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After Bernard Del Rey's death, Cancer Society golf outing lives on
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- For many years, Bernard Del Rey of Grymes Hill was passionately involved with the American Cancer Society, even founding the annual Patricia Del Rey Memorial Golf Tournament in ... read more
Vegan launches rant at meat-eating woman for enjoying tofu
College student Anna Del Rey, 17, from Michigan, shared screenshots of the extraordinary ... She was first contacted by the mysterious vegan, whose identity she has protected, after sharing a recipe ... read more
Bachelor Lawsuit Over Spoilers Settled
Producers behind the latest season of The Bachelor have reached a settlement with blogger "Reality" Steve Carbone, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Producers filed a federal lawsuit at the ... read more
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Germany’s anti-immigrant PEGIDA isn’t a Vladimir Putin plot. It’s scarier.
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DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: The wards are full of lives wrecked by the evil drug that is cannabis
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Sanders' Medicare for All Delusion
His plan would provide even more benefits than Canada's. Democrats recently saved their Obamacare from the certain death it faced a few months earlier. The Affordable Care Act, once unpopular, gained ... read more
PBS Ombudsman Responds to "My Fellow Texan"
A few months ago, soon after Moyers returned as a regular to PBS ... Josh Bolten and others — who I’m really impressed about how their faith has informed their lives and made them really better people ... read more
Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?
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