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Warren Buffett Joins Twitter: How Many Followers Can He Get?

Buffett joins Twitter and amasses thousands of followers instantaneously as he talks with Fortune Magazine two days before Berkshire Hathaways annual shareholder's meeting.

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Leila Fowler Murder: Suspect Still On Loose As Manhunt Underway

Eight Year old Leila Fowler was viciously murdered and left for dead in her home, while her parents attended a little league game close by. A mourning town searches for answers.
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New Survey Says Many Americans Willing to Try Sex With Robots

The Huffington post and You Gov have joined forces to run a poll featuring human and robot interaction and the results may shock you. Military bots, servants , and sex bots were all fodder.
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Huma Abedin: Is She Behind Anthony Weiner's Run For Mayor?

Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, have re-emerged into the spotlight, addressing speculation about a possible mayor's run.

Hillary Clinton Channels Margaret Thatcher in 'Women in the World' Speech

Hillary Clinton opened up the 'Women in the World' conference, sponsored by Tina Brown and the 'Daily Beast,' stirring more rumors of a presidential run in 2016.
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42% of Least Engaged Workers are the Most Productive

A recent survey shows that the least engaged workers are the most productive. This is a warning sign for bosses to wake up.

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Do We Need Bans On Gay Conversion Therapy?

A bill outlawing conversion therapy, that seeks to convert homosexuals, will go before the Senate after a New Jersey local dispute. The ban asks if children are born gay or become gay.
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Cigarette Display Ban: Another Nanny Bloomberg Initiative

In his latest attempt at city-wide health domination, Bloomberg wants to stop displaying cigarettes in convenience stores, much to the chagrin of small business owners everywhere.
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Pope Francis: Supported Civil Unions As Cardinal in 2010

When Argentina was on the verge of legalizing gay marriage, Pope Francis, then Cardinal Bergoglio, supported civil unions as a compromise. How will he handle the same situation as pope?
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Hillary Clinton Gay Marriage Video Gives Boost to Marriage Equality

In a video released by the Human Rights Campaign's "Americans for Marriage Equality," Hillary Clinton officially endorses gay marriage.
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James Seevakumaran: UCF Classes Resume Following Monday's Shooting Scare

Classes have resumed at the University of Central Florida after Monday's near fatal school shooting that resulted in one suicide but no other fatalities.

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Joe Biden Slap Gaffe: VP Accused Of Saying Some Domestic Violence is "Garden Variety"

In his most recent gaffe, Vice President Joe Biden attempts to draw the line between warning signs of domestic abuse that lead to homicide and just your garden variety slap.
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New Pope 2013: When Will We Have a Female Pope?

Over 59% of Catholics support female priests but the Vatican forbids it. How will the new Pope modernize the Catholic Church and allow it to include more female leaders?
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International Women's Day 2013: Not Enough

While International Women’s Day honors some great strides in women’s rights, we need continuous coverage of these struggles and journeys to truly achieve progress.

Abortion Restrictions Getting Harsher State by State

States have ramped up there restrictions on abortions. In the past 10 years alone hostility toward abortions has shot up from one-third of states opposing, to one-half.

Fetal Pain Law: Federal Judge Vetoes Idaho Abortion Law

An Idaho judge struck down a law banning abortions after 20 weeks based on fetal pain laws, saying that it was unconstitutional to put the needs of a fetus ahead of the mother.

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Young Adult Debt: Decreasing, But Not For a Good Reason

Young adults with major student loan debt are finding it more difficult to get approved for mortgage loans, therefore it’s not necessarily by choice that they are unable to accumulate more debt.
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Can Americans Do the Mediterranean Diet?

The Mediterranean diet is back on America's radar with the promise of unlimited and healthy chocolate, nuts, and olive oil. But is it sustainable?
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Sheryl Sandberg 'Lean In': Unrealistic Expectations For the Average Working Woman?

Sandberg is about to release new book, 'Lean In,' in which she encourages women to follow their ambitions, but the Facebook head runs the risk of ostracizing fellow female workers.
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McKinsey Women: Company Wooing Former Female Employees Back, But Will This Bring More Equality?

McKinsey seeks out former female workers in hopes of bringing them back and boosting productivity. A number of big companies are doing the same, but will these measures make a difference?