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Four female service members filed a lawsuit this week challenging the Pentagon’s ban on women serving in combat roles.
Government, Opinion, Schools
The school's PTA officials suggested the move.
Is the publishing of "truth" ads by the tobacco companies a wise use of funding? Could it not be better used another way?
According to a Gallup pole only 18 percent of American approve of the job Congress is doing right now. How about you?
President Obama is back in campaign mode, touring the country to raise awareness about the 'looming fiscal cliff.' But isn't it now time for Washington to stop talking and do something?
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), a United Nations Agency, is meeting in Dubai next week and there are reports that global regulation of the Internet is on the agenda.
With the Black Friday run on yoga pants from Victoria Secret, can we expect to see more of them on the streets after Christmas?
With end of the Maya's "long count" calendar set for Dec. 21, there have been predictions about the world coming to an end. Will you be having an End of the World Party on Dec. 21 or do you still expect to be around the next day.
Jack Frost takes a 3D animation adventure to save all that is good and nice in the world.
How big a prize do you need before you decide to play the lottery?
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