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Pardon Me?

20Nov

Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, August 2016 The issue of whether Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information during her tenure as Secretary of State was a recurring theme in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election

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Last season the University of Oregon won the Pac-12 title and earned a No.1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Ducks reached the Elite 8, defeating Duke in the regional semifinals and losing to Oklahoma and Buddy Hield in the regional finals

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Donald Trump delivers his victory speech on November 9, 2016 Donald J. Trump is the president elect.

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A U.S. appeals court on Friday put a restrictive Republican-backed Arizona ballot-collection law on hold until after Tuesday’s election, handing Democrats a victory in an intensifying state-by-state legal battle over access to the polls. Arizona’s legislature earlier this year passed the law prohibiting advocacy groups from collecting completed early ballots from voters and delivering them to election offices as part of get-out-the-vote efforts

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In the realm of animal protection, the chickens that we eat, known as broilers, have been the proverbial elephant in the room. Their numbers are almost inconceivably vast. Roughly 9 billion chickens are slaughtered every year in the United States, making up well over 90 percent of the land animals killed for food .

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PHOENIX, Oct 29 – Sensing a potential turning point, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump mounted a furious effort on Saturday to portray Democrat Hillary Clinton as unfit to lead the country after the latest chapter in her email controversy unfolded as he tries to mount a comeback. With the Nov.

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Authorities in Philadelphia will station prosecutors throughout the city on election day to respond to any reports of voter intimidation or other illegal activity after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump claimed that polling might be “rigged” in this mostly minority city. Philadelphia is one of many U.S

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Draper Alumbaugh focused on the big picture when he learned that his job could be going to Mexico soon. “It’s pretty simple what these corporate people want,” he said in a video posted last week by Indiana news station RTV6 .

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When two dogs lovers get hitched, it looks a little something like this: On Saturday, bride Kathryn Dombrowski, who volunteers at animal rescue Secondhand Hounds , married Brad Ziemer at Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Instead of having their wedding party hold floral bouquets for the professional group photos, they asked them to hold pit bull rescue puppies to spread awareness for the “adopt don’t shop” movement ― much like a bridal party in Pennsylvania did last month.  Dombrowski told The Huffington Post that she and Ziemer managed to keep the 13 dogs a surprise from their parents, bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girl and ring bearer. “They all thought we were heading outside to take pictures and to their surprise and delight, there were pit bull puppies!” she said

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Change The Conversation

10Oct

There’s this thing in nature where animals, deer, ducks, and others, shake after a stressful encounter, relieving the tension that forms during a fight. Last night after watching the debates, I shook. There’s a baby in my house now, and she cried, unusually distraught

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Donald Trump tried almost every strategy possible over the past two weeks to spin his deportation positions.

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It’s possible your favorite candies may never be the same.  Mars, Inc. recently announced it would be removing artificial colors from all of its food products “as part of a commitment to meet evolving consumer preferences.”  More than 50 products will be effected, including M&Ms, Skittles, Starburst, Wrigley’s Gum and Snickers.  Mars joins dozens of other companies that’ve pledged to remove artificial colors from their products in recent years. While there is no evidence that artificial colors pose risk to human health, natural ingredients have grown in importance to consumers.  If you’re upset by the possibility of your favorite M&M’s colors changing slightly, there’s no need to begin hoarding them now: According to a company press release, the change will take up to five years

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A man from Tennessee who has the words “psycho” tattooed on his forehead and “nazi” inked on his throat is accused of stabbing another man in the stomach.

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America Does Not Have Enough Volunteers

01Feb

Unlike the 141 billionaires who have pledged to give away at least half of their wealth to charity through the “Giving Pledge,” an effort started by philanthropists Warren Buffet and Bill and Melinda Gates, most of us don’t have the big extra dollars to help out our favorite charities. So the vast majority of Americans need to help by volunteering their services instead. According to the Corporation for National Community Service , 25.3 percent of Americans volunteer, which is 62.8 million volunteers

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Whether you chose to gather your team on a weekly or monthly basis, make sure everybody walks away feeling recharged and with a game plan. Here’s how 12 entrepreneurs make run-of-the-mill staff meetings worthwhile. A.

