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3 hrs ago | The Economist
SPRING is here and the sap in British politicians appears to be rising. Last week a prominent Conservative MP, the former deputy-speaker of the House of Commons, Nigel Evans, was acquitted of raping a junior parliamentary researcher; he admitted getting drunk and having sex with a man less than half his age.
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Dickenson County Tourism Director Surratt has completed a Southeast Tourism Society Marketing College program, which included course topics such as marketing, media relations, tourism advertising, vacation research, crisis management, branding and community/rural tourism.
Here's a friendly message from the Dept. of Goes Without Saying: Hardcore porn and corporate branding don't mix well together.
Do you remember Kwaku Asamoah Tutu? Popularly known as Kwaku T, he was the Ghanaian representative in Big Brother Africa season II in 2007.
In this Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012, file photo, Mexican singer Juan Gabriel performs in concert at the National Auditorium in Mexico City.
One of Britain's most prestigious all-girl schools is investigating an alleged anti-Semitic comment made by a teacher to a student.
A Joint Review Panel may have recommended that Canada's federal government approve the Northern Gateway Project, but British Columbians have not been so accepting of the pipeline.
Buffalo Mass Mob is partnering with the Friends of Saint Ann's to host a Rosary Mob outside of Saint Ann's Church and Shrine at the corner of Broadway and Emslie in Buffalo on Saturday, May 10, 2014 starting at 10:00am.
TONY GUTIERREZ/ASSOCIATED PRESSNCAA president Mark Emmert, left, is at the center of a conflict regarding the financial well-being of student-athletes.
An emergency room doctor concluded that Alexa Ray Joel, 28, experienced vasovagal syncope, a common cause of fainting that "is usually harmless and requires no treatment," Joel rep Claire Mercuri said.
THE future of travel is set to radically change. Get ready for virtual realities and digital travel buddies.
In what may be the social media SNAFU of the year, US Airways is apologizing for accidentally tweeting a photo of a woman's private parts to its 23,000 followers.
The country is still reeling from President William Jefferson Clinton's landmark address in which he confessed to "improper" relations with Monica Lewinsky.
Over the last year, a rabbi, a state NAACP official, a small town mayor and other community leaders wrote op-eds and letters to Congress with remarkably similar language on a remarkably obscure topic.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy speaks like a man from another century. In an interview with conservative radio host Dana Loesch, Bundy claims that "this is a sovereign state of Nevada."
Acquired by Sun Capital Partners, Inc. in 2013, Johnny Rockets now operates more than 300 restaurants in 26 countries around the world.
Jenna Furger with the UWSP Bring A Buddy banner, where over 1,500 students have pledged to bring a buddy instead of going out alone.