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Grandpa Writes Scathing Letter to Daughter for Booting Gay Grandson Out of House

An unidentified grandfather is winning major points for bashing his daughter after she threw his grandson out of the house when he came out of the closet.

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Federal Shutdown Scraps Games at Service Academies

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department says it has temporarily suspended all sports competitions at the service academies as a result of the partial government shutdown.

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GOVERMENT SHUTDOWN

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In shutdown blame game, Democrats and Republicans united: It’s the other side’s fault' - Washington Post Headline

Well, at least they agree on SOMETHING. A frant

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Senator Tester Says Possible Shutdown A Symptom Of Washington Dysfunction [VIDEO]

With the U.S. government on the verge of shutting down, Senator Jon Tester this week spoke on the Senate floor to call on his colleagues to put aside political grandstanding and keep the government open for the sake of their constituents

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Sheriff Says Mother Responsible for Texas Murder-Suicide

CORSICANA, Texas (AP) — Authorities say a Texas woman fatally shot her husband and three sons before killing herself in their home last week.

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US Army Ready to Adopt Major New Tattoo Policy for Soldiers

The US Army is about to make a stink over ink.

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WASHINGTON - AUGUST 22:  The best-selling book "Natural Cures" by Kevin Trudeau stands on display at a Borders bookstore August 22, 2005 in Washington, DC. Trudeau was formerly jailed for fraud and ordered by the U.S. government to stop selling health products through television infomercials.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON - AUGUST 22: The best-selling book "Natural Cures" by Kevin Trudeau stands on display at a Borders bookstore August 22, 2005 in Washington, DC. Trudeau was formerly jailed for fraud and ordered by the U.S. government to stop selling health products through television infomercials. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Kevin Trudeau: He Just Might Be The Best Crook Ever

Info pitchman Kevin Trudeau is one of those folks. And, he’s the crook that no one seems to be able to stop. He’s been fined, jailed for short periods of time but just keeps coming back.

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The Norwegian base ship the Regalia sits above the site of the sunken Russian submarine Kursk October 22, 2000 in the Barent's Sea north of Russia. Eighteen Russian and Norwegian divers based in a compression chamber underneath the Regalia are working around the clock on a recovery effort for the bodies of 118 sailors still inside the submarine.
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Ex-Halliburton Manager Charged in Gulf Spill Probe

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A former Halliburton employee has been charged with destroying evidence following BP's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Real estate agents arrive at a brokers tour showing a house for sale with a list price of $1.3 million May 17, 2007 in San Rafael, California. The San Francisco Bay Area has seen the median price for existing single family homes surge 6.6% to $720,000 while the national median home price dropped 0.9% to $215,300 in March. Marin County led the Bay Area surge with the median home price reaching a record high of $1,010,000, the first county in the state of California to surpass the million dollar mark.
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30-Year Mortgage Rate Dips to 4.50 Percent

Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages declined this week amid signs the economic recovery is slowing.

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Homeless Man Who Turned in Lost $40K Gets Over $70K [VIDEO]

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What would you do if you found $40,000 in a backpack? Would you keep it, turn it in, keep some of it or do nothing? A homeless Boston man turned in every dollar of over $40,000 he found at a mall and now he is being thanked in a huge way.

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