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As the U.S. House of Representatives debates this week whether to repeal the Obama administration’s health care overhaul, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs remains optimistic that such legislative maneuvering will yield few actual results.
A mohawk never stopped Chuck Hurley from working.
The makers of Power Balance wristbands, a silicone bracelet that claims to improve strength, balance and flexibility, have come out with a statement claiming the product does not support its advertising claims.
Grinning widely, Ralph Lowenstein stood in front of colleagues, friends and loved ones, many of them smiling back, as he stood by the monument bearing his visage and his prophecy.
Still, Mel now describes her first weekend as a sugar baby as “the easiest money I ever made.”
Hannah, a 22-year-old model and actress in Tampa, calls herself an “accomplished magazine model” and a European Playboy model. She costs $5,000 - $10,000 a month.
A website provides a trade-off between older, affluent men and young, desperate women. The women get gifts including money and jewelry, and in return they give the men sex.
There is magic in crossroads. In folklore, places where paths meet have been the site of spells, life-and-death decisions and deals with the devil. Historically, they have been places to meet for public debates, announcements, hangings, weddings, wakes and dances.
Online dating just got less creepy for students.
While electronic cigarettes are advertised as a healthier alternative to cigarettes containing smoke, UF and the American Lung Association oppose them despite their claim to be better on lungs and the environment.
Can you imagine watching your land, your house and your child’s playground being bulldozed and demolished?