List/Grid Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bad News For Sarah Palin

Bad News For Sarah Palin

Bad News For Sarah Palin Sarah Palin Poll Finds Her The Top Choice Of Alaska GOP, But Badly Trailing Mark Begich Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is Alaska Republicans’ top choice to challenge Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) in 2014, even though she would perform poorly against him in a… Read more »

FINALLY! Nicki Minaj Responds To DJ Khaled’s Marriage Proposal

FINALLY! Nicki Minaj Responds To DJ Khaled’s Marriage Proposal

If you were hoping for a DJ Khaled and Nicki Minaj marriage, you better keep on hoping. After days of silence, Nicki Minaj finally responds to DJ Khaled’s marriage proposal, and unfortunately, it’s not looking too good for the “No New Friends” DJ. Nicki Minaj… Read more »

New Evidence Suggests White Mom Sherry West Lied About Black Boys Allegedly Killing Infant Son!

New Evidence Suggests White Mom Sherry West Lied About Black Boys Allegedly Killing Infant Son!

New Evidence Shows Sherry West Lied About Black Boys Killing Infant Son . Via RollingOut Brunswick, Ga. resident Sherry West, 42, mother of baby Antonio Santiago slain on March 14, 2013, told CNN’s Piers Morgan she wants the alleged teen killers to die during an… Read more »

Breastfeed for longer’ to boost child’s future IQ

Breastfeed for longer’ to boost child’s future IQ

Researchers have discovered that the longer a mother breastfeeds, the more intelligent their child will become later in life. A study, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics has provided evidence that breastfeeding in infancy leads to better cognitive development later in life,… Read more »

Monogamy May Have Evolved to Prevent Infanticide

Monogamy May Have Evolved to Prevent Infanticide

Hands off our baby! A study suggests that monogamy evolved because it protects babies from being killed by male rivals. “Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other,” Katharine Hepburn once said. “Perhaps they should live next door… Read more »

Mandela remains in critical but stable condition

Mandela remains in critical but stable condition

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The office of South Africa’s president says former leader Nelson Mandela remains incritical but stable condition in a hospital, but is continuing to show improvement. President Jacob Zuma is urging the public to continue praying for Mandela and is offering thanks to those who docharity work to honor the ideals of… Read more »

Jay-Z throws support behind A-Rod

Jay-Z throws support behind A-Rod

By JEANE MACINTOSH Team Jay Z is going to bat for beleaguered Yankee star Alex Rodriguez. As the drama surrounding the ailing $275 million third baseman’s return to the lineup and a looming Major League Baseball suspension play out, associates… Read more »

Nearly 250 Captives Escape in Pakistan Prison Attack

Nearly 250 Captives Escape in Pakistan Prison Attack

PESHAWAR — Nearly 250 prisoners escaped after a massive attack on one of the main prisons in northwestern Pakistan on Monday night, a senior security official said. Authorities imposed a curfew in the city of Dera Ismail Khan, in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province, after… Read more »

U.S. soldier braces for judge’s verdict in WikiLeaks case

U.S. soldier braces for judge’s verdict in WikiLeaks case

U.S. soldier Bradley Manning could learn on Tuesday whether he will face life in prison without parole when a judge renders her verdict on charges that he aided the enemy when he released 700,000 classified documents to the website WikiLeaks. Army… Read more »

At Least 8 Injured After ‘Humongous’ Blasts at Florida Propane Plant

At Least 8 Injured After ‘Humongous’ Blasts at Florida Propane Plant

At Least 8 Injured After ‘Humongous’ Blasts at Florida Propane Plant At least eight employees, four of them critically, were injured after several large propane tanks exploded late Monday night at a gas plant in Tavares, Fla., officials said, sending “humongous” flames… Read more »

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