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  1. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.

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  2. Rules yes, safety zeroRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Safety guidelines have remained on paper for four years, leaving innocent children in schools most vulnerable to attacks - terrorist or any kind. In April 2010, the Union ministry of home affairs had issued "Standard operating procedure for dealing with any terrorist attack on schools", which envisaged a number of guidelines, including three to four gates with 24-hour security guards, CCTV cameras all along the boundary wall, centralised alarm system, inspection of compound before opening and closing of school among others.

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  3. Locomotive and Metro-North passenger train collideRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    A Metro-North locomotive ran a red light and hit a passenger train leaving Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday morning, an MTA spokesman said. No passengers were injured, but the collision was another safety shortfall for the commuter railroad, which is trying to restore rider confidence after a series of major accidents, including a derailment in the Bronx that killed four passengers one year ago.

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  4. Schools' bilingual facilitators have busy days with growing Hispanic populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Maryland Gazette

    Norma Rivera wouldn't have known she had the power to care for her special needs son without Jaclyn Muoz. Rivera is now able to participate in her son's education.

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  5. Centre alerts states to lone-wolf attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Times of India

    Centre has issued a general advisory warning of terror attacks in key towns and cities at crowded places including malls, marketplaces. NEW DELHI: The terror attacks in Sydney and Peshawar have spawned a series of central advisories alerting the states and Union territories to the possibility of lone-wolf attacks as well as a strike by a group of five SIMI activists on the run.

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  6. Mexican Fritzl Was Police Chief Who Kept Harem Of WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Austrian Times

    An overweight police chief nicknamed "El Gordo" has been arrested for a horrific regime of rape and sexual abuse of two women, as well as their daughters and granddaughters. Shockingly the abuse in the city of Guanajuato, in the central Mexican state of the same name, continued over three generations of the same family and in some cases he was even the father to the girls he was assaulting.

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  7. 2014 Holiday Gift GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AmmoLand

    Aiming for the perfect gift this Holiday season? Buy your loved one something that will put a smile on the face of any outdoor enthusiast. OnBeep's all new global communications device allows users to enjoy the comfort of hands-free, real-time communication without the hassle of a walkie-talkie.

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  8. Syrian Extremist Group Claims to Seize Anti-Tank Weapon Supplied by United StatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | International Business Times

    An Islamist Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra fighter talks on a walkie-talkie while carrying his weapon on Al-Khazan frontline of Khan Sheikhoun, northern Idlib province May 17, 2014. The weapons, which are believed to have been intended for moderate factions, apparently reached extremist rebels in Syria.

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  9. MomentumA World of HurtRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2010 | American Reporter

    You drive over the long sloping hills of State Highway 460, watching the farms and thick trees slip over the horizon, how they rise and rise until you begin to think they are an endless procession speeding past in an infinite blur. In the distance, there is the dark sapphire blue pressing into the clouds, the haunting shadow violet limning the worn undulations of water-carved phosphorescent rivulets trickling down the ancient slopes.

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  10. To Catch a Predator for Sex Workers Coming to A&ERead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    A new reality series slated for A&E will feature a cop-turned-pastor intent on saving sex workers' souls by luring them to hotel rooms and then lecturing them on national television. Once he has sex workers cornered, pastor Kevin Brown has eight minutes to convince them of the error of their whorin' ways.

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  11. What the Future Holds for Voice Quality in Conference CallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Despite the dramatic evolution of computer technology and telecommunications in recent years, the voice quality of the majority of conference calls today hasn't greatly improved from what was standard in the 1980s. Virtual meetings are still plagued with echo, talk over and other sound quality issues.

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  12. With These 5 Tools Entrepreneurs Can Run a Business From Their PhoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    The release marks the first wave of a landmark partnership that will ultimately see more than 100 business apps developed by the former adversaries. Every team is an opportunity for powerful synergy but making it happen is a constant leadership challenge.

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  13. Bomb blast injures 3 soldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Bangkok Post

    Rueso district police were alerted at 11.40am that an explosion had occurred on the road linking Moo 2 and Moo 6 of Ban Dala in tambon Riang of the district. Police named the soldiers as Sub Lt Udon Chanasen, Cpl Ni-arref Nilong and Pvt Ardali Bilanglod.

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  14. Christmas crime filmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | OUPblog

    In order to spread some festive cheer, Blackstone's Policing has compiled a watchlist of some of the best criminal Christmas films. From a child inadvertently left home alone to a cop with a vested interest, and from a vigilante superhero to a degenerate pair of blaggers, it seems that there's something about this time of year that calls for a special kind of policing.

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  15. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.

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  16. "Homeland" is back on top: How the supporting cast saved the showRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Salon

    Without the tortured dance between Carrie and Brody, it's had a chance to flesh out the characters who orbit her After a number of consecutively excellent episodes, we're prepared to say it: Those of you gave up on "Homeland" last season should come back into the fold. . Now, with Brody long out of the picture, Carrie back on form and the plot chugging along like early-series "24" at its best, the show is truly back at the height of its powers.

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  17. Fires across Singapore's history: The Straits Times looks at five famous onesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | The Straits Times

    The back of the building in Geylang Lorong 4 where a fire broke out on the morning of Dec 6, 2014, killing four. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE Police at the scene of the Dec 6, 2014 fire at Geylang Lorong 4. -- PHOTO: IHSAN PRABAKARAN S/O SUBRAMANIAM A fire engine is seen at the scene of the Dec 6, 2014 fire at Geylang Lorong 4 -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN SINGAPORE - Four foreign workers died after a fire broke out in a Geylang apartment on Friday morning.

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  18. Documents: Hulen Mall employee strangled by former co-workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | WFAA-TV Dallas

    Police have charged Carter Carol Cervantez, 25, and her boyfriend Clarence "David" Mallory, 19, with capital murder in the death of their former co-worker, Ashlea Harris, 31. Documents: Hulen Mall employee strangled by former co-workers Police have charged Carter Carol Cervantez, 25, and her boyfriend Clarence "David" Mallory, 19, with capital murder in the death of their former co-worker, Ashlea Harris, 31. Check out this story on WFAA.com: FORT WORTH -- Court documents released Monday detail the death of a Hulen Mall employee and name her two former co-workers as suspects.

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  19. Nibbled alive! Discovery swallows its own credibility: MenonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | The Toronto Star

    Even the anaconda that attempted to swallow Paul Rosolie was a bait-and-switch, a captive snake rather than one truly encountered in the Peruvian Amazon. That should be the logline Discovery uses for all subsequent airings of Eaten Alive , two hours of putrid baloney that left viewers with a bad case of indigestion.

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  20. 'Eaten Alive': Or how to make a giant anaconda boringRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Los Angeles Times

    Ah, the annual race to establish the next holiday classic: First, Christopher Walken as Captain Hook, now a guy who is intentionally attempting to be eaten by a giant anaconda. Meet Paul Rosolie, author, naturalist, anaconda fetishist.

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