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  • How To Make Your Offer On Your Next Home Stand Out
    It may seem hard to imagine but, yes, the cycle has spun around and in some markets there are bidding wars leaving buyers wondering, "What can I do to make…
    - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 8:40pm -
  • Where You Work Should Help Decide Where To Buy Your Next Home
    If you're entering into the real estate market for the first time, you'll hear the old adage: location, location, location. That's three of the key factors... I'm kidding but, location…
    - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 8:39pm -
  • Make Room For Gramma: Why Multigenerational Living Is The Trend With No End
    That guest room you had planned to shelter the occasional out-of-town guest might not stay a guest room for long. And that empty-nest syndrome you've been worried about? It's may…
    - 3 days ago 24 Aug 16, 8:09pm -
  • Hiring a Handyman When Selling Your Home
    As you get ready to sell your home, you may discover the need to make numerous repairs and updates. But when do you have the time? Most jobs you can…
    - 3 days ago 24 Aug 16, 8:07pm -
  • Understanding Adverse Possession
    There is an ancient legal concept in the law known as "adverse possession." If we go back to our history books, this is also known as "squatters rights." The theory…
    - 4 days ago 23 Aug 16, 8:13pm -
  • The Other Sphere of Influence: The Power of REALTOR Recommendations
    When it comes to real estate, we know agents influence everything from the locations a buyer considers to the type, size, and style of home they purchase. But that's only…
    - 4 days ago 23 Aug 16, 8:12pm -
  • Premise Liability Expanded
    Most everyone who pays attention to real estate matters knows that along with ownership and/or control of real property comes various liabilities. If someone gets hurt on property that you…
    - 5 days ago 22 Aug 16, 5:51pm -

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  • newRates rise late after Yellen speech
    Credit markets sat immobilized in August, waiting for Janet Yellen’s speech this morning at the annual Economic Policy Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This conference of central bankers has been sponsored by the Kansas City Fed since 1978 -- so…
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  • newStone styles for modern homes
    Limestone is what we are made of here in Austin. It is indigenous to our area and plentiful. Limestone has been used for decades on all types of houses. Today, we see traditional limestone updated to compliment the simple lines of contemporary homes…
    - 17 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 8:00pm -
  • newDC development profile: Oronoco
    Located at 601 N. Fairfax St., Alexandria, the Oronoco (pronounced "or-oh-no-co") was once touted as one of the ugliest buildings in the city. However, it got an extreme makeover by EYA builders from 2012 to ...
    - 17 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 8:00pm -
  • newWhat is a home warranty?
    In this week's video, Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates breaks down a home warranty and what exactly one entails ...
    - 18 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 7:00pm -
  • newRenting near the El doesn’t mean elevated pricing
    One of the biggest benefits to living in a big city is the transportation. In fact, a Harris Poll survey revealed easy commutes rank second only to safety in terms of neighborhood choice.For Windy City residents, the hunt for faster travel might be…
    - 18 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 7:00pm -
  • newAre more young adults moving back in with Mom and Dad?
    In 2016, is it still socially embarrassing to be (or have) an adult child living with parents? Or roommates? Some new information released this week by Pew Research Center indicates that multigenerational households are more prevalent than we thought…
