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Telford bricklayer who collapsed while walking with friend 'died of natural causes'

A 36-year-old bricklayer who was walking with a friend in Telford collapsed and died two hours later in hospital, an inquest has heard. Richard James Brassington, of Woodside, Telford, collapsed in Wa... read more

Massive interstate bridge collapse in Minnesota

All you do is look at the bridge and say, "looks fine to me," and ignore the hidden problems, hoping that it won't collapse while you are governor. It worked for Arne Carlson, it worked for Jesse Vent... read more

Acceptable Bigotry and Scapegoating of Russia

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Show some respect or walk away

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The Evolving Jesus Story

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Roger Pielke Jr. on FiveThirtyEight and his Climate Critics

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Newt makes his pitch

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A message to the TV industry

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Meet George Allen, the Republican Party's Great White Hope

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Quit Your Bellyachin' About Antiwar Demonstrations

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The two-party duopoly became too clever by half

all part of this sudden flux in Australian politics. "The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity." Pauline Hanson is part of that. What happened? Well, maybe politi... read more

What's wrong with Britain?

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