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- Ben Carson: America’s now ‘very much like Nazi Germany’
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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Doc
A physician with a yearslong relationship with the Georgia Department of Corrections has bought a 700-bed former prison for $50,000 - half its appraised value - and stands to make millions running it as a nursing home for old and sick parolees.
State officials' proposal to temporarily house registered sex offenders at a mobile home park in Richmond has sparked a series of meeting around Indiana with local police agencies about the sensitive issue.
Someone needs to tell the creative minds behind the Huvrtech.com website that it isn't nice to tease an entire generation of kids who have wanted to ride a "Back to the Future II" "hoverboard" since 1989.
Officials say 10 inmates have been taken to a hospital - one in critical condition - following a fight at the state prison in Buckeye, west of Phoenix.
Oklahoma has no plans to review its lethal injection protocol even though two inmates executed this month complained as the drugs began to flow through their bodies.
Bradley Beal said he doesn't have any soreness in his right leg but he will still be held to 28-30 minutes per game for a few more weeks until he gets clearance to play more.
If you want to find beauty and meaning in life, it's probably a good idea to stop looking for it in your mirror.
Watching "Stand Up Guys" feels akin to seeing an old, favorite rock band getting back together for one last gig after decades apart. They're not as energetic as they once were, their vocals aren't as powerful, but an obvious camaraderie still exists as well as a touch of rebellion.
At 72, Al Pacino may be gray-haired and a little worn, but he remains, like a dancer, always on his toes, and still enamored of the "crazy, crazy, crazy thing" that is acting.
Al Pacino, energized by a conversation that has inevitably turned to the intricacies of acting, is snapping his fingers.
A pig-tailed girl whose favorite accessory is a pink stethoscope has become a symbol of pride and hope for black women in medicine and the daughters they want to inspire.