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Stella Parton slams sister Dolly for #MeToo comments: ‘I‘m ashamed of my sister‘

Stella Parton slams sister Dolly for #MeToo comments: ‘I‘m ashamed of my sister‘

By – The Washington Times – Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Singer Stella Parton said she’s “ashamed” of her older sister, , for recent comments that seemingly dismissed concerns about sexual harassment in the country music industry. “I’m ashamed of my sister for keeping her mouth shut,” Stella Parton, 69, said […]

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Zachary Greenberg, 28, pleads not guilty to punching conservative activist at UC Berkeley

Zachary Greenberg, 28, pleads not guilty to punching conservative activist at UC Berkeley

By – The Washington Times – Thursday, March 7, 2019 A man accused of assaulting a conservative activist in an attack that was caught on video at the at Berkeley last month has pleaded not guilty to several felony charges. , a 28-year-old software engineer, entered his plea Wednesday at […]

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The Atlantic compares R. Kelly ‘tantrum‘ to Brett Kavanaugh testimony

The Atlantic compares R. Kelly ‘tantrum‘ to Brett Kavanaugh testimony

By – The Washington Times – Thursday, March 7, 2019 The published an article Wednesday comparing singer ’s “tantrum” this week during an interview with Gayle King to defending himself against sexual assault allegations during his confirmation hearing in October. on Wednesday proclaimed his innocence during a now-viral CBS News […]

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Oregon teacher fired for reportedly telling Hispanic student to ‘go back to Mexico‘

Oregon teacher fired for reportedly telling Hispanic student to ‘go back to Mexico‘

By – The Washington Times – Thursday, March 7, 2019 A substitute teacher has been banned this week from an Oregon school district for reportedly telling a Hispanic elementary school student to “go back to Mexico.” The teacher, who has not been identified, made the offending comment after fifth-grader Steven […]

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Ilhan Omar retweets post slamming Meghan McCain for ‘faux outrage‘ over anti-Semitism

Ilhan Omar retweets post slamming Meghan McCain for ‘faux outrage‘ over anti-Semitism

By – The Washington Times – Friday, March 8, 2019 retweeted a post that slammed late and his daughter, Meghan McCain, after “The View” co-host tearfully condemned the congresswoman’s anti-Israel comments that many deemed anti-Semitic. through tears on Thursday’s show, accused of “dog-whistle” anti-Semitism. “It is very dangerous, very dangerous,” […]

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Hillary Clinton takes aim at ‘bossy‘ in International Women‘s Day tweet: ‘Words matter‘

Hillary Clinton takes aim at ‘bossy‘ in International Women‘s Day tweet: ‘Words matter‘

By – The Washington Times – Friday, March 8, 2019 took aim at the word “bossy” in a Friday tweet celebrating International Women’s Day, arguing that the word reinforces “unconscious gender bias.” “Women aren’t ‘bossy,’” the former secretary of state wrote. “We’re the boss. Words matter, and being aware of […]

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Red, white & blueprint: US biathlon forms plan to close gap

By PAT GRAHAM – Associated Press – Tuesday, March 5, 2019 The leader of the biathlon program sat down for a recent dinner at a bar in Park City, Utah, when he happened to glance at the television. There, on the screen, was a biathlon competition . On TV. In […]

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Olympic medalist Daniel Rudisha, father of David, dies at 73

By MUTWIRI MUTUOTA – Associated Press – Thursday, March 7, 2019 NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – , an Olympic silver-medalist runner in 1968 and the father of two-time Olympic 800-meter champion , has died. He was 73. made the announcement on Thursday, saying his father had a heart attack on Wednesday […]

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Dukurs, Hermann win world championships in skeleton

Dukurs, Hermann win world championships in skeleton

By – Associated Press – Friday, March 8, 2019 WHISTLER, British Columbia (AP) – Martins Dukurs saved his best race for the last race of the season. The Latvian veteran won the world championship for the sixth time Friday, his time over four runs down the 2010 Vancouver Olympics track […]

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As curling grows, it finds a new target: college campuses

By JIMMY GOLEN – Associated Press – Saturday, March 9, 2019 WAYLAND, Mass. (AP) – Harvard sophomore Jack Schroeder has modest expectations for the prestige and fortune that might await him across the river if the Crimson manage to win the college curling national championships outside of Boston this weekend. […]

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