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#OxfordDictionaries  has added some new words to its lexicon, including #awesomesauce , #redditor , "butt dial" and more.
More modern elements of the English vernacular are now officially part of it.
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"Awesomesauce"? Seriously? It is a madeup word from a television commercial. The standards have fallen so low for the English. Hit rock bottom.
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Naturalists, feminists and members of an atheistic UFO religion believe it’s only a matter of time until they win women across the country the right to go topless on public beaches and other places where men are allowed to bare their chests.
'What we hope to do is enforce the Constitution!' says lawyer fighting in federal court.
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I'm cool with guys having to cover up as well. I don't want to see saggy moobs or boobs. 
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Sen. Robert Menendez was not improperly investigated and indicted for accepting a “long-running stream of bribes,” federal prosecutors said Monday.
In a court filing, the government says alleged 'stream of bribes' was properly uncovered.<br />
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Why is he on a s..t list.  Someone wants him out.
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According to study findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, men and women who took one or two baby #aspirin a day (75 to 150 mg) for at least five years saw a 27 percent lower risk of #ColonCancer.
In a new study, continuous daily use was tied to a 27 to 45 percent lower risk of developing the disease.
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I need to start taking them regularly again. Fairly safe anti-inflammatory. 
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Attention-commanding billionaire Donald Trump and the Obama administration agree: The 14th Amendment does not grant birthright citizenship to everyone born in the U.S.
Patriotic American Samoans are fighting to become citizens, and the Obama administration is fighting their efforts.
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Despite recent focus on immigrants living illegally in the U.S., a recent study says there are fewer such people now than there were 10 years ago.
A drop in immigrants coming from Mexico and living illegally in the U.S. has fueled an overall reduction in the population.
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Social media is boosting competitive parenting – from posts about crafting to manicured lawns and organized toys, or moms with post-baby bodies that bounce back in weeks. And now, as students return to school, there is yet another domestic task to master: Healthy, tasty kids’ food arranged creatively in a lunchbox.
Social media gives parents anxiety about the foods they send off to school with their kids.
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Check out the U.S. News roll call of Democrats in the Senate who support the Iran deal and Democrats in the House who do not. The lists will be updated as more lawmakers announce where they stand. 
See what stance party members have taken on the Iran nuclear deal as the Obama administration works to seal its approval.
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sure do not hear from them?  speak and don't be afraid of where your job will go ...that's not why you are in DC
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The landscape of college majors has changed since the parents of today's undergrads were in college, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics. 
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Computers are terrible at keeping secrets.
As the Ashley Madison hack demonstrated, Web companies can't guarantee privacy.<br />
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The federal government can't guarantee privacy of government secrets, so this isn't any surprise
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A new study says the key to better #sex  is sharing #childcare  duties with your spouse.
Sharing responsibilities might be the secret to better sex.
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Speaking Monday about the complex and crowded U.S. campaign for the White House, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, basically, that he really doesn't care who wins.
Trump? Clinton? Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov doesn’t see a difference.
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