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Chicago’s Cook County Website Now Featuring Dead People!?¿ 1

Chicago, the Windy City, now has some new turbulence blowing through town.  It seems that the Cook County Medical Examiner has started posting photos of unclaimed dead bodies on it’s official web site. As reported by Craig Wall, FOX 32 News reporter for www.myfoxchicago.com… Cook Co. to begin posting photos of unclaimed bodies online CHICAGO […]

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Nowhere to hide: New Facebook app to track offline users – report

Source: http://rt.com Those concerned about Facebook’s controversial privacy policies may have yet another reason to worry. The social network is reportedly developing a smartphone application which will track the location of its users – even when the app isn’t running. The app is scheduled to be released in mid-March, two anonymous sources told Bloomberg. It’s […]

Possible Secretary of State Candidate Has Millions Invested in Banks, Energy Companies

Source: http://www.opensecrets.org By Michelle Martinelli With controversy continuing to develop over U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, her personal finance records tell another interesting tale. As President Barack Obama’s favored candidate to replace Hillary Clinton, Rice has a net worth of somewhere between $23.5 million and $43.5 million as of 2009, which made her the wealthiest member […]

NDGOP’s National Delegate Selection Sparks Controversy At Convention

Source: http://sayanythingblog.com By: Rob Port So far the most interesting development at the NDGOP convention has to do with the selection of the state party’s national delegates who would help pick the presidential nominee at the national convention. You readers will remember that, on caucus night, Rick Santorum cleaned the state up by a significant […]

Special evening caucus at Adelson school ignites more controversy

Source: http://www.lasvegassun.com By Conor Shine   A special evening caucus organized for religious voters who observe a Saturday Sabbath was swarmed with Ron Paul voters, causing long lines, angry confrontations and cries of voter disenfranchisement. Paul, a 12-term Texas congressman, won the precinct, but with the outcome statewide already decided before the caucus began the […]