    - 21 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 4:03pm -
  • newQ&A: Global luxury brokerage spills branding video secrets
    How does a top luxury residential real estate brokerage -- with 430 agents who speak over 15 languages -- find common ground among clients? A video that came out in July from Surterre Properties somehow does just that ...
    - 22 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 3:16pm -
  • newDigital Realty hosting annual MarketplaceLIVE on September 22
    The 13th annual run of MarketplaceLIVE, the networking event from Digital Realty, is closely approaching. On September 22, the San Francisco-based technical real estate provider is hosting its networking event at Spring Studios in New York City under…
    - 22 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 3:00pm -
  • Big city money: Luxury suburbs in the nation’s largest metros
    Throughout the nation's largest metros, each has a gem of a neighborhood filled with some of the most luxurious real estate. Engel & Völkers North America decided to rank them, recently releasing its top 10 list of the most expensive suburbs in Amer…
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 11:00am -
  • Who’s America’s best President for real estate?
    This November, the people of this nation will decide on a new chief executive officer for our country. The stakes are high, and all the candidates are out to prove they are the best fit for the job ...
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 10:00am -
  • How to grow your referral business organically
    Do you know how to "play in your passion place"? Watch this video for tips on how to find lead-generation activities that work -- and that feel natural and fun for you, too ...
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 10:00am -
  • How to self-promote without coming across as self-promotional
    Mor Zucker sat down with Audie Chamberlain at Inman Connect San Francisco to talk about how she manages her business promotion -- and it's definitely not like everybody else does ...
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 9:30am -
  • Brokerage’s ‘Best Buyer’ report gives agents tactical marketing advice
    Pacific Union CEO Mark McLaughlin is used to seeing some of his top agents approached by other brokerages. In a bid to give his agents a competitive edge, the CEO and his chief technology advisor, Alexander Paine, are aiming to equip agents with more…
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 9:15am -
  • 3 ways procrastination can help you succeed
    All of our lives, we’ve been told procrastination is a bad thing, something to avoid -- even a sign of laziness. Yet, obviously, procrastination is human nature. Most of us don’t jump out of bed every morning saying, “I’m going to accomplish…
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 9:00am -
  • Community spotlight: Savage, Maryland
    Savage, Maryland, is centrally located between two big cities, giving locals easy access to work and culture while staying in a quaint residential environment. Although only 18 miles south of Baltimore and 21 miles north of Washington D.C., the histo…
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 9:00am -
  • Top comments of the week Aug. 22-26
    Here are this week's top comments, compiled by the editorial staff ...
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 9:00am -
  • Smart home security risks every agent should know
    As smart home features continue to emerge, so too are growing security concerns. Research has highlighted a multitude of smart home security flaws, and some have already been exploited ...
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 8:30am -
  • Where does the time go? Android app sorts out every minute
    I don't know why I was surprised to hear that the app developer on the other end of my Skype call was 21 years old. This is 2016, after all. Still, how important is time management to a person just now able to have a beer? Well, I guess he showed me…
    - 1 day ago 26 Aug 16, 8:30am -

