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  • Congress Exempts Baseball from Minimum Wage LawCongress Exempts Baseball from Minimum Wage Law
    Baseball is finding that is it is not exempt from minimum wage increases, prompting the U.S. Congress to add the 'Save America's Pastime Act' to the current budget to exempt teams from having to pay players according to the wage standard.
  • Evangelist Billy Graham Dead at Age 99Evangelist Billy Graham Dead at Age 99
    One of the most influential figures in America of the last 100 years has passed away. According to a spokesman, evangelist Billy Graham died at his home in Montreat, N.C. at the age of 99. Graham had spent more than six decades traveling around the world leading crusades.
  • Close Down the Internet to Reduce School ShootingsClose Down the Internet to Reduce School Shootings
    Another horrific tragedy has people wondering what can be done to stop school shootings in America. With 17 dead and 14 injured at the hands of deranged former student, people across the United States are looking for a way to stop these killings. Repealing the Second Amendment is usually
  • Bitcoin Madness Ebbs and Flows Around the GlobeBitcoin Madness Ebbs and Flows Around the Globe
    On January 7, Bitcoin was trading at $17,163. One month later, Bitcoin is selling at $8243, which represents a 52% loss of value over a 30 day period. On January 8, the Dow Jones industrial average stood at $25,283. Today, it stands at 24,425, which represents a 3.39% loss
  • FRAUD ALERT: CAT FANCIERS ARE BEING FLEECEDFRAUD ALERT: CAT FANCIERS ARE BEING FLEECED
    If you are trying to purchase a rare and expensive breed of cat, and you are offered an opportunity to do so by someone who is not personally known to you, or isn't recognized breeder of that particular breed of cat....BE WARNED. There are scammers out there who are...
  • When Innocent Still Means GuiltyWhen Innocent Still Means Guilty
    Despite the fact that evidence clearly has proven that some in prison were actually innocent of crimes they were found guilty of, prosecutors still push to retry men exonerated by the courts.In many cases, those inmates were offered a deal: release for time served in exchange for a guilty plea.
  • Sen. Dick Durbin Torpedoes DACA, Lives up to his NameSen. Dick Durbin Torpedoes DACA, Lives up to his Name
    Illinois Democratic Senator Dick Durbin may have caused irreparable damage to the cause of the DACA "Dreamers' by deciding to call out President Donald Trump about comments he made during a closed door meeting about the DACA program.
  • Review: ‘The Post’ Tells It Like It Was in 1971Review: ‘The Post’ Tells It Like It Was in 1971
    'The Post', the new film by Steven Spielberg, covers the events during a three week period in 1971 when freedom of the press in the United States hung in the balance over the publication of the Pentagon Papers.
  • Ten Best Art Museums in the U.S.Ten Best Art Museums in the U.S.
    No one is ever going to agree with the order in which the ten best art museums in the US but there's no way to avoid the fact that these are the ten best art museums of size and substance in the US today.
  • No Tipping? The Future of Tipping in AmericaNo Tipping? The Future of Tipping in America
    The practice of tipping for services rendered, especially in restaurants, is coming under attack by the Trump Administration, which wants to force servers to turn over their tips to their employers to do with what they wish....

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