Monthly Archives: February 2019

15-year-old accused of murdering another teen in Portland motel room | Teens Are Dangerous – Testosterone + Immature Brains & Values

PORTLAND, Ore. – A 15-year-old boy is accused of robbing and killing another teen whose body was found in a Northeast Portland motel room in December 2018. Jeremiah Terrel Hannon is charged with two counts of murder. KATU News is naming … Continue reading

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Arbitrator Says 21st Century Fox Has to Pay Nearly $180 Million to Stars of ‘Bones’

The $179 million sum Licthman reached includes $128 million in punitive damages. He said the sum is “reasonable and necessary to punish Fox for its reprehensible conduct and deter it from future wrongful conduct.” David Boreanaz (pictured above left) and … Continue reading

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Scientists stunned by discovery of ‘semi-identical’ twins 

The team say the boy and girl, now four years old, are the second case of semi-identical twins ever recorded, and the first to be spotted while the mother was pregnant. The situation was a surprise to the researchers. An … Continue reading

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Portland metro Thursday weather: It’s been a cold – almost historically cold February

For the final day of February Portland will see partly cloudy skies, maybe some morning fog and a high temp of only 41 degrees. And the last day of February will be much like all the days of February where … Continue reading

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U.S. economy grew faster than expected in Q4

In the fourth-quarter, U.S. gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 2.6%, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Thursday’s report beat expectations, with consensus economists polled by Bloomberg looking for growth to slow to … Continue reading

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California’s Rendezvous With Reality | Wasting Money, Water and Taxing People Away

California’s 40 million residents depend on less than one-percent of the state’s taxpayers to pay nearly half of the state income tax, which for California’s highest tier of earners tops out at the nation’s highest rate of 13.3 percent. In … Continue reading

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California keeps a secret list of criminal cops, but says you can’t have it | Sanctuary For Crooked Cops? 

T heir crimes ranged from shoplifting to embezzlement to murder. Some of them molested kids and downloaded child pornography. Others beat their wives, girlfriends or children. The one thing they had in common: a badge. Thousands of California law enforcement … Continue reading

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