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    Southern Living

    • newOur Favorite Tips for Christmas Window Decorations

      - 19 hours ago 26 Aug 16, 6:20pm -
    • Smart Ikea Hacks for Your Home
      Smart Ikea Hacks for Your Home Add a touch of Southern style to a few Ikea finds. Gracious porches. Well-proportioned rooms. Mixing passed-down pieces with fresh finds. There are so many elements that go into making a Southern hou…
      - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 4:51pm -
    • How to Pick the Best Artificial Tree

      - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 4:03pm -
    • 10 Ways to Personalize Christmas Ornaments
      10 Ways to Personalize Christmas Ornaments Creative, crafty, and clever ways to make your Christmas tree uniqueThe best way to cozy-up your home at Christmas time is to decorate using personalized details. What better place to showca…
      - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 3:36pm -
    • 7 Homemade Christmas Card Ideas
      7 Homemade Christmas Card Ideas Get that bin of crafts out of the attic, plug in the glue gun, and start crafting.After Thanksgiving, mailboxes are stuffed with holiday cards and well wishes for the season. It's the best time of year…
      - 5 days ago 22 Aug 16, 9:27pm -
    • Our Favorite Country Christmas Albums
      Our Favorite Country Christmas Albums Get ready to have yourself a merry little Christmas. These country Christmas albums are sure to get you in the holiday spirit.From the warming taste of peppermint hot chocolate in front of a fir…
      - 8 days ago 19 Aug 16, 9:06pm -
    • Why Nothing Beats Coming Home for Christmas in the South

      - 9 days ago 18 Aug 16, 5:49pm -
    • How To Master Classic Georgian Style
      How To Master Classic Georgian Style Nashville decorator Sarah Bartholomew studied the works of some of the finest designers—teaching herself to spin traditional interiors like these in her own home.Five years ago, when Sarah Barth…
      - 10 days ago 17 Aug 16, 4:52pm -
    • Happy Halloween-Inspired Baby Names
      Happy Halloween-Inspired Baby Names Here’s a treat for those of you who love all things Halloween. We looked at the charming side of some of our favorite Halloween movie and TV show names for your sweet little pumpkin. Hall…
      - 12 days ago 15 Aug 16, 9:31pm -
    • Throw the Ultimate Halloween Party

