Yvonne Kelsinger (Street Articles Author)
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With Time Drawing Short, The Republican Slate Gets A Major Shakeup Again
The first round of Republican nominations are three months away and a new poll shows a major shake up in the current slate. That slate has changed dramatically with new candidates joining the fray and others dropping out. Sarah Palin teased the idea of a run, even buying a tour…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 13, 2011  
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Yemen Officials Blame A “mistake” for Thirty Deaths
One of Yemen’s warplanes have bombed an army position in the southern province of Abyan, claiming the move was accidental. That blast killed at least thirty Yemeni soldiers and wounded an undisclosed number of others. No further details of how serious their injuries might be was released. The target was…
By:  in  News and Society   Oct 03, 2011  
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It Pays to Have Friends, Especially If You Are Working to Lose Weight
The old theory of watching calories in and calories out is not cutting the mustard any longer. It sounds good on paper and easy enough to work with, but in working practice, it simply does not work. Scientists, working with a group of mice, may have stumbled on how to…
By:  in  News and Society   Sep 27, 2011  
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The Plight Of US Education: Can Obama Do Anything to Help Teachers Keep their Jobs?
President Barack Obama unveiled his jobs creation plan to mostly lackluster response. Included in that plan is his personal mission to help prevent more teacher and school employee layoffs. Across the nation, over 85,000 teachers and ancillary school staff have lost their positions over this past year. Since 2008, there…
By:  in  News and Society   Sep 27, 2011  
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Human Rights Watch Voices Major Concerns About Situation In Libya
Human Rights Watch, the activism group has been monitoring the situation in Libya and is concerned that so called vengeance killings have been taking place on both sides of the on going conflict as the city of Tripoli falls to the rebels. In the Bab al Azizah compound, reportedly one…
By:  in  News and Society   Aug 30, 2011  
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The World is Watching Syria Intently As Pressures Mount
The Syrian government is in the eyes of the world right now, after a bloody weekend. Peaceful protesters and mourners in a number of funerals were shot and attacked by security forces with hundreds killed, even more injured and nearly two hundred arrested or detained. The activist group, Local Coordination…
By:  in  News and Society   Aug 04, 2011  
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Rio’s Brutal Police Force Needs Some Major Changes
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is slated to host the 2016 Olympic Games but there are already problems with the city and a number of people are rallying around the idea of a boycott if there are not major and sweeping changes made to the police force there, arguably one of…
By:  in  News and Society   Jul 27, 2011  
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A Hole In the Heart Of India: Multiple Blasts Kill Nearly Twenty One People
The Indian government are calling the multiple blasts that tore through the country’s business capital, Mumbai, an attack on the heart of India. Three coordinated, separate blasts were detonated remotely, rather than using suicide bombers. Experts are suggesting that the blasts are the work of a lesser, more amateur group…
By:  in  News and Society   Jul 14, 2011  
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The Birth Of A New Nation With A Very Hard Road Ahead Of it
The new country, South Sudan celebrated its first day as a sovereign nation with a parade and jubilation as well as tears for those who died in the civil war leading up to its birth. Some two million people died as the Arab Muslims in the North and the Black…
By:  in  News and Society   Jul 12, 2011  
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Gingrich’s Entire Team Bails Before Hitting the Campaign Trail
Newt Gingrich and his wife, Callista were on a two week vacation to the Greek Isles. Unfortunately, the Republican candidate was supposed to be at a major and very important event, one that was attended by every other presidential candidate. But, that was not the only problem with the Gingrich…
By:  in  News and Society   Jun 10, 2011  
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Run DLL Error at Startup: Ugh, The Computer is Doing it Again!
Tap, tap, tap, clunk, scream! Are those the sounds of you logging on to your computer? Have you considered…
In most diet plans, the advice includes avoiding fast food restaurants as much as possible. The food plans will suggest meals that you can eat, but ve
In most diet plans, the advice includes avoiding fast food restaurants as much as possible. The food…
Physics Homework Solutions-Pulling Out All the Stops for a Good Grade
Everyone has a subject that is threatening to pull down their grade point average. And like it or not,…
It Pays to Have Friends, Especially If You Are Working to Lose Weight
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The Plight Of US Education: Can Obama Do Anything to Help Teachers Keep their Jobs?
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