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Oct 10, 2015

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You might not feel as supported by others as you wish today. Your ruling planet, Venus, is under serious stress as she squares off with austere Saturn, and you could experience the brunt of this tensi...



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  • Man Walks Around the Street With Severed Head of Wife He Allegedly Beheaded

    Man walks around in broad daylight with wife's severed head.

  • Ex-Banker Warns: Big Change Coming to U.S. Banks


    This will catch most U.S. citizens completely unprepared. But the banks don't want you to know this.

  • Russia’s New Mega-Missile Stuns the Globe

    On Oct. 7, Russian warships in the Caspian Sea fired 26 high-tech cruise missiles at rebel targets in Syria—a staggering 1,000 miles away. The missiles in question, which the Pentagon calls SS-N-30s, were mostly unknown to the outside world before the Oct. 7 raid. Even close watchers of the Russian military were surprised to see them. The missile attack was also highly visible. In many ways, it was an announcement to the world, and America in particular, that the once-dilapidated Russian navy is back in action—and that Putin’s missileers are now among the planet’s most advanced. Planning for the missile attack began on Oct. 5, six days after Moscow’s warplanes conducted their first bombing runs

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  • Selena Gomez on Being Fat Shamed: My Bikini Was 'a Little Too Small for Me, but I Didn't Care'

    "Yeah, it was the first time I'd ever been called fat."

  • Cop Accidentally Shoots 4-Year-Old Girl: 'Mommy Am I Gonna Die?'

    An officer was responding to a routine call when he says the family's boxer terrier charged at him.

    Inside Edition
  • Scientist Takes First-Ever Photo of Rare Bird, Then Kills It in the Name of Science

    When Chris Filardi, director of Pacific Programs at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, was finally holding the elusive Guadalcanal moustached kingfisher, he told Slate writer Rachel Gross, it was like finding a unicorn. Filardi had been searching for the orange, white, and brilliant-blue bird for more than 20 years, when on a field study in the high forests of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, he finally heard the “ko-ko-ko-ko-kiew” sound of what he described as the unmistakable call of a large kingfisher. After days of tracking, he and his colleagues captured a male moustached kingfisher in a mist net.

  • All Hands on Deck


    TRESemmé stylists team up to bust out this wavy, deep side part look for Banana Republic's Spring 2016 collection in record time.

  • The Conversation I'm Afraid To Have With My 5-Year-Old About His Dad and Brother

    For the past five years I have been lying to my son. Not intentionally lying, but not explicitly telling the truth. Our 5 year old Mateo has no idea that his 21-year-old brother is technically his half-brother. Kamau was 13 when I met my husband, David, and his relationship with his biological father was and still is non-existent. When David and I got married and had Mateo, we began to look like a more traditional family--just one with a 16-year age gap between our kids. Strangers often teased that we were escaping empty nest syndrome by having another child so much later and I didn't correct them. It seemed useless telling someone I would never see again that Kamau was from a previous relationship,

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  • A Harvard student who was allegedly raped describes a disturbing trend among her peers

    In a harrowing column titled "Here's How I Was Raped," a Harvard University student details her...

    Business Insider
  • The Kardashians ‘Draw Up $20 Million Contract To Silence Scott Disick’

    The Kardashian family are believed to be drawing up a $20 contract to buy Scott Disick’s silence and prevent him from revealing any of their secrets since his split from Kourtney. It’s been reported that the family are growing increasingly worried that Scott might be tempted to spill the beans in the light of his recent partying and erratic behavior. “Scott’s just gone from bad to worse,” a source told Radar Online.

    Amy Nickell

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  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Friday's roundup

    LANCASTER BIBLE 3, WILSON 0 Wilson registered 14 shots, but couldn't get any into the back of the net and settled for a 3-0 North Eastern Athletic Conference men's soccer defeat to Lancaster Bible.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion 35 mins ago
  • The Magic Tree at Keegan Theatre Saturday, Oct. 10

    When the world feels like it’s crumbling around you, does love have the power to turn everything around? That’s the central question posed in Irish playwright Ursula Rani Sarma’s play The Magic Tree , making its U.S. debut at Keegan Theatre as part of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival.

    Washington City Paper
  • Mercersburg Academy breaks ground on field house

    Carol Prentiss, left, Stacie Lissette, Dylan Lissette, Denise Dupre, and Doug Hale toss dirt Friday evening during the ground breaking ceremony for the Hale Field House in the Nolde Gymnasium's Plantz Courts. The event was moved indoors due to the weather.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion

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