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Flip the switch to the "on" position. Watch the roaches scatter. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

The man accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old Oregon girl is a career criminal who was once deported to Mexico, authorities said. Investigators are still searching for Santiago Martinez-Flores, 48, who they have linked to the crime through physical evidence...

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Because a real man spends $425 to buy a pair of pants. Better yet, you can wash them in cold water to preserve the look (it's not real dirt, it's just a statement). "I've never changed a car tire, but...

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SALEM — The head of Bethel Heights Vineyard looked out over the 100 acres of vines her crew of 20 Mexicans had just finished pruning, worried about what will happen if the Trump administration presses ahead with its crackdown on...

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So, you're a 69 year-old guy, sitting in a booth at a Denny's restaurant, having your Home Run hamburger or whatever, and in comes a 24 year-old guy. He sits in an adjacent booth, squirts you with gasoline, and sets...

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An antivirus service used by tens of thousands of businesses and millions of home users shut down an untold number of computers around the world after it mistakenly identified core parts of Microsoft Windows as threats, the company confirmed Tuesday....

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This exciting development should bring them up to within 4% of the capability of U.S. Naval forces. If they keep this up, North Korea will probably threaten to nuke them, as they seem really keen on making those kinds of...

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"If Australia persists in following the U.S. moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK and remains a shock brigade of the U.S. master, this will be a suicidal act of coming within the range of the nuclear strike of the...

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Nothing will hold them down.

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Three Daesh have reportedly been killed in Iraq by...wild pigs. It doesn't get any better than that.

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If you're about to embark on the great adventure known as Medicare, prepare yourself. I suggest a small bottle of Maker's Mark, though your tastes may vary. First, you must apply for Part A and Part B. And even though...

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According to a recent report from the nonprofit Truth In Accounting, a lot of public employees in states and cities controlled by Democratics may well be in for a rude awakening come retirement: Of the 237 cities studied, 29 received...

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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is seeking to eliminate 25 percent of the 15,000 employees at the agency. That's a good start, as only 6.5% are considered "essential", according to the government's own numbers. A lot of them don't really do...

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It all boiled down to miscommunication and a cascade of blunders: The plan was to truncate a secretive exercise with the Australians near Indonesia, to cancel Vinson’s visit to Perth and then head the direction of the Korean Peninsula —...

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Why not, asks the long-suffering taxpayer. Congress, in addition to being a bunch of rich lawyers, is also exempt from Obamacare requirements: Congress was granted, and still enjoys, an illegal exemption from Obamacare. Obama instructed the Office of Personnel Management...

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It's long past time to stop referring to the masked street thugs as "extremists" and instead begin charging them with terrorism. Particularly in Berkeley, a large part of the problem may lie with their mayor, who is himself a proud...

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No word as to what kind of beer the guy was trying to "save".

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Yes, the poor little guy was out on the streets of northeast Portland at 1 a.m., committing an armed robbery and several break-ins. When police caught up to him, he refused to comply with orders to keep his hands up;...

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So the NorKs threaten, presumably differing to some degree from the super-weak pissy strike. Those folks are such cards! They're always going to strike mercilessly (usually against the ocean). "Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft...

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Starring Bruce Jenner. The artwork, in the form of posters and fake advertisements, showed up Sunday around the Los Angeles Fox News bureau and Fox studios, timed for Tucker Carlson’s interview of Jenner during his show Monday night — his...

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She's 71 and still performing. Debbie Harry as "Blondie" looked in the late 1970s. Proxy-locks, yes. But she was still a knockout. New album "Pollinator" debuts next month. When was the last time McCartney put together a new album? Bowie's...

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American race-faker Rachel Dolezal has returned to the limelight with her first ever visit to Africa on a lecture tour about race – a move which has been met with outrage, calls for a boycott and a string of scathing...

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If that sounds somewhat familiar, it's with good reason; it was Pat Buchanan's campaign slogan in 1992. “Pat was the pioneer of the vision that Trump ran on and won on,” says Greg Mueller, who served as Buchanan’s communications director...

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The power of rumor is sometimes remarkable, as this tale from Thailand illustrates: Following the recent trend of locals in the southernmost Narathiwat province drinking water from a “sacred pond” that they believed cured illness, health officials tested the water...

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Thousands of Americans yesterday celebrated the anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Lenin (or, as they've called it since 1970, "Earth Day") by "marching for science". This was especially amusing, given that the power went out in San Francisco, Los...

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That seems to be Li'l Kim's approach to the only ally the NorKs have: China. It's a really smart move to warn them of "catastrophic consequences" if China increases economic sanctions in response to Kim's belligerent behavior. I suspect that...

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This construct was launched April 22, 1970. You're supposed to have been long dead by now. You're not. So much for "settled science". But at least the EPA is there to protect you. What? No, they're not going to pay...

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When even the sycophants in the media have had enough of Bill, two-time loser Hill (not that it's her fault; it was the Russians and the FBI and a vast right-wing conspiracy, to say nothing of American misogyny), and now...

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A rather decent survey of over 2,000 people in the U.K. has revealed that 20% of them don't know how to change a lightbulb or, for that matter, how to boil an egg. And a third of participants confessed to...

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ALBANY — The state has conceded that a class-action lawsuit seeking $1.4 billion for insufficient timber harvests isn’t blocked by the statute of limitations. The state government has also dropped its argument that county governments and local taxing districts don’t...

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The plants really are out to get you, it seems. In many people, pollen produces an inflammatory chain reaction that may trigger impulsive - and sometimes fatal - behavior. Early in his career, Teodor Postolache, a psychiatry professor at the...

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