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4 hrs ago | Collider
All films based on real events should have historical license. The most important thing is trying to tell the best story possible, and if that means playing a little fast and loose with the facts, then so be it.
Could you pass a US citizenship test?
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
8 hrs ago | Ask MetaFilter
I have asked my dentist. He will sell bleach because he's not stupid. However, he thinks bleaching is stupid and waves off questions by talking about gum health and keep spending your time flossing and how many people with sparkling white front teeth have gross and stinky periodontal disease in their vital back molars because they don't care about ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
A patient has his wisdom teeth removed at the dental clinic on Hurlburt Field, Nov. 19. Capt.
Chicago aldermen voted Wednesday to give themselves a way to check the math behind big-ticket, politically combustible deals that come out of the mayor's office, but the new Office of Financial Analysis ended up pleasing few on the City Council.
After months of inaction, congressional negotiators moved with surprising speed in announcing a budget deal late Tuesday that would restore tens of billions of dollars to defense and non-defense programs removed by the cuts known as sequestration.
What is a veneer? For more than 20 years dentists have had the technology to create lifelike appearing veneers to give teeth a flawless appearance.
Christmas is just about here - I know because Victoria's Secret Angels tell me so - and the stock market is well on its way to relative hibernation.
A'I know itA's a Monday darling, but IA'm off to the pub, save some dinner for meA' is a line that has been working wonders for pub owner Ian Russell for years Any Dane can spot a Brit a mile away, bad teeth aside.
Leave your shoes at the door but don't expect to find them there when you leave.
The conventional wisdom coming out of Virginia's gubernatorial race last month was that the GOP can't afford to run hardcore pro-lifers like Ken Cuccinelli.
Tooth loss and bleeding gums might be a sign of declining thinking skills among the middle-aged, a new study contends.
The city of Beaufort and its Redevelopment Commission chose a commendable company to help lead the redevelopment of the Beaufort Downtown Marina.
People should lose their sweet tooth if they want the best chance of keeping a full set of molars, say scientists.
A hand recount today of the ballots cast on SeaTac Proposition 1, the $15 hour an hour minimum wage law, does not appear to have changed the outcome, according to observers for the No side in the campaign.
Re "Herbicide will halt invasive species," Nov. 29 Community View: It is clearly a fantasy to think that spraying herbicide will "halt" the invasion of Phragmites australis, when Phragmites is found all over the region, by the side of every road, and already makes up the majority of the plants in the Piermont Marsh.
The minute you are finished talking with her you want to get on the telephone and apologize to your children.