      - 12 days ago 15 Aug 16, 9:21pm -
    • 5 Halloween Makeup Ideas That Are Actually Easy

      - 12 days ago 15 Aug 16, 9:10pm -
    • Southern Plant Olympics!
      Here at Southern Living, our gladiators will be plants. We’ll match dozens of our beloved botanical icons against each other in a knock-down, drag-out contest to crown a single champion – the most Southern of Southern plants.
      - 15 days ago 12 Aug 16, 2:54pm -
    • Inspired Living at Bay Creek
      Inspired Living at Bay Creek Explore the Southern Living lifestyle at Bay Creek.Located on 1,729 gorgeous acres at the southwestern tip of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, Bay Creek is a unique community - the perfect blend of beautiful h…
      - 16 days ago 11 Aug 16, 8:56pm -
    • 10 Commandments of Southern Entertaining

      - 16 days ago 11 Aug 16, 8:30pm -
    • Flowers for the Month You Were Born
      Flowers for the Month You Were Born Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you?Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and bi…
      - 16 days ago 11 Aug 16, 5:14pm -

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      Wall Street Journal

      • Japan's 'Haunted' Houses Mapped
        Wherever houses are haunted by misfortune, Teru Oshima wants to hear about it. He built one of Japan’s most popular real-estate websites by mapping properties with histories of ghastly events.
        - 28 Nov 14, 7:35am -
      • Simon, With Klépierre Deal, Expands Reach in Europe
        David Simon's plan to build a retail real-estate empire in Europe similar to the one his family built in the U.S. took a big step with the planned merger between France's Klépierre and Dutch rival Corio.
        - 27 Aug 14, 6:32am -
      • Bedrooms Are Replacing Cubicles
        Rents for residential units are rising amid sluggish demand for office space, flipping the traditional economic relationship between residential and commercial real estate.
        - 16 May 14, 9:12pm -
      • China Central Bank to Step Up Monitoring of Loan Default Risks
        China's central bank said it would strengthen its monitoring of default risk from loans to the property sector, local government financing companies and industries struggling with overcapacity.
        - 7 May 14, 4:12am -
      • Blackstone Seeks to Sell La Quinta
        Blackstone Group is preparing to sell its La Quinta hotel chain, valuing the limited-service hotel operator at about $4.5 billion, including debt.
        - 21 Sep 13, 2:59pm -
      • Park Slope Mansion: Never a House Divided
        A Montessori school that made its home in a 50-foot-wide stone palace since 1970 has closed, making way for what could be the most expensive private mansion ever sold, not only in Park Slope but in all of Brooklyn.
        - 14 Nov 12, 2:43am -
      • In Marine Park, Lending a Hand Is Routine
        Marine Park, a solidly middle-class enclave of attached and detached single-family homes, is the kind of place where neighbors check in on neighbors, some of whom have known each other's families for generations.
        - 3 Nov 12, 4:14am -
      • Remsen Street Townhouse Uses New Stoop to Conquer
        For homeowners Stephen Olsen and Cristina Delgado, the history of 42 Remsen St. in Brooklyn Heights has been like a picture puzzle that they have tried to piece together over time.
        - 18 Oct 12, 5:52pm -
      • Cape Cod Estate of Former Toy Executive Hits the Auction Block
        A Cape Cod estate previously listed for $12.5 million hits the auction block; in Dallas, a Mount Vernon replica formerly owned by oil tycoon H.L. Hunt lists for $24.9 million; a large Texas ranch formerly asking $44 million goes up for auction.
        - 15 Oct 12, 3:47pm -
      • Silicon Valley Versailles
        This French-château-style house, with a marble entrance, two greenhouses and a gold-leaf ceiling in the ballroom, sits in California's high-tech capital.
        - 28 Sep 12, 4:26am -
      • Italian Villa-Style Home in Los Angeles Lists For $30 Million
        An Italian villa-style home in Los Angeles lists for $30 million; a Nevada ranch goes on the market for $29.6 million; a Sydney waterfront estate asks $57.4 million.
        - 28 Sep 12, 3:30am -
      • Sticking Out in St. Croix
        This V-shaped, roughly 6,500-square-foot home in the U.S. Virgin Islands is just a stone's throw from the beach.
        - 25 Sep 12, 2:45am -
      • Chelsea Townhouse
        This four-bedroom, six-story house with elevator is one of three newly-built family-sized townhouses on a quiet residential street in London's Chelsea neighborhood.
        - 24 Sep 12, 2:24pm -
      • A Mansion Revived in Westchester
        Built in the early 1900s, this 21,000-square-foot estate in Westchester County was painstakingly renovated to both restore and revive the original spirit of the home.
        - 24 Sep 12, 1:45pm -
      • Beachfront in China's Hawaii
        This contemporary home with views of the South China Sea is located on Hainan Island, which local residents call China's Hawaii.
        - 24 Sep 12, 4:16am -
      • 'Real Housewives' Cast Members List Home for $26 Million
        "Real Housewives" cast members list their Beverly Hills home for $26 million; an East Hampton home goes on the market for $25 million; late philanthropists' home in San Francisco goes into contract.
        - 21 Sep 12, 6:16pm -
      • A Private Sydney Harbor
        This property is owned by one of Australia's leading philanthropists. It includes a boat pen for a 100-foot-long vessel, three slipways and a fully equipped workshop with 1,055-gallon diesel and gas tanks for refueling boats.
        - 21 Sep 12, 4:40am -
      • Pulling Out All the Stops in Washington
        A 17,000-square-foot home on the Puget Sound was custom built to house a 1920s-era theater organ with more than 3,000 pipes.
        - 21 Sep 12, 1:51am -
      • Miami Home Raises Its Asking Price
        A Miami home raises its asking price by 28% to $40 million; a Montana ranch owned by Brock Candy heir asks $9.5 million; actress Marsha Mason asks more for a New Mexico farm.
        - 20 Sep 12, 6:43pm -
      • Stockholm Living History
        Located in Old Town, this 1,260-square-foot apartment is in a 17th-century house with medieval foundations.
        - 20 Sep 12, 6:43pm -

