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Laura Elizabeth Whitehurst, 28, taught English to sophomores at Citrus Valley Highschool until recently. After she got pregnant by one of her students, a 16-year-old boy, it is uncertain whether she had been teaching “The Scarlet Letter” or “Lolita.” Whatever…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 240 July 4, 2013
Last night the Egyptian army ousted Egypt’s first democratically elected leader. Former president Mohamed Morsi was thrown out by the Egyptian army. He attempted to assume more executive power by overriding democratic checks and balances. Today Adli Mansour, the Chief…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 47 July 4, 2013
Do you wake and bake? Are you tired of feeling lazy throughout the day? Do you dream of Buddha and green trees? Are you riddled with the need for munchies, but are too lazy to get up and help yourself…>read more1 Comment View Count: 78 July 3, 2013
On Tuesday, Valerie Jarett, a Senior Advisor and Assistant to the President announced on the White House Blog, the Obama administration’s decision to delay the immediate reporting requirements of businesses, and give them an extra year to catch up. The…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 37 July 3, 2013
Leon Rosby has no luck with police. Before the incident that happened in this video, he had a pending lawsuit against Hawthorne Police Department, when he claims they beat him without cause. That’s why they targeted him, he says, though…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 106 July 2, 2013
In what is being called a “small miracle on the Hudson,” a young helicopter pilot responded expertly to losing engine power at 1,500 feet. He was touring 4 Swedes over the river when he heard the engine go out. His…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 95 July 2, 2013
When asked about surveillance and the spying program that began under George W. Bush’s administration, the Huffington Post reported that the former president commented, “I put that program in place to protect the country. One of the certainties was that…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 90 July 2, 2013
In a case like Michael Jackson’s, a high-profile, pedophile case, the problems so typical of such accusations are exacerbated. An adult can always deny a child’s testimony, and where there is some cramping doubt, we don’t want to throw the…>read more3 Comments View Count: 209 July 1, 2013
At Yarnell, Arizona wildfire took the lives of the bravest while they battled a 200-acre fire. The wall of flames reportedly had a temperature that soared beyond human tolerance. As the fire went more out of control, the temperatures skyrocketed…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 34 July 1, 2013
While the Hepatitis A outbreak reached 127 cases in 8 states by Friday, the FDA believes it has found the cause and a common shipment of pomegranate seeds from Turkey has caused the outbreak. In an update to the media…>read moreNo Comment View Count: 46 June 29, 2013
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The primary purpose for this role is to support the General Counsel and provide dedicated and economical legal advice to Treasury Wine Estates on such matters as trade practices, compliance and traini...