there’s a reason that high blood pressure is called the silent killer. “You can have it and have virtually no symptoms and […]

The FBI has formally stated that North Korea is behind the hacking of Sony. “As a result of our investigation, and in close collaboration with other U.S. Government departments and agencies, the FBI now has enough information to conclude that the North Korean government is responsible for these actions,” a FBI statement said. “While the […]

Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison who chairs the Congressional Progressive Caucus says Senator Elizabeth Warren should run for president in 2016. “I would love to see Elizabeth Warren in this race. I think it would be fantastic. I think that it would help the quality of the debate and she may win,” he said on a […]

Attorney General Eric Holder affirmed that transgender persons are covered by the Civil Rights Act. “I have determined that the best reading of Title VII’s prohibition of sex discrimination is that it encompasses discrimination based on gender identity, including transgender status,” the outgoing head of the Justice Department said. “This important shift will ensure that […]

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