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LOVE MAKER — Ep.32

21Ene

Updated every Wednesday Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms

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IMPULSE — Ep.17

21Ene

Updated every Thursday Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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CBS is selling a 30-second spot during the 2016 Super Bowl for $5 million – 11% higher than NBC charged for half a minute during the 2015 Super Bowl. How is the network able to charge so much

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Basic Wage, Basic Rights

20Ene

This last Monday, on Martin Luther King holiday, Oxfam released its annual report on inequality. The report found that the world’s 62 richest people now own as much wealth as the “the bottom half of humanity,” — some 3.6 billion people

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Sometime during the next few months, the US Supreme Court will issue a decision that could profoundly weaken public employee unions across the country. By all accounts, the justices — in the oral argument in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association — signaled that they are poised to rule that workers’ payment of dues to public sector unions must be voluntary

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Ted Cruz’s wife is a managing director of Goldman Sachs and the firm loaned Cruz money for his Senate campaign. Hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer has donated millions to his super PAC

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Looks

20Ene

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A member came to our credit union with no job and very poor credit. At the time, her parents’ credit was also deteriorating because they cosigned her student loan. We had a very straightforward conversation with her and pointed her toward seeking a job in her career, which she found and with wonderful benefits.

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One year ago, today my wonderful father, Martin Sydney Greene, passed away, 8 days before his 87th birthday.. But what happened over the next few days would confirm to me that, indeed, neither my beloved father, or anyone, ever really dies, or goes away

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Baby Boomers Feel the Bern

20Ene

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has attracted an enormous following of millennials – the diverse group of millennials who sat on stage behind Sanders at his town meeting in Carroll, Iowa on Tuesday showed as much. But surprisingly, the audience facing Sanders at noon Tuesday was mainly made up of older generations. Sanders is currently polling 2-1 with millennials against democratic opponent Hilary Clinton, according to an NBC poll

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The news industry today is all about experimentation. In the face of great change and opportunity, news outlets are constantly developing fresh strategies, offerings and partnerships to further engage with audiences, communities and advertisers.

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The Four Pillars of Longevity and Well-Being

19Ene

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition When I began my undergraduate years at the University of California-Berkeley, I chose cellular biology as my premed major.

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We’re all a little social media obsessed. But for some entrepreneurial It-Girls, tweeting, posting, ‘gramming, and snapping became more than a hobby.

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Thanks to Adrian, my new trainer at Equinox, I couldn’t walk today, which is why I’m writing you from my bathtub. I’m sure you would laugh if you could see me — with a rose petal face mask on, skidding around as if I was ice-skating on my rear end.

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The Clintons have no shame, that much you can count on. That stupefying arrogance was on full display in the most recent presidential campaign debate when Hillary Clinton countered Bernie Sanders’ charge that she was compromised by her close ties to Goldman Sachs and other rapacious Wall Street interests with the retort: “Sen.

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So Many Men, So Little Time

19Ene

When they were little and our universe was much smaller… If I could go back and bottle the sweet years when my boys adored me when I was “mommy” or their “girlfriend,” when they told dad that they were going to marry me, and I laughed, but my heart skipped a beat– I’d fill that bottle and store it somewhere safe

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It seems like I’ve been exhausted for 20 years.

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High50 ‘s dating columnist Louisa Whitehead-Payne and her new boyfriend have now been dating just under three months.

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How to Finish What You Started

19Ene

I wish I could say I completed everything I set out to do in 2015. One of the things we tend to do when we don’t feel as far along as we should is be too hard on ourselves

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It’s often said that Buddhism is built on two core principles – wisdom and compassion. On intensive meditation retreats, I spend most of my time engaged in wisdom-based practice, with mindfulness at the root. But it is metta , the Pali term for loving-kindness, that imbues the long, silent days with a fundamental heartfulness.

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The Record Business 1965-2015

19Ene

Growing up in the sixties and seventies music was everywhere, it was all we talked about. It was the invitation; want to come over and listen to the new Creedence Record? Meet me at the record store?

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Tea Party congressman Jeff Duncan (R-SC 3) told me he wants to roll back the Clean Air and Water Acts and shrink the EPA. Find out the other agencies he wants to eliminate… Myrtle Beach: South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention Sunday, Jan

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Call to Action: Appreciate Your Partner!

