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With no secret sacred anymore, the Major League Baseball trade deadline drama unfolds in real time on social media.
President Barack Obama honored Special Olympians Thursday at the White House and one of the most touching moments from the day came during an embrace the commander in chief shared with an audience member.
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Federal workers may not have enough to do and are bored, and that's led some to watch porn while on the job.
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