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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi says it’s been moving data belonging to international users to servers outside of China, its latest effort at assuring users of privacy. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Technology (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

Woman Sets Boyfriend On Fire With Nail Polish Remover...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
PAULA BOLYARD: Why Is President Obama Running Around the Country Kissing Women? Is it too much to ask him to keep his lips to himself at a time like this? Read More

Source: INSTAPUNDIT.COM (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
Eli Lilly said its sales and profit fell in the most recent period, reflecting patent expirations and generic competition. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
Dunkin’ Brands, parent of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, said third-quarter sales rose, but the restaurant chain operator warned that it may have trouble reaching its sales targets for the year. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
General Motors reported a 14% drop in its third-quarter profit but beat analyst expectations as strength in North America offset weaker results in other regions of the world. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

Zuckerberg speaks Chinese 'like a 7-year-old with mouth full of marbles'...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
With the U.K.’s main trade partner, the eurozone, facing an increasingly difficult economic climate, British recovery is highly dependent on its own consumers. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

Catholic University Launches Pagan Student Club...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
The story of Michael Brown’s killing may seem like a distant memory. After dominating the news for several weeks in August, and focusing national attention on race, it gave way to the Ray Rice controversy and then Ebola—and largely fell from public view. But the saga is far from over, as the peo Read More

Source: The New Republic - All Content (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
Raytheon reported a forecast-beating 5% rise in quarterly profits and lifted its 2014 guidance, completing a clean sweep of outperformance by the top five U.S. defense contractors. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
Comcast’s third-quarter profit rose 50%, as the cable giant benefited from a one-time income-tax adjustment and a boost in earnings at its NBCUniversal entertainment arm. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
Caterpillar posted stronger-than-expected results for its third quarter as the heavy-machinery maker said restructuring and cost controls paid off in a tough economic environment. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

Chris Christie: WH taking Ebola threat 'extraordinarily seriously'...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)
ROGER KIMBALL: Dem Panic According to the NY Times. Remember, you don’t just have to beat them. You have to beat them beyond the margin of fraud. Read More

Source: INSTAPUNDIT.COM (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

DC sets impossible hurdles for concealed carry gun applications...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

1. Ottawa locked down after gunman attacks Parliament
A gunman, identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, shot and killed a soldier guarding Canada's National War Memorial, then entered the Parliament building across a plaza and started shooting there. Zehaf-Bibeau, who was believed to be a convert to Islam identified as a "high-risk traveler," was killed in a shootout with security personnel. The attack left Ottawa, Canada's capital on lockdown, and came three days after an attack on two soldiers in Quebec. [Bloomberg News , The Washington Post]

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Source: The Week - World News (2014-10-23 08:10:01)

LIST: 10 Ways Communism is Portrayed as 'Cool' Today...


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Source: The Drudge Report (2014-10-23 08:10:01)