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North Carolina Prisoners Suing Prison For Atheist Group Study


North Carolina Prisoners Suing Prison For Atheist Group Study North Carolina Prisoners Suing Prison For Atheist Group Study Has Been Optimized In an ironic turn of events, a group of atheist prisoners have filed a federal lawsuit suing the North Carolina Department of Corrections.

Edward Snowden Attempting To Return To U.S., Lawyer Says


Edward Snowden Attempting To Return To U.S., Lawyer Says Edward Snowden Attempting To Return To U.S., Lawyer Says Headlines Politics edward snowden, united states, russia, lawyer, moscow, asylum Has Been Optimized A lawyer for Edward Snowden, the former contractor for a U.S.

Astronaut Challenges Internet To Find Spacewalker In Extraordinary Picture


Astronaut Challenges Internet To Find Spacewalker In Extraordinary Picture Terry Virts Posts Incredible Picture Of Spacewalker On ISS Astronaut Challenges Internet To Find Spacewalker In Extraordinary Picture Headlines Internet Lifestyle Nation World Terry Virts, ISS, International Space Station, spacewalker, astronaut Has Been Optimized As astronaut Terry Virts and his companions made their way out onto the International Space Station for the third time in just over a week to rig new docking spots, the flight engineer posted a picture on Twitter and challenged the Internet to locate his fellow spacewalker in the incredible image.

ISIS Throws 'Gay Man' Off Building In Raqqa


ISIS Throws 'Gay Man' Off Building In Raqqa ISIS Throws 'Gay Man' Off Building In Raqqa World Has Been Optimized Islamic State terrorists reportedly threw a man they suspected of being a homosexual off of the top of a building in Raqqa and filmed him as he hit the ground and died in front of a mob of people.

School's Snow Make Up Days To Coincide With Holy Days


School's Snow Make Up Days To Coincide With Holy Days School's Snow Make Up Days To Coincide With Holy Days Has Been Optimized One North Carolina County is planning to send their students to school on a Christian holiday.  Students at Wake County schools will have to go off to school "on Good Friday, as well as one Saturday each in April and May, to make up dates missed due to last week's snow storms," said local station WRAL 5.  Though they expected to draw the ire of some people in the community the school board decided that it would be best for the sake of the school.

24-Year-Old Gamer Dies After 19-Hour 'World Of Warcraft' Session (Video)


24-Year-Old Gamer Dies After 19-Hour 'World Of Warcraft' Session (Video) Gamer Dies After Playing 'World Of Warcraft' For 19 Hours Straight (Video) 24-Year-Old Gamer Dies After 19-Hour 'World Of Warcraft' Session (Video) Headlines Internet Lifestyle World China, Wu Tai, World of Warcraft, video gamers, gamer, death Has Been Optimized Surveillance footage shows a 24-year-old video game addict’s last moments of life as he suddenly deteriorated in an Internet café while following a 19-hour-long “World of Warcraft” binge.

Illinois Man Convicted Of Murder In Beating Death Of 3-Year-Old Child


Illinois Man Convicted Of Murder In Beating Death Of 3-Year-Old Child Illinois Man Convicted Of Murder In Beating Death Of 3-Year-Old Child Headlines Nation Has Been Optimized A judge convicted an Illinois man Tuesday of first-degree murder and aggravated battery to a child for the 2011 beating death of a 3-year-old boy.  The Chicago Tribune reports Lake County Circuit Court Judge Mark Levitt found Thomas Albea guilty in a bench trial after hearing two days of testimony.  Albea was accused of punching his girlfriend’s son, X'Zavion Charleston, several times in the stomach after the young boy let slip an expletive while playing the video game “Mortal Kombat.” The boy’s mother, who was reportedly upstairs in the couple’s Waukegan, Illinois, apartment when the incident occurred, took X’Zavion to the hospital when she noticed something was wrong with the boy while trying to feed him.  The Daily Herald reported in September 2011, that the child was flown from Vista West Hospital in Waukegan to Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago where he later died from internal injuries.  Police questioned Albea, who was 18 at the time, about the boy’s injuries.

Jihadi John's Family Took Benefits From British Government For 20 Years, Report Says


Jihadi John's Family Took Benefits From British Government For 20 Years, Report Says Jihadi John's Family Took Benefits From British Government For 20 Years, Report Says Headlines World jihadi john, isis, family, britain, benefits, taxpayer, extremist, kuwait Has Been Optimized According to the Daily Mail, ISIS executioner Jihadi John and his family cost British taxpayers up to £400,000 [$612,500] over the past 20 years.

ACLU Puts A Stop To Michigan School's Discriminatory Hiring Practice


ACLU Puts A Stop To Michigan School's Discriminatory Hiring Practice ACLU Puts A Stop To Michigan School's Discriminatory Hiring Practice Has Been Optimized One Michigan school might find their search for a superintendent a little harder than they expected.

Brothers Charged With Kidnapping 16-Year-old Girl And Making Her A Sex Slave


Brothers Charged With Kidnapping 16-Year-old Girl And Making Her A Sex Slave Brothers Charged With Kidnapping 16-Year-old Girl And Making Her A Sex Slave Local Has Been Optimized Two brothers from Miami have reportedly been arrested and charged with kidnapping a 16-year-old girl and forcing her to have sex with dozens of men a day.

