A newly brokered ceasefire between the U.S. and Russia in Syria deteriorated in a manner of minutes, according to reports from activists and aid workers in the city of Aleppo. Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, who said he would comply with the ceasefire, reportedly dropped barrel bombs on rebel-held areas of Aleppo just minutes after the announcement. Regime controlled media also indicated some …

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Maine tourists were so offended by a “Black Rifles Matter” sign on someone’s private lawn that they left their vacation early. The Boothbay Region Chamber of Commerce claimed people have complained because of the sign, reports NECN. “We have received a few complaints from visitors to the region,” Rick Prose, the chamber’s director, said. Other tourists cut …

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A lawsuit filed on behalf of an autistic boy alleges Minnesota police officers used excessive force when arresting him and a friend. Marcus Abrams, an 18-year-old, alleges two Metro Transit police officers attacked him at a light rail station after getting off work at the state fair, reports the Star Tribune. The lawsuit asks for $350,000 in …

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A campus Republican club at Sewanee: The University of the South was suspended after it put up 9/11 memorial posters that administrators said would arouse hatred towards Muslims. The posters in question simply show photos of eight different acts of violence by Islamic radials (such as 9/11, the USS Cole attack, and the Orlando nightclub massacre) along …

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Brock Turner of Ohio was a student-athlete at Stanford University, who had sexually assaulted an unconscious woman in early 2015. When he was indicted with the charge and few other accusations, he was looking at a potential sentence of 14 years in prison. While the prosecutors recommended at least six years in prison, the probation officials suggested a moderate …

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Following in the footsteps of Colin Kaepernick and a handful of other pro athletes, most of the Maury High football team took a knee during the national anthem on Friday. A few Commodores players and coach Chris Fraser stood at attention before the game against Grassfield at Powhatan Field, but the majority of the team …

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Conservative activist James O’Keefe visited Columbia University’s campus in late August and brought a student to tears by showing his support for Donald Trump in chalk and cardboard bricks. “I’m scared that you guys even think this,” a female Columbia student told O’Keefe in a video first obtained by The Daily Caller. O’Keefe replied, “What …

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BEIRUT  The Latest on developments in Syria where a cease-fire brokered by the U.S. and Russia has come into effect (all times local): 10:35 a.m. The Syrian military says its forces have shot down two Israeli aircraft — a warplane and a drone — near the Israeli-controlled part of the Golan Heights. The report came …

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The Hall of Fame rockers recently stopped their show to honor military members, recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and then performed a rockin’ version of the national anthem. “You should remember, patriotism is always cool,” lead singer Paul Stanley told the crowd. “Loving your country is always cool. Standing up, respecting, and honoring our military …

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Sean Rooney was in the south tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. He was on the 105th floor when the planes hit. Before his death, he called his beloved wife, Beverly. This is that conversation…

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After seeing Kim on reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians a few years ago, he embarked on his crazy crusade, and he doesn’t plan to stop any time soon. A Kim Kardashian superfan who spent more than £100,000 on surgery to look just like the reality star has revealed his dramatic transformation over the years. Jordan …

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Ryan Royse, president of the Tempe Exchange Club, said the memorial has nearly 3,000 flags.    TEMPE – Adriana Sandoval was a kindergartner when the two commercial airliners crashed into the twin towers. The youngster witnessed the atrocities of man through a television screen.   By fourth grade, Sandoval knew what she wanted to be: …

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Sally Jones, the British woman who fled to ISIS-held territory with her young son, is training foreign fighters to execute attacks in English-speaking countries, it was claimed last night. Jones, a former punk rocker, has become one of the world’s most wanted female terrorists after leaving Kent in 2013 to marry late ISIS fighter Junaid Hussain. …

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In a last ditch effort to save his own life, a man manages to knock his ISIS persecutor to the ground and steal his weapon. I sincerely hope he and the other two got away safely after the ballsy escape. And I hope he pumped his cowardly captors full of lead in the process.   …

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What would you do if you walked into class on the first day of school and found that Patrice “Tricey” Brown was your teacher? There’s nothing nothing particularly alarming about her except that she’s very beautiful and has a very curvy figure. Being that she’s an elementary school teacher, though, people on the internet are …

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Nothing epitomizes the warm, fuzzy feeling of fall quite like the leaves changing color. This interactive map tells you when you can expect to see fall foliage in different parts of the U.S. The tool comes from travel site The Ultimate Smoky Mountains Guide. It’s useful for travel planning but it’s also just fun to …

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The only possible thing that can dampen the mood on a beautiful summer night is a swarm of mosquitos. And if you’re the one of the bunch who always seems to get bitten more than your friends, you’ll be especially wary of spending any time outdoor without bug spray. But did you know that a number of …

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In this short one-minute commercial, Xerox introduces its vision for the office of the future. Years ahead of its time, the 1972 Xerox Alto featured Ethernet networking, a full page display, a mouse, laser printing, e-mail, and a windows-based user interface. Although it’s high price limited sales, the Alto was a groundbreaking invention and the …

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A beautiful white sandy cove on the Marietas Islands in Mexico was created by a giant blast.With turquoise-blue waters and powder-white sand, Playa Del Amor (Lover’s Beach) has not always been the tranquil spot it is today. Back in the 1900s, the Mexican Government used the islands as a military testing site and the bombs are believed …

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View the Interactive map by clicking the image: The world is urbanizing at a breakneck pace. But not all regions are moving at the same speed. Most population growth today and tomorrow will occur in the sprawling cities and slums of Africa and Asia. Just three countries — China, India and Nigeria — will account for …

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