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Brickbat: Mama Tried

A Greenville County, S.C., sheriff’s deputy accidentally shot the mother of a man she was trying to arrest for shoplifting from a convenience store. Bodycam video shows the deputy, identified by local media as Ashley Cure, confront Sean Theodore Kaiser outside his home. He went into the home and the deputy followed. She tried to…

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The dementia risk you can avoid

Some of the risk factors associated with dementia are within your control — things like how much alcohol you drink and whether you keep your blood pressure under control. A new study has proven that there’s one more dementia risk factor that we have control over and could give us the power to delay or even prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s completely.

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Walmart Apologizes for Cocaine Loving Santa

Russia Banned From All Sports for Doing Russia Stuff Sanofi Buys Cancer Company, Driving 170% Surge in Stock Walmart Apologizes for Cocaine Loving Santa OLT Update: Maduro Isn’t Magoing Anywhere  SPORTS  Russia Banned From All Sports for Doing Russia Stuff Russia has been banned from all sports for the next four years, including the Olympics, […]

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Walmart Apologizes for Cocaine Loving Santa

Russia Banned From All Sports for Doing Russia Stuff Sanofi Buys Cancer Company, Driving 170% Surge in Stock Walmart Apologizes for Cocaine Loving Santa OLT Update: Maduro Isn’t Magoing Anywhere  SPORTS  Russia Banned From All Sports for Doing Russia Stuff Russia has been banned from all sports for the next four years, including the Olympics, […]

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District Court on Sealing Settlement Awards

From Judge Paul A. Engelmayer’s decision two weeks ago in TIG Insurance Co. v. National Union Fire Insurance Co.: Pursuant to [a Reinsurance] Agreement, respondents submitted the dispute to arbitration …. The panel ruled in favor of petitioner and concluded that the disputed policies were outside the scope of the Contract. Petitioner was ordered to…

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