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Massachusetts Police Sgt. Sean Murphy has released new unseen photos of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The Boston bombing suspect is seen with blood pouring down his face between laser crosshairs. Sgt. Murphy is a tactical photographer with that state police. He saw…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 116 July 19, 2013
On Thursday, Detroit became the largest American city to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. Law firm Jones Day is restructuring counsel for the bankruptcy. While approving the voluntary Chapter 9 petition Governor Rick Snyder said, “I knew from the…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 145 July 19, 2013
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and when that picture is a graph or statistical representation, it represents a wealth of mathematical work as well. Nevertheless, graphs can be misleading, and statistics is one of the opportunities…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 50 July 18, 2013
Republican state senator Aaron Osmond of Utah questioned mandatory education in a post on the state Senate blog on Friday. He wrote that mandatory education has put teachers into the role of parents and that schools take on the…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 167 July 18, 2013
A South Florida woman apparently couldn’t find a babysitter when she wanted to attend Lil Wayne’s “America’s Most Wanted” tour. Become herself wanted by the police, she decided to leave her two young children, who are ages 3 and 5,…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 42 July 18, 2013
The Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit has permanently vacated the injunction against “indefinite detention” issued by District Court Judge Kathryn Forrest in respect of the federal government’s powers under Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act 2012. While remanding…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 128 July 18, 2013
Rolling Stones is getting all the heat, criticism, and outrage they could ever hope for by making a rock star out of Boston Bombing murderer Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The domestic terrorist is profiled in the magazine’s lead story in this week’s…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 86 July 17, 2013
On Monday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it has approved the first brain wave test that would help to assess attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, commonly known as ADHD, in children and in adolescents 6-17 years of age. The…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 43 July 17, 2013
Predictably enough, protesters who take the Zimmerman case to be a civil rights matter have voiced their outrage at the trials outcome – that George Zimmerman was innocent of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin – with riots, looting, attacking pedestrians, and…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 30 July 16, 2013
On Saturday, the all-female jury declared George Zimmerman not guilty of the charges brought against him in the Trayvon Martin death. After he was acquitted of manslaughter and second-degree murder charges, the GPS device he had on him was removed.…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 118 July 15, 2013
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