Nastacia Leshchinskaya
Nastacia Leshchinskaya
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: When a 'Nice Guy' Does Something Terrible

When those who knew him said nice things about Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the usual response to a major act of violence was thrown for a dangerous loop.

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Jobless and Undereducated? Suck It Up and Go to Hamburger University

It may not sound glamorous, but a stint at McDonald's training camp, as well as similar programs offered by other major companies, can get you ahead both in school and work.
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85,000 Arkansas Unemployed Could Soon Be Subjected to Humiliating Drug Tests

An Arkansas bill requiring drug testing in order to receive unemployment benefits has passed the Senate and is headed for the state's Republican-controlled house.
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Outrage Grows As Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Ritual Gives Newborns Herpes

In the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, a practice known as metzitzah b'peh is the cause of herpes infections among newborn infants.
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'Seinfeld' Reruns Bring it $3.1 Billion

Since Seinfeld aired its finale 15 years ago, the show has earned over $3 billion in rerun fees.
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North Korea War: U.S. to Deploy THAAD System to Guam

The Pentagon announced Wednesday that it will deploy its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system (THAAD) to Guam, home to about 160,000 U.S. citizens and several military bases.

I Just Quit Facebook, and It Feels Freakin' Awesome

As a journalist, jumping off the Facebook bandwagon was scary, but now that it's over with, I'm relieved.
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Did the British Have a Hand in Patrice Lumumba's Assassination?

A British peer claims that MI6 played a major role in the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the first democratically elected prime minister of Congo.
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How Not to Go From Cute Child Actor to Adult Trainwreck

Child actor Jonathan Taylor Thomas just appeared on "Last Man Standing" as a nod to his "Home Improvement" days. Unlike many child stars, JTT grew up to be a normal adult. Here's why.
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Google Glass to Be Manufactured By Foxconn in California

The new product will be manufactured in the Golden State, but by Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn.
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For Millennials in Russia, Tech, Engineering, and Ingenuity Are the Secret to Job Success

There is a greater need for specialists in the hard sciences and technological fields in Russia, so millennials should pursue these areas to thrive professionally.

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Skylar Neese Case Shows Why Every Missing Child Deserves An Amber Alert

The fate of Skylar Neese underscores the need for an expanded Amber Alert system across the country.
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TSA Privacy: Agency Scraps Bluetooth Tracking Plan Over Privacy Concerns

The TSA has scrapped Automated Wait Time technology, which would have involved tapping into the signals put out by Bluetooth devices carried by people at the airport.
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CFPB Sets Sights On Sallie Mae, Seeks Greater Role in Student Loan Oversight

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is seeking greater regulatory oversight of Sallie Mae and other nonbank student loan servicers.
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Rush Limbaugh Gets It Wrong On GOP's Millennial Outreach

Rush Limbaugh says he wants Republicans to stand strong on principle, but what he's actually suggesting is that young people should be deferential to the GOP no matter what.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Gang Of Eight to Drop National ID Card From Bill

The bipartisan group of senators behind comprehensive immigration reform have dropped the E-Verify system from their proposal, citing high costs and error rates.