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Hitler coffee cream pot company faces closure
The company that designed the coffee cream pot lids featuring images of Hitler and Mussolini is facing bankruptcy after Swiss supermarket chain Migros said it planned to terminate its contract
Washington school shooting: 2 dead, including lone gunman
A student opened fire in the cafeteria of a Washington high school on Friday, killing one person, wounding at least four others and spreading panic among students who scrambled across fields and parking lots to safety, police and hospital officials said.
Partisan attack ads: No Copyright Act changes in budget bill
There's one key item missing from the mammoth omnibus budget bill introduced by the government earlier this week: A controversial proposal that had reportedly been in the works to amend the Copyright Act to give a politician or party the power to use vide
UN experts: Detroit should restore water to poor
United Nations human rights experts described Detroit’s mass water shut-offs as “a man-made perfect storm” Monday and called on city officials to restore water to people unable to pay, including those with disabilities or chronic illnesses.
The Physics of the Hendo Hoverboard
Image: Hendo Hoverboards This hoverboard looks like the real deal - unlike the recent fake hoverboard. Although I'm not exactly sure how the Hendo Hoverbo works, I have a pretty good guess.
Ryan Miller right at home pacing Canucks past Blues
Ryan Miller made 31 saves in his return to St. Louis and the Vancouver Canucks scored three times in the third period to beat the Blues 4-1 on Thursday night. Nick Bonino, Linden Vey and Jannik Hansen all scored in the third period to help the Canucks (4-
Three other heroes who rose to the occasion in Ottawa
Though surely a hero, Kevin Vickers was not the only person to display exceptional bravery amid the fear and uncertainty of the attack. Some of their names are unknown, but their courage will not go unappreciated.
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