      Dave Ramsey

      • Investment Calculator
        Find out when you'll become a millionaire! See how much your investment will be worth in the coming years. Use Dave's Investment Calculator!
        - 4 Apr 16, 6:04am -
      • Grow A Generation That Gives
        We know it's key for couples to talk about—and agree on—money. But what about the kids? Read More.
        - 21 Oct 14, 6:10am -
      • 4 Tips for Getting Out of Debt
        Nothing that's worthwhile is easy. That's why getting out of debt will take a lot of time and effort. But guess what? It's completely worth it.
        - 15 May 14, 6:05am -
      • Term Life Insurance Calculator

        - 17 Mar 14, 6:03am -
      • The Importance of Declaring Taxes
        In the United States, every April 15 serves as the deadline for filing last year's income. In other words, you're saying to the government, "I earned this much last year."
        - 7 Mar 14, 6:03am -
      • Reclaim the Meaning of Stewardship
        When most people hear the word "stewardship," they grab a wallet or purse, either to open it or to get a firmer grip. How do we begin to reclaim a word that's so widely misunderstood? Read More.
        - 27 Nov 13, 6:11am -
      • 5 Steps to a Successful Stewardship Ministry
        What does it take to develop and maintain a successful stewardship ministry? Read More.
        - 26 Nov 13, 6:11am -
      • A Call to Stewardship
        The solution is to teach true, biblical stewardship—to change not just people's behavior but also their hearts through the power of Scripture. Read More.
        - 25 Nov 13, 6:11am -
      • Never Losing Focus
        When EntreLeaders Erik Regan and Bill Kenney decided to open Focus Lab in Savannah, Georgia, they made a vow their company would never be ordinary. Today, just three years later, the pair can say business at their web development, branding and design…
        - 5 Sep 13, 6:09am -
      • Coach's Corner
        There is something compelling about John Felkins, our Director of EntreLeadership Coaching and Community. He truly loves helping small business owners and leaders succeed. And he works with many of them every day, both in person and online.
        - 19 Aug 13, 6:08am -
      • If I Had Known Then...
        We recently asked EntreLeadership Master Series alumni this question: If you had to do it all over again, what would you change? Here's their advice to you.
        - 26 Jul 13, 6:07am -
      • 15 Leadership Lessons From Nelson Mandela
        Last week, former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Nelson Mandela celebrated his 95th birthday. To celebrate his legacy to the world, we're listing some of our favorite Mandela quotes on leadership and courage.
        - 23 Jul 13, 6:07am -
      • Meet the EntreLeadership Podcast's New Host
        Last month, Dave introduced our EntreLeadership Podcast listeners to the show's new host, Chris Hogan. We would like to do the same for our newsletter readers by sharing a bit more information about one of our favorite team members.
        - 10 Jul 13, 6:07am -
      • How to Become a Legend
        This patriot was much more than the guy who warned everyone the British were coming. Revere was a crazy good business man. In fact, one of his companies—Revere Copper Products—still exists today. So how was he able to succeed against all odds?
        - 2 Jul 13, 6:07am -
      • The Balancing Act
        As a small business owner, is your company your biggest passion, making it really tempting to work nearly around the clock and let everything else in your life slide? If you answered yes, you're not alone. Trying to maintain a work-life balance can b…
        - 24 Jun 13, 6:06am -
      • EntreLeader Spotlight: Josie Lightfoot
        Josie Lightfoot is the founder and CEO of New Dimensions Home Healthcare Plus in Texas. Find out how this dynamic EntreLeader fights tough times, keeps her competitive edge and inspires others.
        - 6 Jun 13, 6:06am -
      • Tax Tip: Social Security and the Option to Opt Out
        Fortunately, as a pastor, you are in a unique situation to avoid the pitfall known as Social Security altogether if you have a conscientious objection to participating in this government benefits plan. This is where things get a little tricky. Read b…
        - 5 Jun 13, 6:06am -
      • The Cream of the Crop
        It's no secret that independent drug stores across the country are closing every day. But in Beaver Dam, Kentucky, Rice's Pharmacy is not just prospering—it's attracting team members from thousands of miles away to this small town of just 3,000. So…
        - 30 May 13, 6:05am -
      • 6 Ways to Build a Company That Cares
        How do you create this kind of culture, especially if you've already been in business for a number of years and have gone down the traditional business-as-usual route? Here are some ideas.
        - 2 Apr 13, 6:04am -
      • EntreLeader Spotlight: Joel Denny
        "Persistence pays off. Sometimes we have to make ourselves do things we're not comfortable doing to overcome an obstacle," said EntreLeader Joel Denny. He shares more of his leadership advice from the trenches.
        - 29 Mar 13, 6:03am -

