Sandy Hook families cannot hold gun company liable in massacre, judge rules

Gun companies are protected by a 2005 law designed to shield gun companies from liability when their products are misused by criminals, a judge ruled A Connecticut judge ruled on Friday that a group of families cannot hold gun companies liable for manufacturing, distributing or selling the AR-15-style rifle used to kill 20 children and…

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How To Turn Regular Yarn Into Amazing Lampshades and Globes

I love Dana from Made Everyday. She has the best tutorials that show us how to make fun things out of ordinary everyday things (thus the name). This latest tutorial is all about turning string and glue into stunning lampshades, balls, and globes. They are lovely! This looks really easy and I want to try…

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Marmite: Americans wonder what’s all the fuss over divisive British spread?

Marmite, the love it or hate it paste made from yeast extract with a yeasty, salty, soy sauce flavor, was the center of a spat that threatened its very existence There was good news for the United Kingdom on Thursday, when the took to Google seeking answers to the same few questions. Who is Marmite?…

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No Man’s Sky Review: Minecraft in Space!

No Man’s Sky is the biggest indie project of the year, and as with every big project the expectations are too high to ever be met. But if you are an experienced gamer and have been through this turmoil many times before, you will know that the smartest thing in such cases would be to…

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Moviegoers get the luxe treatment at new iPic theater in New York

Sinfully decadent seating and farm-to-table cocktails entice one writer to see what all the fuss is about and whether its worth $28 for the premium experience A new cinema opened in Manhattan last week. Its called iPic and it is a fancy cinema. We know this because the promotional material is so excessively florid it…

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A Wonderfully Simple Juice To Strengthen Your Thyroid

Your thyroid gland ensures that your metabolism is working well, and so it releases hormones that affect your muscles, liver, and brain. The most common problems associated with your thyroid are an overactive or under active thyroid (also called hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism). You have to adjust your diet at time to strengthen your thyroid and…

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Completely Weird Ways We Have Used Animals In Warfare Throughout The Years.

If there”s one thing humans are good at, it”s coming up with creative ways to kill each other. So I guess it”s inevitable that we would eventually rope in other members of the animal kingdom to do some of our dirty work. Here are eight strange and interesting ways that human warfare involved animals throughout…

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ACLU finds social media sites gave data to company tracking black protesters

ACLU revealed Tuesday that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram gave special access to Geofeedia, a controversial social media monitoring company Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have previously provided users data to a software company that aids police surveillance programs and targets protesters of color, according to government records obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU…

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Loving Couple Creates a Lifetime of Memories For Their Extremely Ill Unborn Son.

Jenna and Dan Haley of Philadelphia learned early on in Jenna”s pregnancy that their unborn son, Shane, has anencephaly, a neural tube defect that results in the brain and skull not forming properly. Doctors are unsure of what Shane”s quality of life will be, or for how long he will survive. Anencephaly is fatal, and…

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Simple, visceral, fun: why the ancient sport of kabaddi is enjoying a resurgence

India is hosting the first Kabaddi World Cup for nine years, and a once quaint pastime a mix of red rover, wrestling and tag is getting a makeover Although still largely unknown outside of South Asia, kabaddi is an ancient Indian sport in the midst of a resurgence on the subcontinent. Outdating more dominant (and…

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