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Feb 12, 2016

Aquarius (change)
You could be energetically scattered today, trying to keep up with your busier-than-normal schedule. Although you might derive joy from all the distractions, frustration sets in if you actually attemp...

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  • Adam Johnson trial: Ex-England star 'checked the age of consent online after sexual activity with 15-year-old girl,' court hears

    Premier League football player Adam Johnson made two internet searches about the legal age of consent after engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year-old, a court heard.

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  • Russia keeps bombing despite Syria truce; Assad vows to fight on

    MUNICH/AMMAN Major powers agreed on Friday to a pause in combat in Syria, but Russia pressed on with its relentless bombing in support of its ally President Bashar al-Assad, who vowed to fight on until he regains full control of the country. Although billed as a potential breakthrough, the "cessation of hostilities" agreement does not take effect for a week, at a time when Assad's government is poised to win its biggest victory of the war with the backing of Russian air power. If implemented, the deal hammered out at five hours of late night talks in Munich would allow humanitarian aid to reach besieged towns. Rebels said the town of Tal Rifaat in northern Aleppo province was the target of intensive bombing by Russian planes on Friday morning.

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  • Backlash to Beyonce's Super Bowl performance continues to grow

    Remember when Justin Timberlake "accidentally" ripped off Janet Jackson's top during their Super Bowl performance? Well the backlash from that has nothing on Beyoncé's performance last Sunday. Five days after Beyoncé’s Super Bowl half-time show in which dancers were clad in Black Panther inspired costumes and one dancer held up a "Justice 4 Mario Woods" sign, the controversy continues to grow. There’s an anti-Beyoncé protest rally in front of the NFL headquarters planned for Feb. 16, a Boycott Beyonce sign-up page, and a social media hashtag #boycottBeyonce that people are using when addressing the performance -- from both sides of the issue. So has hers turned out to be most controversial half-time

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  • The Army’s $30 Billion Humvee Replacement Climbs Out of a Ditch

    The U.S. Army’ $30 billion replacement for its Humvee fleet is getting back on track after a federal court tossed out a request to stop work on the effort until a lawsuit over the program is resolved. Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Defense can start working on the production of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) after the U.S. Court of Federal Claims denied a request by Lockheed Martin, which lost out on the massive contract last year, to halt the effort. “This decision is another indication that the U.S. Army conducted a thorough, methodical procurement process, and we are confident that the original JLTV contract award to Oshkosh will be upheld,” Oshkosh CEO Wilson R. Jones said Friday in a statement.

    The Fiscal Times
  • Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Threw Shade At The Manning Family After Super Bowl 50

    Kraft couldn't let them enjoy it for more than a couple days before stepping in.

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  • Spanish worker skipped job he hated for 6 years, and no one noticed

    Modern folk hero, or menace to society? You decide. Joaquin Garcia, a 69-year-old civil Spanish servant, has been fined $30,000, or one year's salary, for not showing up to his job for six years.  SEE ALSO: Man fired after not coming to work for 24 years Garcia, tasked with overseeing the construction of a waste treatment facility, claimed he was bullied into a no man's land position that didn't actually require much work, but he reportedly chose to keep the ruse going to support his family. He did show up to the office for brief periods of time, but apparently devoted much of his ample free time to becoming "an expert on the philosopher Spinoza," according to The Independent. (As one does.)

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  • Teen hauled out of class for 'distracting' the boys (PHOTOS)

    Just kidding. It's totally awful, which is why Madyson's mom, Brooke Fields, angrily called out the school and the teacher for their poor handling of the "situation" with a now deleted public Facebook post that has garnered its fair share of attention. In it you can see Madyson, who looks like she's had a good cry, wearing the evil outfit in question. Take a look for yourself: My daughter, who is a straight A student was told by a teacher that she is a distraction to the boys and was told if she...Posted by Brooke Fields on  Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Are you not scandalized? Have you or have you not forgotten every last thing you ever learned about eighth-grade pre-algebra because of this

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