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Romney Supports Many of Obama’s Foreign Policy Positions

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney during the third and final presidential debate in Boca Raton, FL on Oct. 22, 2012 (Courtesy of ABC News) WASHINGTON (NNPA) – What was billed as the third and final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Monday night often featured the former Massachusetts governor ...

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Hacker steals 3.6 million Social Security numbers from South Carolina Department of Revenue

Written by Tim Smith The Greenville News  State Law Enforcement Division Chief Mark Keel, left, and South Carolina Department of Revenue Director James Etter talk about a security breach at the Department of Revenue. / Heidi Heilbrunn/The Greenville News WAS YOUR INFORMATION STOLEN? Anyone who has filed a South Carolina tax return since 1998 is immediately being asked to visit protectmyid.com/scdor or call ...

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Skyfall’ Star, Naomie Harris Talks New Role And Idris Elba Becoming The First Black Bond

Having the opportunity to co-star beside a suave British intelligence agent such as James Bond, requires a lot of skill and technique. According to 36-year-old actress Naomie Harris, prepping for her starring role in, Skyfall, proved to be more strenuous than she originally expected. While promoting the franchise's 23rd installment of Bond, Harris took time out to speak with the Huffington Post about her ne ...

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Maryland Pastor: Gays & Marriage Equality Supporters are “Deserving of Death”

Maryland Marriage Alliance Town Hall Meeting 10/19/12. Pastor Robert Anderson says that gays & lesbians are "deserving of death." He also claims that if you support marriage equality, you too are deserving of death. ...

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14-year-old killed own mother

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President Obama Jokingly Calls Romney a ‘Bullsh*tter’ in Rolling Stone Interview

President Obama Jokingly Calls Romney a ‘Bullsh*tter’ in Rolling Stone Interview In an Oval Office  interview,  Rolling Stone magazine reporter Douglas Brinkley told President Obama that his six year old likes him, to which Obama responded, “kids have good instincts.” President Obama then implied that kids have a sixth sense regarding these things and can, therefore, weed out the real from the fake. An exce ...

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Famed trainer Emanuel Steward dies

By Dan Rafael ESPN.com Emanuel Steward, revered as one of the best trainers in boxing history and whose Kronk Gym symbolized Detroit's gritty, blue-collar boxing scene and produced numerous world champions, died Thursday after a short illness. He was 68.   Steward, who also managed many of the fighters he trained, worked with more than two dozen champions during his decades-long career. A younger gener ...

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Broward football teams adjusting to new schedule in Sandy’s wake

Uncertain schedules, short weeks have football coaches improving during big By Christy Cabrera Chirinos, Sun Sentinelgest two weeks of season October 26, 2012   Hurricane Sandy didn't make landfall in South Florida, but her outer bands took a toll on some of the biggest high school football games of the year. Wednesday afternoon, Broward County school officials made the decision to cancel all outdoor a ...

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President Obama: “I’m Making a Plan to Vote Early.”

President Obama is making a plan to vote early. Voting early is easy and only takes a couple minutes. Early voting and voting by mail have started in many states and for all the information you need to vote, go to Vote.BarackObama.com ...

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Broward Commission Bans Synthetic Drugs

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The Broward County Commission has banned stores from selling or advertising synthetic drugs.   Commissioner approved the ordinance Tuesday. Officials in Palm Beach County will consider a similar law next week. The law is a code violation rather than a criminal offense. Offenders could be fined $500 and may also face up to 60 days in jail. The ban is countywide, but in cities tha ...

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