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Texans angrily protest fracking after 30 earthquakes hit town – RT (blog)

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Indiana police chief accidentally shoots himself for the second time – RT

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Snow socks East Coast; at least 6 inches in Philly – USA TODAY

A pedestrian walks through the snow on Tuesday in south Philadelphia.(Photo: Matt Slocum, AP) Story Highlights 6-12 inches of snow are expected from the Mid-Atlantic to New England School systems in several states have closed because of the storm Bitterly cold air will spread across the central and eastern U.S. after the storm A winter storm lashed the East Coast on Tuesday, bringing heavy snow, strong winds and frigid temperatures…

Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Pot tolerance: Obama says marijuana ‘same as alcohol or cigarettes’ – RT

Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Santander Consumer USA seeks $1.56 billion in IPO – Dallas Morning News

Consumer finance company Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. is seeking to raise as much as $1.56 billion in an initial public offering scheduled for this week. A subsidiary of Spain’s biggest bank, Banco Santander SA, the Dallas-based company plans to offer 65.2 million shares priced at $22 to $24 apiece, according to a regulatory filing. Santander Consumer’s filing said the selling stockholders include Banco Santander and funds managed by Centerbridge…

Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

USA players have dismal showing at Australian Open – USA TODAY

Sloane Stephens was one of 24 players from the USA who did not make it to the final eight of the Australian Open. Stephens was the last remaining American before losing to Victoria Azarenka of Belarus.(Photo: Scott Barbour Getty Images) Story Highlights Patrick McEnroe gives USA players a C-minus Fifth time in 12 majors that no USA player reached the final eight in singles Bryan Brothers dealt stunning loss in…

Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

fountain of youth This show just lowered the median age of USA Network … – Quartz

PASADENA, California—Modern Family has racked up viewers and accolades but now it’s achieved the seemingly impossible and turned back time. After syndicating the show for under four months, USA Network says its median viewer’s age has fallen by a whopping 12 years, from 53 to 41. Additionally, 35% of the show’s audience are new USA viewers. Those early statistics are encouraging for USA, which paid a reported $1.4 million per episode…

Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014

NFL insists it’s prepared for Mother Nature’s challenge on Super Bowl Sunday – USA TODAY

In this Dec. 15, 2013, file photo, a mound of snow is shown outside of MetLife Stadium before an NFL football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Giants.(Photo: Peter Morgan, AP) Story Highlights NFL VP of business operations checks weather forecast for Feb. 2 ’30 or 40 times a day’ NFL has a blizzard of contingency plans in place should Mother Nature offer storms EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J….

Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014

Along MLK boulevards in the USA, an urban struggle – USA TODAY

In this Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014 photo, Melvin White, founder of the Beloved Streets of America project, walks past a boarded up building during a tour of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in St. Louis.(Photo: Jeff Roberson, AP) Story Highlights ‘Dr. King would be turning over in his grave,’ nonprofit leader says Urban streets throughout U.S. have seen decline Journalist calls them ‘black America’s Main Street’ ST. LOUIS (AP)…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

USA Network Gets Raunchy With Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ – Variety

Denis Leary charmed the Television Critics Assn. crowd Saturday morning with his distinct brand of foul-mouthed swagger as he tubthumped USA Network’s upcoming original comedy “Sirens.” Leary is producing USA’s rendition of a British series revolving around the misadventures of three emergency medical technicians in Chicago. The show is a fairly raunchy departure for USA, which is in the midst of building a roster of original half-hour series to complement…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

Jessie Vetter’s Team USA goalie mask required to remove Constitution rendering – Fox News

When Team USA women’s hockey goalie Jessie Vetter takes to the ice next month at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, her mask will be missing something. Namely, the U.S. Constitution. The International Olympic Committee, citing regulation, has required the 28-year-old goalie to remove an inscription bearing “We the People” on a custom mask made for her. The mask’s artist, Ron Slater, told FoxNews.com that he believes the IOC sees…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

Scouting the Broncos: Q&A with USA TODAY Sports reporter Lindsay Jones – Boston.com