Chef Publicly Shames 'Insulting' Customers After They Threaten To Write Bad Yelp Review (Photo)


Chef Publicly Shames 'Insulting' Customers After They Threaten To Write Bad Yelp Review (Photo) Chef Publicly Shames 'Insulting' Customers After They Threaten To Write Bad Yelp Review (Photo) Headlines michael scelfo, restaurant, customers, yelp, instagram, review Has Been Optimized A Cambridge, Massachusetts restaurant chef and owner took matters into his own hands when two unruly customers threatened him with a bad Yelp review.

Arkansas Legislature To Consider Drug Testing Those Applying For Government Assistance


Arkansas Legislature To Consider Drug Testing Those Applying For Government Assistance Arkansas Proposes Bill To Drug Test Welfare Applicants Controversial Welfare Drug Testing Bill Introduced In Arkansas Arkansas Legislature To Consider Drug Testing Those Applying For Government Assistance Headlines Nation Politics Not Optimized A new bill, introduced last week in the Arkansas state legislature, makes the state the 13th this year to consider drug testing people who apply for government benefits.  KARK News reports the bill, if it were to become law, would require a person applying to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF,  program to pass a drug test if he or she is suspected of drug use.  TANF is a federal program — often referred to as “welfare” — and is administered by the state’s Department of Workforce Services.  Proponents of the bill say similar measures are being used in nearby states.  Twelve states have already passed drug screening programs that are being enforced to varying degrees.

High School Senior Plans Class Prank That Principal Calls The 'Coolest Thing Ever'


High School Senior Plans Class Prank That Principal Calls The 'Coolest Thing Ever' High School Principal Floored By Incredible Senior Prank 'She Just Said Hold The Bucket': Principal Shocked By High School Senior's Epic Prank High School Senior Plans Class Prank That Principal Calls The 'Coolest Thing Ever' Education Headlines Lifestyle Nation senior prank, principal, high school, Sherman Padgett, Wichita Not Optimized A high school senior asked her principal to hold a bucket in the hallway and didn’t give him a reason why, but when he finally decided to do as she asked, the results moved him to tears.

Teen Pleads Guilty To Beating WWII Vet To Death


Teen Pleads Guilty To Beating WWII Vet To Death Teen Could Face 16 Years Behind Bars For Murder Of WWII Veteran Teen Pleads Guilty To Beating WWII Vet To Death Headlines Legal Lifestyle Nation Demetrius Glenn, Delbert Belton, Kenan Adams-Kinard, Spokane, Washington, WWII, veteran, beating, murder, death, elderly Has Been Optimized A Washington teen faces up to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty to the beating death of 88-year-old World War II veteran Delbert Belton.

Hospital Accidentally Sends Two Dead Babies Wrapped In Linens To Laundromat


Hospital Accidentally Sends Two Dead Babies Wrapped In Linens To Laundromat Hospital Accidentally Sends Two Dead Babies Wrapped In Linens To Laundromat Local Has Been Optimized A Las Vegas hospital reportedly sent linens to a laundry facility to be washed -- and didn't realize the remains of two dead babies were wrapped up inside of the sheets.

11-Year-Old Student's Ponytail Criticized By School


11-Year-Old Student's Ponytail Criticized By School 11-Year-Old Student's Ponytail Criticized By School Has Been Optimized Joe Head, 11, wore his hair in a ponytail to imitate Swedish soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimovich, but his teachers were unimpressed with Joe’s new ‘do.

YouTube Prankster Jack Vale Turns The Tables On A Scammer (Video)


YouTube Prankster Jack Vale Turns The Tables On A Scammer (Video) YouTube Prankster Jack Vale Turns The Tables On A Scammer (Video) Has Been Optimized Have you ever typed a familiar URL, like Facebook.com, and found yourself staring at an unfamiliar website?

Ex-NBA Player Steve Francis Choked By Own Chain At Rap Concert (Video)


Ex-NBA Player Steve Francis Choked By Own Chain At Rap Concert (Video) Ex-NBA Player Steve Francis Choked By Own Chain At Rap Concert (Video) Celebrities Entertainment Music Steve Francis Has Been Optimized Former NBA player Steve Francis was on stage with rap performers Sauce Twinz when someone tried to rip a gold chain off his neck.

Christian Radio Host: Immigrant Kids Not Trained To Use Bathroom (Video)


Christian Radio Host: Immigrant Kids Not Trained To Use Bathroom (Video) Christian Radio Host: Immigrant Kids Not Trained To Use Bathroom (Video) Lifestyle Religion World American Family Association Logo Has Been Optimized Christian radio host Sandy Rios suggested on her American Family Association broadcast this morning that immigrants could be responsible for last year's outbreak of Enterovirus.

Woman Digs Up Father's 10-Year-Old Grave To Find 'Real Will'


Woman Digs Up Father's 10-Year-Old Grave To Find 'Real Will' Woman Digs Up Father's 10-Year-Old Grave To Find 'Real Will' Local Weird News Melanie Nash Has Been Optimized Melanie Nash will reportedly plead guilty to trying to dig up her father's grave in Colebrook, New Hampshire, in 2014.


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