Friday, October 26, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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She says she was offended by the picture and took down three posters that were being hung last near a local post office. The group hanging signs called the police, and she was arrested after promising to appear in court a week later.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
First lady Michelle Obama looked beautiful in the audience as she watched her husband's second debate against Mitt Romney. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she wore a neon pink blazer and matching shift dress by Michael Kors. After the debate, she shared a kiss with her husband in front of the crowd.
Last night, President Barack Obama and Govenor Mitt Romney debated for the second time on national television. This time, they discussed everything from taxes and the middle class to equal pay for women. This time around, critics says that Obama clearly won the debate.
Here's what the New York Times had to say:
“The most devastating moment for Mr. Romney was self-inflicted. Continuing his irresponsible campaign to politicize the death of the American ambassador to Libya, he said it took two weeks for the president to acknowledge that it was the result of an act of terror. As the moderator, Candy Crowley of CNN, quickly pointed out, the president referred to it as an act of terror the next day, in the Rose Garden.”
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
Actress Stacey Dash, who recently received a lot of criticism from the Black community for tweeting her support of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, talks to CNN's Piers Morgan to explain her views.
Arteisha Betts and Travis Ammonette, from Florissant, Missouri, have filed a lawsuit against two obstetricians after they allegedly decapitated the head of their baby boy during his birth. The couple also claims that the doctors tried to hide the error by shoving the child's body and severed head back in to the mom's birth canal.
Apparently, during the birthing procedure, the baby’s head was first delivered vaginally, followed by his shoulders, then an arm. However, due to the child’s large abdomen (caused by some abnormalities), the doctors could not fully dislodge the baby vaginally. And so, in the process of tugging, they allegedly separated the baby’s head from his torso. As a result, blood "shot out" from the newborn's neck in full view of his parents.
The couple is suing them for wrongful death and negligence, and is seeking unspecified damages.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
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Friday, October 5, 2012
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
President Barack Obama and wife First Lady Michelle Obama celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary today, but the two won't be having a moonlight dinner at a romantic restaurant tonight. Instead, President Obama will be participating in his first presidential debate with Republican opponent, Mitt Romney. Because of schedule conflict, they are planning to officially celebrate their anniversary this coming weekend.
Nelson Fonangwan, a 16-year-old boy from Southampton, England is a local hero after he saved the life of a toddler trapped inside a burning home. Here's what happened: Fonangwan was awaken by the screams of his neighbor whose child was locked inside of her burning house. She had accidentally locked herself outside while cooking, and her 2-year old was still inside. Fonangwan came to the rescue by smashing his way into the house, and running through thick black smoke to rescue the child. Soon after, firefighters arrived and put out the fire. Had he not rescued the child when he did, the child could have easily died quickly from smoke inhalation or burns.
Monday, October 1, 2012
New Study Says When Women Are More "Traditional" and Do ALL The Housework, The Marriage Will Last Longer
For the full study, visit www.nova.no/asset/5912/1/5912_1.pdf
(Skip to page 224 for the English summary)