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  • 10 things you might not know about beards

    10 things you might not know about beards
    There's been a lot of beard news to comb through this summer: Egypt elected Mohammed Morsi, its first bearded president. In Ohio, the big news is a series of beard- and hair-cutting attacks by Amish people against fellow Amish. Meanwhile, entertainment...
  • Not so golden years for some older homeowners

    Not so golden years for some older homeowners
    Prior to 2008, many baby boomers assumed they were set for retirement. They would fund those golden years by tapping into their homes if they hadn't saved enough in their 401(k) plans. But home equity no longer looks like a safe Plan B for a fast-growing...
  • Don't blame Jon Jones for UFC 151 cancellation

    Don't blame Jon Jones for UFC 151 cancellation
    UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones should not be blamed for the cancellation of UFC 151. The blame should be placed squarely on the shoulders of UFC President Dana White and Zuffa, LLC. Over the last several years, we've seen fighters sustaining...
  • Kemoeatu looks for second chance with Ravens

    Not too long ago, Ma'ake Kemoeatu had a knack for swallowing up opposing blockers and running backs with remarkable efficiency. But then the nose tackle was beset by injuries, sitting out two of the last three seasons. Kemoeatu, 33, is eager to revive...
  • Connecticut Catholic Voters Aren't Buying What Bishops Are Selling

    Connecticut Catholic Voters Aren't Buying What Bishops Are Selling
    Connecticut is a very Catholic state. And Connecticut's Roman Catholic bishops have been very politically active lately, loudly criticizing Obamacare, pro-choice Democratic candidates, and politicians who support gay marriage. But that doesn't mean they'...
  • Hobby Lobby Sues Gov't Over Obamacare

    Hobby Lobby Sues Gov't Over Obamacare
    Folks head to Hobby Lobby for all sorts of things-- leather bound boxes, ceramic pineapples, statuettes of ducks in flight... but the morning after pill? Not so much. And yet, the Baptist business owner and CEO of that chain of stores, David Green, has...
  • Court hearing set for Wednesday, after union vote

    Court hearing set for Wednesday, after union vote
    Chicago Public Schools students will miss a seventh day of classes Tuesday as Mayor Rahm Emanuel's attempt to get the courts to quickly end the teachers strike did not produce immediate results. Instead, a judge opted to hear arguments on the mayor's...
  • Read and react: Tackling five opinions on the Ravens

    Read and react: Tackling five opinions on the Ravens
    This feature appears each Monday on the Baltimore Sports Blitz. It’s just like “What They’re Saying About the Ravens,” but it includes blogger Matt Vensel saying something about what those people are saying. Got it? --- John...
  • Morning-After Pill Available At 13 City Schools Via Pilot Program

    Morning-After Pill Available At 13 City Schools Via Pilot Program
    The City Department Of Education is now making the so-called morning-after pill available to young girls as part of a pilot program operating in 13 schools to somewhat of a mixed reaction. Girls as young as 14 will be able to get Plan B -- without...
  • Morning-After pill available in New York City schools

    Morning-After pill available in New York City schools
    The New York City Department of Education is making the morning-after pill available in 13 N.Y.C. schools. Girls as young as 14 will have access to Plan B and they will not need parental approval. The department sent notifications to parents, letting...
  • School nurses dispense Plan B, birth control at NYC schools

    School nurses dispense Plan B, birth control at NYC schools
    Some New York high schools are offering students a new health service by allowing school nurses to dispense the so-called morning after pill, and other contraceptives. It's part of an effort to reduce the number of teen pregnancies. The program started...