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Margaret River murder-suicide: Police confirm firearms belonged to grandfather Peter Miles

Three "longarm" firearms licensed to Peter Miles, who was found dead — along with six others — in a suspected murder-suicide near Margaret River ... children's father, he's understandably grieving and ... read more

‘I thought he was dangerous’: Aaron Cockman speaks out on his devastation from the Margaret River massacre

His father-in-law, Peter Miles, had done the unthinkable: murdered his wife, his daughter, his four grandkids, before shooting himself. A tragedy in Western Australia – the tourist town of Margaret Ri... read more

Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers

NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The next year might be a particularly bad one for the nation's largest banks if they don't begin to address their customers' needs more aggressively. The 10 largest banks in t... read more

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Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear fission using thorium is easily within our reach, and, compared with conventional nuclear energy, the risks are considerably lower. Thorium’s Story Ideas for using thorium have been around sin... read more

What We Know About the Oregon Community-College Shooting

A woman is comforted as friends and family wait for students at the local fairgrounds after a shooting at Umpqua Community College. Ten people were killed ... Another witness’s father — his daughter i... read more

Film Review: ‘Divorce Corp.’

Schnider, Michael Newdow, Maureen O’Hagan, Margaret A. Hagen, Joseph Kenan ... of “Divorce Corp.,” a vigorous but clumsily argued expose of the corrupt family-court practices that have turned one of l... read more

What to blame for U.S. economic demise?

Here’s my question to you: What’s to blame for America’s economic demise? Interested to know which ones made it on air? Margaret writes: No one wants to pay a good wage because it cuts into profits. S... read more

Seven’s Dr Blake Mysteries to go ahead without Craig McLachlan

Craig McLachlan has been dropped from Seven’s upcoming Doctor Blake Mysteries series, which is set to go ahead without the lead role of Doctor Lucien Blake. The Herald Sun is reporting that housekeepe... read more

One trillion litres of sewage leaked into Canadian lakes, rivers over last 5 years

The rest is usually the result of problems like power outages, system breakdowns or leaks ... even as the effects of climate change amplify the frequency of extreme rain events -- a phenomenon that ri... read more

Frances R. Barowski

She enjoyed traveling with her family (both here and in Europe), but most of all, just being with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was the wife of the late John S. Barowski, an... read more

My Life as a Carny: The Corn Dog Summer on the Road

Mom and Dad ran into some old friends from Michigan ... We’d make sure the soda was flowing like a river. It would always be a long day, every day. The crowds would show up around 10 am, first couple ... read more

On the Origin of Science Writers

Every now and then, I get an email from someone who’s keen to get into science writing and wants to know how I started. Whenever I reply, and I always try to, I’m always left with the nagging feeling ... read more

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