18Ene

In relationships, the tendency to criticize and search for shortcomings in our partner can often supersede all other thought processes. Unfortunate, really. Or…

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Giving Advice to a Presidential Candidate Who Wants to “Do Something” Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com How can we stop the Islamic State? Imagine yourself shaken awake, rushed off to a strategy meeting with your presidential candidate of choice, and told: “Come up with a plan for me to do something about ISIS!” What would you say

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Why You Should Care About the Australian Open

18Ene

The Australian Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. It’s ok, you’ve probably watched as many Aussie Open tennis matches as you have Home Alone movies without Macaulay Culkin. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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As the nation celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., it is an opportunity to also reflect on the broader impact of his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963, which remains one of our nation’s most influential rallying cries for society to embrace diversity and seek equality. Bayard Rustin, one of Dr

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Poor Mrs. Hughes. Just when it looked like she’d won her Hundred Years War not to have her wedding overshadowed by the Crawley family, she got upstaged anyhow

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The LGBT civil rights movement has evolved admirably over the past few years to become more inclusive, working against institutional bigotry of all kinds, and grappling with the intersectionalities that exist within all of us. Those multiple identities impact not only how we think of ourselves, but more notably, what others think of us. Unfortunately, some of that progress has empowered the more radical amongst us to act in a brazen, autocratic manner.

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LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green Shrum-Cooke debate the sharp political contrasts of Oscar Week: Obama is Jimmy Stewart at the end of It’s a Great Life while Republicans see only the despotic villain in Fury Road.

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SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE TWO OR THREE PEOPLE WHO HAVEN’T SEEN IT : The Force Awakens is a brilliantly manipulative piece of film-making meant to reel in everyone who loved the first three Lucas films and rightly despised the next trio. And make them bring their kids, too

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Katherine, pointing, carrying a child as she leads them from the shore to the camp. My Australian friend Katherine posted on her Facebook page…

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A Riddle Just For Those Over 50

17Ene

You’re walking down the street doing what you normally do — running an errand, buying groceries — when you stop spellbound in your tracks. You’ve seen something startling. It’s in the store window staring back at you and it’s not a mannequin

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Iranian leaders have long been yearning for this implementation day. The country’s dream, the lifting of economic sanctions, has come true after almost 20 years

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Amidst the increased attention on the subject of racial justice this past year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an opportunity to reflect on our progress with civil rights in this country – and consider how far we have yet to go.

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How to Be Calm Under Pressure

16Ene

Most of us have experienced that sickening moment when you realize you’ve made a serious mistake. Perhaps it was a typo that threw off a financial forecast, or maybe you forgot to reserve a venue for an important meeting that’s scheduled for the following day. The details are different for everybody, but at some point, we’ve all felt that rising tide of dread and panic.

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7 Things to Do if You Win the Powerball

16Ene

The jackpot of the Powerball for Wednesday January 13th 2016 hit a historical record of $1.6 BILLION … Isn’t that crazy? What would you do with so much money

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When I tell people I’m a food and body image coach who helps women find peace, sanity and freedom around food, I get asked a lot of questions about how to eat without feeling “crazy” around food: Is it possible to eat what you want and not put on weight? How do I eat cake and not feel guilty?

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While principal organizers of the upcoming Royal Society meeting on a paradigm shift to a more sublime evolutionary synthesis are mum about exactly who’s invited to speak, I’ve compiled a list of likely presenters — which follows — based on a range of sources. The meeting scheduled for November 7-9 is a public one, co-sponsored by the British Academy for the humanities and social sciences. Prime movers of the event are: Oxford physiologist and Royal Society Fellow, Denis Noble — who has already made his case on this page for replacing the modern synthesis; Sir Patrick Bateson , FRS, who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2003 for his service to biology and currently serves as president of the Zoological Society of London; Nancy Cartwright, Lady Hampshire , a University of Durham/University of California-San Diego philosopher of science and Fellow of the British Academy; John Dupré , a philosopher of biology at the University of Exeter whose interest is in the “processes of life” and their relevance to society; and Kevin Laland , whose research focus at the University of St.

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The Right Road For A Better Future In Aging

16Ene

It’s become common knowledge that populations are rapidly aging across the world. Increasing longevity during the last century has contributed to unprecedented global economic growth–and new opportunities for personal fulfillment that previous generations could only dream of. A result of advances in medicine, sanitation, and safety, the longevity dividend may, in fact, be the most extraordinary accomplishment in human history.

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12 Great Reasons to Study Abroad

16Ene

Insights into the advantages of studying abroad from the College Tourist Spring Team 1. Roslyn Kent – University of Calgary Studying abroad means that you can learn how to integrate yourself into a new city, environment and even culture

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Disrupting Alzheimer’s And Us

16Ene

The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, and tens of thousands have gathered to gawk at the latest gadgets and speculate about the wild possibilities of futuristic technologies.