      The Economist

      • Clinton says Trump has based his campaign on prejudice and paranoia
        TWENTY years ago when Bob Dole accepted the Republican presidential nomination: “He pointed to the exits and told any racists in the party to get out,” Hillary Clinton recalled approvingly on August 25th, as she neared the end of a speech that—…
        - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 9:44pm -
      • Wage war
        ILLEGAL immigration from Mexico is not quite a century old. A law of 1917 was the first to regulate the southern border. Stricter controls gradually followed all through the 20th century, often during the low points of a recurring cycle of sentiment…
        - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 2:47pm -
      • Clinton Republicans
        HILLARY CLINTON’S campaign has a new TV ad suggesting that Donald Trump’s ego is too large and his head too hot to entrust him with nuclear codes. The ad—which ends with the whistle of a falling bomb, roaring jet engines and a doomy sounding na…
        - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 2:47pm -
      • Why the e-mail scandal will continue to overshadow Clinton’s campaign
        HILLARY CLINTON has been on a high since the party conventions in July. While Donald Trump continued the slump that began at his own shambolic convention, the Democratic nominee has risen to the top of almost every national and swing-state poll. But…
        - 2 days ago 25 Aug 16, 12:31pm -
      • How Zika could spark a new abortion debate
        ZIKA, the mosquito-borne virus that can cause devastating birth defects in developing foetuses, continues its spread from Latin America to points north. The virus is prompting official warnings regarding foreign and, now, domestic travel. “Pregnant…
        - 3 days ago 24 Aug 16, 8:16pm -
      • Down in the valley, up on the ridge
        HEAD into Sneedville from the Clinch river, turn left at the courthouse and crawl up Newman’s Ridge. Do not be distracted by the driveways meandering into the woods, the views across the Appalachians or the shadows of the birds of prey; heed the wa…
        - 3 days ago 24 Aug 16, 2:43pm -
      • Growing farmers
        The tropics, when under plasticALASKA’S state fair, which runs until September 5th, began as a celebration among residents of the Matanuska Colony, a New Deal scheme under which 200 down-and-out midwestern farm families were moved to Alaska to see…
        - 3 days ago 24 Aug 16, 8:33am -
      • Islamophobia in the age of Trump
        “IF YOU cuss,” said the chairman of Newton County’s commissioners at the beginning of a public meeting on August 22nd, “I’m going to ask you to go home.” In the event, many of the contributions were graciously hedged with Southern manners…
        - 4 days ago 23 Aug 16, 8:34pm -
      • Most of Louisiana’s flood victims lack insurance
        SOUTH Louisiana is pretty well inured to catastrophe. But the still-unfolding disaster that is being dubbed the Great Flood of 2016 came as a particular shock, arriving as it did without a name (unlike a hurricane or a tropical storm) and without th…
        - 5 days ago 22 Aug 16, 8:30pm -
      • Something in his whiskey
        ON A recent night at the “Grand Ole Opry”, a live radio show that is a country-music institution, the songs’ themes were familiar and unabrasive: homesick wayfarers, smoochy asseverations of love and the virtues of the simple life, God and corn…
        - 9 days ago 18 Aug 16, 2:49pm -
      • No money no love
        DANIELLE HUGHES wanted to graduate from high school. But after gangsters shot up her family home in New York, her mother ordered her to grab her baby son and flee. Now living with relatives in Baltimore, the 21-year-old single mother has no qualifica…
        - 9 days ago 18 Aug 16, 2:49pm -
      • George Washington’s bus
        IN PARTS of New York city, if you know what to look for, you will find a vast and quasi-legal transport network operating in plain sight. It is made up of “dollar vans”, private 15-passenger vehicles that serve neighbourhoods lacking robust publi…
        - 10 days ago 17 Aug 16, 7:21am -


