Saturday, March 31, 2012

Wanted: A bully to end bullying

Wanted: A bully to end bullying

Wanted: A bully to end bullying

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 10:01 AM PDT

Schools worldwide book him to put a stop to bullying. One Minnesota community promised him $20,000 to get him to come to town for two weeks last fall.

Court documents: Blood of Josh Powell's wife found at Utah home

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 04:51 AM PDT

Investigators found the blood of Susan Powell, the mother of two who went missing in 2009, inside the family's Utah home and a handwritten will saying she feared for her life at the hands of her husband, court documents show.

Student with cancer too ill to go with Taylor Swift to awards show

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 07:50 PM PDT

A cancer-stricken New Jersey student asked by superstar singer Taylor Swift to join her at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards is too ill to attend, supporters said.

2 killed, 12 injured in mass shooting during funeral in Miami

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:44 PM PDT

Gunfire rang out outside a Miami funeral home, killing two people and injuring 12 others, police said.

Kansas rallies past Ohio State, will face Kentucky in NCAA title game

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 09:32 PM PDT

The University of Kansas men's basketball team squeaked by Ohio State late Saturday night, setting up an an NCAA tournament championship showdown with top-seeded Kentucky.

'Game of Thrones': Kings will clash in a bloody season 2

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 09:19 AM PDT

Last year, "Game of Thrones" became a breakout hit for HBO, turning George R.R. Martin's fantasy novel into an epic show that pleased diehard fans of the book while pulling in a wider audience with ample servings of sex, violence and intrigue to rival "The Sopranos," "Boardwalk Empire" and "True Blood."

Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin injured

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 05:56 PM PDT

Jeremy Lin, who brought "Linsanity" into the lexicon when he came off the bench and led the New York Knicks to a string of wins, suffered a knee injury and will be out about six weeks, the team said Saturday.

Gay pride groups appear at U.S. military academies

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 03:09 PM PDT

In the six months since the repeal of the U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, many of the most prestigious military institutions in the country are adding a student group to their club rosters that they had never seen before: gay pride groups.


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