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  • Watch This Bulgarian Politician Fight Off an Assassination Attempt

    Watch This Bulgarian Politician Fight Off an Assassination Attempt
    Ahmed Dogan, leader of Bulgaria’s Liberal Movement For Rights and Freedoms, was attacked by a 25-year old gunman while giving a press conference over the weekend. The gunman, armed with a gas pistol and two knives, stormed the stage and tried to...
  • Chick-fil-A tax forms show no donations to anti-gay groups

    Chick-fil-A tax forms show no donations to anti-gay groups
    Chick-fil-A, the chicken chain that stoked controversy over same-sex marriage last summer, seems to have stopped donating to groups that "actively engage in a political or social agenda to harm LGBT people and their families," according to one gay-...
  • Former Hartford Advocate Writer Brews Unemployed Reporter Porter

    Jon Campbell, who briefly made Hartford a more interesting place with his presence and reporting for the Advocate, has entered the homebrew game with his signature Unemployed Reporter Porter (pictured). "Porter style beers were first popularized in...
  • Rapper Calls Kanye West "Half a F*g"

    Rapper Calls Kanye West "Half a F*g"
    Rapper Lord Jamar, who you may recognize from nothing ever, has now gained slight notoriety after releasing a homophobic diss track about Kanye West. The lyric in question is a reference to Kanye wearing a skirt during the Hurricane Sandy relief concert....
  • Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species

    Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species
    Volunteers spent half a day Saturday removing recently planted ivy seedlings from the Owl Trail entrance in Cherry Canyon and replacing them with sage, currant, lilac and other native plants. The effort was spearheaded by Lisa Novick, director of...
  • Does New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight matter?

    Does New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight matter?
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is one of the most popular leaders in the Republican Party. He shows up in polls among top GOP presidential prospects for 2016. But Christie has struggled for years to lose weight, and a former White House doctor recently...
  • Is GOP abusing filibuster in blocking nominee for defense secretary?

    Is GOP abusing filibuster in blocking nominee for defense secretary?
    Senate Republicans used a filibuster to block a confirmation vote Thursday on Chuck Hagel, President Obama’s nominee for defense secretary. Harry Reid, the Senate’s Democratic leader, said it was the first time a nominee for the Pentagon&...
  • Three independent bookstores sue Amazon, publishers

    Three independent bookstores sue Amazon, publishers
    Three independent bookstores have filed a class action suit against Amazon and the six major publishers, accusing them of creating a monopoly in e-book sales. The complaint, filed in New York on Feb. 15, focuses on digital rights management, known as DRM....
  • Nothing to see here: Is GEO Group editing its Wikipedia page?

    The GEO Group entered the sports world Tuesday when it purchased, for $6 million, the naming rights for FAU Stadium. In doing so, it walked directly into the line of vision of the public eye. And after 48 hours, the judgment from the public as been...
  • A reflection on the merits of the historical novel vs. the historical film

    A reflection on the merits of the historical novel vs. the historical film
    Although there will presumably be no hoop skirts or beaver-skin top hats on the red carpet, this year's Academy Awards are putting a spotlight on American history. I've spent years studying, writing and teaching about the fight to end slavery, so I was...
  • U.S. High School Graduation Rate Should Reach 90% By 2020

    U.S. High School Graduation Rate Should Reach 90% By 2020
    If you listen to all the teacher-bashing and talk of at-risk youth, you’d think that half our students were dropping out to live in dumpsters or join kickball leagues. But as it turns out, the U.S. high school graduation rate is on pace to hit 90%...