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You'll Soon Be Able to Identify Women-Founded Companies at a Glance
The symbol denotes a female-founded company, and by displaying ... and then once people begin to recognize and identify the symbol, we'll be coming back with programming to help new businesses get sta... read more
A Year on Craigslist: A Forty-four Year Old's Search for a Steady Job (Part 2)
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New clues cast doubt on 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife'
Both the material and the script looked authentically ancient at first glance, and though the notion of Jesus having ... Once we discovered how to identify ancient ink by its chemical composition, for... read more
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Disability pension: When will we get a minister who chooses reality over fear tactics?
The idea that DSP numbers or spending are growing out of whack with the population or the economy is fallacious. We need to stop stigmatising people who often lack the political clout to fight back, w... read more
Robbie Postings - August/Sept 2005
Hi Rob I just love your new songs... I think you have developed yourself for every record you have made... I understand why you fancied the production designer on your new video "Tripping".. she was h... read more
Jennifer Hudson goes from size 16 to size 6
You know those Weight Watchers commercials starring Jennifer Hudson, where she talks about winning at weight loss? It looks like the former "American Idol" contestant is far from all talk. Hudson, 28, ... read more
The curse of speaking English
But it is not only binge-drinking ("le binge-drinking") that continental Europeans see as peculiar to the scepter'd isle; anyone who spends time examining international social statistics soon notices ... read more
Lindsay Lohan sues Pitbull over hit song
Lindsay Lohan is suing Pitbull for using her name in his song “Give Me Everything," lawyer Stephanie Ovadia, who also represented Lohan in her lawsuit against E*TRADE, has confirmed to CNN. A line fro... read more