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Wikipedia Bans Congressional IP Address from Editing Entries

After a controversy over the large number of sometimes capricious edits of Wikipedia pages made from computers inside the network of the House of Representatives, the crowd-sourced, online encyclopedia placed a temporary, 10-day ban on an IP address emanating from Capitol Hill. Jul 27, 2014 5:51 AM PT

Journalist Jeremy Scahill: Israel Guilty of 'War Crimes,' Murder of Children

Jeremy Scahill, the National Security correspondent for the left-wing The Nation magazine, appeared on HuffPo Live and ranted that Israel is responsible for "war crimes" in which "child after child" is killed. The hyperbolic Scahill also accused the U.S. media of reporting only Israeli propaganda. Jul 26, 2014 11:33 AM PT

Obama Again Attacks His Media Friends

President Obama has constantly slipped digs at his media fans into his speeches, despite the fact that the media are among his biggest supporters. He did it again this week in a speech at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. Jul 26, 2014 10:25 AM PT

Obama Job Approval at Dismal 39%

President Obama's numbers have fallen to his previous all-time lowest approval rating this week as Americans have had time to assess his policies, or lack thereof, on immigration; his foreign policies on Israel, Ukraine, and Russia; and his reaction to the shooting down of Malaysian flight MH17. Jul 26, 2014 1:50 AM PT

New Auto-Deployed Parachute Will Slow Crashing Drones

A major worry about the wild growth in privately operated drones is what happens when they fail in flight and fall from the sky? A new parachute product, though, may help make drones plummeting to the ground at fatal velocities much less of a worry. Jul 24, 2014 7:30 AM PT

Seniors Using Roommate-Finding Agencies to Cut Costs

The bad Obama economy has been particularly hard on seniors living on a fixed income. One of the ways some seniors have found to cope with skyrocketing costs is to share living expenses with strangers and now seniors are utilizing roommate-finding agencies to assist them in that goal. Jul 23, 2014 1:30 PM PT

NYPD Announces Retraining After Man Dies When Chokehold Used in Arrest

On July 17, a man died while police were trying to subdue him outside a beauty salon in Staten Island, New York. Police used a chokehold on the man even as he claimed he was having trouble breathing. Now, in the aftermath of the incident, the New York Police Department is announcing that officers will be retrained in the use of force. Jul 23, 2014 5:01 AM PT

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