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Officer Reunites with Infant Found in Dumpster in 1989

In 1989, Santa Ana police officer Michael Buelna, on duty in another investigation, heard murmuring inside a trash bin. He opened it and found a barely breathing newborn infant still attached to his umbilical cord. Sunday, the officer and the once discarded Robin Barton met for the first time.
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Clintons Progress from Selling Access to Lincoln Bedroom to Pocketing Millions While Hillary is Sec. of State

Richard Grenell, an American media commentator and the longest serving U.S. Spokesman at the United Nations, said that, recent revelations unveiled by Breitbart Senior editor Peter Schweizer in his bombshell book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, were “actually quite shocking.”
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Tiger Woods Playing at the Players

Friday Tiger Woods announced on his twitter account that he will tee it up for the upcoming Players Championship to be held at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, next week.
Tim Lincecum Dip

Chewing Tobacco ‘Going, Going, Gone’ at SF Giants AT&T Park

“Take Me Out to the Ballgame” lyricizes peanuts and crackerjacks as mainstays for baseball and both seem safe to remain that way. Chewing tobacco, a mainstay for players, may be on the same trajectory as the rotary telephone and the eight-track cassette player if the city of San Francisco has any say in the matter.
Rosie Ruiz

Marathon Cheat Takes Shortcut to Disgrace

Stealing a chapter from shamed New York Marathoner Rosie Ruiz and stealing the deserved glory of legitimate winner of the Go! St. Louis Marathon Andrea Karl, cheater Kendall Schler was stripped of her first place medal on Wednesday.
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LAUSD iPad Debacle Prompts Likely Lawsuit Against Apple

Los Angeles Unified School District’s Board of Education announced Monday that it is exploring possible litigation against technology giant Apple and software developer Pearson for their role in the failed iPad launch designed to put a computer on the desk of 650,000 students in the district.

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