Denver linebacker Danny Trevathan may be an impact player for the Broncos on Sunday. (Stephan Savoia / AP photo) By Zuri Berry, Boston.com Staff USA TODAY Sports NFL reporter Lindsay Jones was gracious enough to answer some questions for us about the Denver Broncos, a team she covered for 4 1/2 years while at the Denver Post until October 2012. Consider it a view from the other side. Follow Jones…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

USA Network Gets Raunchy With Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ – Variety

Denis Leary charmed the Television Critics Assn. crowd Saturday morning with his distinct brand of foul-mouthed swagger as he tubthumped USA Network’s upcoming original comedy “Sirens.” Leary is producing USA’s rendition of a British series revolving around the misadventures of three emergency medical technicians in Chicago. The show is a fairly raunchy departure for USA, which is in the midst of building a roster of original half-hour series to complement…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

USA Network Gets Raunchy With Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ – Variety

Denis Leary charmed the Television Critics Assn. crowd Saturday morning with his distinct brand of foul-mouthed swagger as he tubthumped USA Network’s upcoming original comedy “Sirens.” Leary is producing USA’s rendition of a British series revolving around the misadventures of three emergency medical technicians in Chicago. The show is a fairly raunchy departure for USA, which is in the midst of building a roster of original half-hour series to complement…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

USA Network Gets Raunchy With Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ – Variety

Denis Leary charmed the Television Critics Assn. crowd Saturday morning with his distinct brand of foul-mouthed swagger as he tubthumped USA Network’s upcoming original comedy “Sirens.” Leary is producing USA’s rendition of a British series revolving around the misadventures of three emergency medical technicians in Chicago. The show is a fairly raunchy departure for USA, which is in the midst of building a roster of original half-hour series to complement…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

To Attract Foreign Tourists, Brand USA Turns To … Rosanne Cash – NPR

The U.S. has been stepping up efforts to encourage international tourism, which represents about 3 percent of the country’s gross domestic product. The country’s reputation abroad has suffered due to revelations about spying by the National Security Agency. But Brand USA, which is running a new ad campaign, hopes to encourage international tourists to visit the U.S. Host Arun Rath speaks with Michael Scaturro, who wrote about the new campaign…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

USA Network Gets Raunchy With Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ – Variety

Denis Leary charmed the Television Critics Assn. crowd Saturday morning with his distinct brand of foul-mouthed swagger as he tubthumped USA Network’s upcoming original comedy “Sirens.” Leary is producing USA’s rendition of a British series revolving around the misadventures of three emergency medical technicians in Chicago. The show is a fairly raunchy departure for USA, which is in the midst of building a roster of original half-hour series to complement…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

‘Suits’: Big secret to be exposed on USA drama? – San Jose Mercury News

PASADENA When USA’s “Suits” returns from its Season 3 hiatus in March, fans can expect plenty of fireworks. On Saturday, USA unveiled a trailer at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that featured several explosive confrontations and even a bit of fisticuffs. At one point, a snarling Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) tells Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), “I’m onto you, and I’m going to expose you for the lying…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

Scouting the Broncos: Q&A with USA TODAY Sports reporter Lindsay Jones – Boston.com

Denver linebacker Danny Trevathan may be an impact player for the Broncos on Sunday. (Stephan Savoia / AP photo) By Zuri Berry, Boston.com Staff USA TODAY Sports NFL reporter Lindsay Jones was gracious enough to answer some questions for us about the Denver Broncos, a team she covered for 4 1/2 years while at the Denver Post until October 2012. Consider it a view from the other side. Follow Jones…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

David Backes leads list of candidates for USA Olympic team captain – USA TODAY

Bruce Fedyck/USA TODAY Sports St. Louis Blues captain David Backes says asking him whether he would rather win a Stanley Cup or an Olympic gold medal is like “asking a mother to choose between two kids.” Backes is a glib, confident, charismatic leader and plays hockey with hyper-intensity. He’s also the No. 1 center on a Blues team that has the potential to compete this spring for the franchise’s first…

Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014