      Huffington Post US

      • newMy Mother's Dog Speaks The Truth
        I don't speak Canine. But apparently my 91-year-old mother does. She is closer to her yapping beagle, Chipper, than anyone in the world. She walks him twice a day, cuddles with him on her couch, feeds him from the dinner table and worries about him c…
        - 1 hour ago 27 Aug 16, 12:04pm -
      • newWhat Women Should No Longer Wear After Age 50
        There's a lot of ink these days in the blogosphere about how older women should be able to "wear whatever the f--- they want." Well, of course, I applaud the sentiment and the theory. But in practice, for me at least, there are some things in my clos…
        - 1 hour ago 27 Aug 16, 12:01pm -
      • newGhassan's Prediction and the Emerging New Palestinian Reality
        During the past year, I've had the pleasure of receiving visits from Ayman Odeh, Ahmad Tibi, and most recently Basel Ghattas--as they passed through Washington. All are Palestinian citizens of Israel. And all are Members of the Israeli Knesset, part…
        - 2 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 11:18am -
      • new10 Speedy Back-to-School Suppers
        The whirlwind of carpools, practices and homework is underway. But you don't have to resort to frozen pizza and cereal for dinner now that school is back in session. From Easy Chicken Curry to Grilled Turkey Burgers, all of these family-friendly meal…
        - 2 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 10:54am -
      • newPolice Arrest Mississippi Man Over Stabbing Death Of 2 Nuns
        (Reuters) - A Mississippi man has been arrested in the stabbing death of two Catholic nuns at their home earlier this week, police said on Friday.Rodney Earl Sanders, 46, faces two counts of capital murder in the death of two nuns in Durant, the Miss…
        - 3 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 10:44am -
      • newAt Least 16 Dead After Fire Breaks Out In Moscow Printing Works
        MOSCOW (Reuters) - A fire in a warehouse at a Moscow printing works killed at least 16 people on Saturday morning, an Emergencies Ministry official told Rossiya-24 TV station.“Sixteen bodies were found in a room, four injured were brought to hospit…
        - 3 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 10:34am -
      • newStephen Colbert Breaks Down Exactly Why Gandalf Doesn't Do Weddings
        Stephen Colbert channeled his inner Sauron to explain exactly why Gandalf doesn’t officiate weddings.“The Late Show” host and “Lord of the Rings” superfan broke it down after it emerged English actor Sir Ian McKellen, who played the chara…
        - 3 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 10:13am -
      • newRevenge Of The Pokemon: Pikachu Fights Back In Gripping New CGI Video
        Pikachu turns the tables on a “Pokemon Go” player in an intense GGI video that’s going viral.The creature escapes from its captor’s smartphone to flip the script and exact a brutal revenge in 18-year-old Los Angeles-based filmmaker Joe Muraya…
        - 5 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 8:28am -
      • newAdorable Little Girl Sings Cutest Version Of The Alphabet Song Ever
        A B C D E F G, come and sing along with Violet Ogea!Video showing the adorable 2-year-old from Shreveport, Louisiana, belting out the alphabet song is quickly going viral.Her mom, Christina Ogea, posted the mesmerizing clip to Facebook on Thursday a…
        - 6 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 7:19am -
      • newHer Modern Family: Four Moms, Four Refugee Kids And Plenty More
        Spontaneous applause broke out among the 800-plus congregants when Diana Eck, a scholar of South Asian religions, married her partner, Dorothy Austin, an Episcopalian priest. The two had met 28 years earlier in graduate school and were wed on Indepen…
        - 9 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 4:37am -
      • newDonald Trump's Black Voter Delusion
        Michael K. Fauntroy is associate professor of political science at Howard University and the author of the book Republicans and the Black Vote. His next book, More than Just Partisanship: Conservatism and Black Voter Suppression will be published nex…
        - 10 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 3:42am -
      • newThe Real Story Behind the Goldwater Rule
        "The Presidency should not be used as a platform for proving one's manhood . . .""Inwardly he is a frightened person who sees himself as weak and threatened by strong virile power around him . . .""Since his nomination I find myself increasingly th…
        - 10 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 3:13am -
      • new#AlohaHuffPost Roundup: From Dawn To Dusk In The Islands
        With sandy beaches and mountain peaks galore, Hawaii is the perfect background for the rising and setting sun as it paints the sky with palettes of color. Though they happen every day, a sunrise or sunset is a moment of pure magic. But sometimes, t…
        - 10 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 3:05am -
      • newEqual Doesn't Mean Equal Yet: Women's Equality Day, ERA And The Story of My Life
        My friend Carol Jenkins, a board member of the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition was updating me over lunch about the current attempt to get the ERA into the U.S. Constitution."This is where I came in," I said.The renewed effort, founded in 2014, c…
        - 10 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 2:51am -
      • newThe Key Ingredient To Success -- This Couple Is Proof
        As an unfulfilled lawyer who left a career in law to pursue my true passions, I'm always excited to hear the wild stories of people who have taken a similar, less conventional path: followed their hearts, sought meaning and joy above all else, and ac…
        - 11 hours ago 27 Aug 16, 2:41am -


      Associated Press

      • newKaine's wife, Anne Holton, no stranger to political stage
        GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Anne Holton first stepped into the spotlight in 1970 as a white student enrolling in a predominantly black middle school in Virginia's capital as part of a push for school integration by her father, the state&apos…
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