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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Headlines Du Jour ► Sunday, November 10, 2013

The biggest news in the world is the biggest typhoon ever recorded. Haiyan ripped a path of destruction across the Philippines and is now headed for Vietnam. 


WET FOOT/DRY FOOT:


STRIKE!!! STRIKE!!! STRIKE!!

TODAY IN TECH NEWS:


GUNS, GUNS, GUNS!!!




SPEAKING OF DETROIT, 'MERKA'S FIRST THROWAWAY CITY:



SPEAKING OF BULLIES:

THIS HAS TO BE ILLEGAL, RIGHT?


IN OTHER CRIME NEWS:

Family of 14-year-old sentenced to death in 1944 seek new trial
African-American teenager George Stinney was executed for killing two white
girls in South Carolina. His family said he was coerced into a confession.

CHICKEN LITTLE WAS RIGHT:




From one collapsing star, two black holes form and fuse
An emitted gravitational-wave signal and its potential detection will inform
researchers about the formation process of the first supermassive black holes
and may settle some important questions on the history of our universe.


TORONTO MAYOR CORNER:


Rob Ford probe: Release of censored documents now in judge’s hands
Media and Crown lawyers presented arguments Friday for whether blacked-out
information in the 500-page investigation document should be revealed.

Rob Ford scandal: How Toronto city council could strip his power
Many tools in city council’s arsenal over the long term

Pro-Rob Ford billboard probed for misusing Toronto's logo
Misspelling of the word 'responsibility' on billboard inspires ridicule from critics

VIDEO DU JOUR:

David Letterman - Rob Ford Look-A-Like Top Ten





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