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Not everyone associated with Fox’s American Idol agrees it’s time for the show to be sent home. The most popular and influential unscripted television show of the 21st century just launched its 15th season, which will be the last

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Having come of age during the Clinton era, I always had a soft spot for Chelsea Clinton. She wasn’t much younger than I was, so to watch her receive heartless slights and vicious criticisms about her appearance and pubescent awkwardness always hit home. Even though I didn’t have a father who was the leader of the free world, I could viscerally relate to Chelsea’s desire to be left alone

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Confederate Socialists of America

15Ene

As of the writing of this column, people are making comparisons of the Oregon Wildlife Refuge occupiers and those who fired on Ft.

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These Ads Ram Themselves Down Your Throat

15Ene

Are you thrilled that you can skip over TV ads with your DVR and squelch online ads with an ad-blocker? Don’t get too cocky! As you read this, advertisers are striking back all over the place with in-your-face ads that you literally can’t avoid because — as they boast on Madison Avenue — you’re captive . That’s right: Outside your home, there are still ads that you must watch whether you like it or not.

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In Defense of Working Out While High

15Ene

(Photo: Mauro Grigollo/Getty Images) By Allison P. Davis This October, a study suggested that “runner’s high” was real . We’re not talking about an endorphin rush or a school-counselor-approved “high on life” situation, but an actual high, akin to smoking weed.

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Once upon a time, the white working class was the colossus of U.S. politics.

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The Tesla Way

14Ene

My husband Rod and I are electric car aficionados, for all the obvious environmental reasons.

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A Chat with German di Cesare of Trivento

14Ene

German di Cesare wants you to know that there is strength in unity. That even among rivals, there can be cooperation.

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The Intended Consequences of Paid Leave

14Ene

It’s as predictable as the terrible twos: Any time groups try to pass a progressive workplace policy, opponents warn of the unintended consequences to jobs and businesses. That has certainly been the case with proposals to establish a family and medical leave insurance fund. The facts say otherwise: A growing body of evidence shows that such a policy does not unintentionally harm businesses or jobs or profitability or the economy.

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By Judith E. Glaser and Sudip Samaddar Anybody who has ever practiced cold calls knows what resistance and avoidance mean and how they feel.

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LOVE MAKER — Ep.31

14Ene

Updated every Wednesday Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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2016, The Year of Connected Disconnect

14Ene

By Corbin Brown, Senior Strategist, Giant Spoon Over the past several years, CES has ushered in an awakening of the everyday objects that surround us.

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5 Top Cruising Tips for Seniors

14Ene

Rennett Stowe/ Flickr It’s no secret that cruises appeal to retirees. In fact, some travelers still subscribe to the notion that vacations at sea are exclusively for the “newlywed and nearly dead.” While that characterization may have been true a decade ago, today’s cruise lines attract just about every type of traveler and appeal to various interests. Whether you want to sail solo, with several generations of family members or even with Kid Rock fans, there’s a cruise for you

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What Would David Bowie Do?

13Ene

David Bowie gave his life to art. The man stood for something

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TOP STORIES A STATE OF THE UNION FOCUSED ON KEEPING THE COUNTRY UNIFIED “President Barack Obama put the American people on notice Tuesday night that a dark future awaited American democracy if its citizens didn’t begin to come together rather than retreat into ethnic or religious corners.” Check out the top moments from the State of the Union, as well as the full text of Obama’s speech . Plus here’s how Obama , and the Republican Party , took aim at Donald Trump last night.

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Jain Food Struggles in America

13Ene

As the New Year begins, people start making New Year’s Resolutions. These resolutions are mostly about getting in shape and eating right. For me, and my fellow Jains in the world, we usually don’t have a problem with eating well, we just have a problem with food, in general

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The Law of Unintended Consequences

13Ene

I have to laugh as the Republican Party deals with the “birther” issue of Senator Ted Cruz. There is nothing more amusing than seeing Republicans hoisted by their own petard, or simply put, being hobbled by tactics they developed

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LAS VEGAS — In the last few years, advertisers have become accustomed to finely targeting web and email marketing for distinct consumers.

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LAS VEGAS — These days, the Consumer Electronics Show is about more than just electronics. Marketers and ad agencies also flocked to Vegas to find out about new opportunities to reach consumers

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LAS VEGAS — VideoAmp is a relatively new player to the burgeoning landscape of cross-screen video ad technology vendors. At least, it may look like that from the outside.

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Incoming Kentucky Governor, Matt Bevin, set to work quickly. Through a series of executive orders, Bevin ensured that thousands of poor and minority individuals would not vote this year or potentially ever

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