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  • U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert (Courtesy: Department of Defense)

    U.S. Ambassador Attacked in South Korea

    SEOUL, South Korea (CNN)- U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was attacked in Seoul, possibly by more than one person, according to U.S. government sources in the U.S. and South Korea. Lippert was injured by a small razor blade, according to Seoul police. His injuries are not life threatening, according to Marie Harf, a State Department spokeswoman. According to South Korea’s YTN news channel, Lippert was about to deliver a speech at a breakfast being held at Sejong Hall […]

  • keurig k-cups

    Inventor of K-Cups Regrets the Idea

    NEW YORK (CNN)- The inventor of K-Cups regrets that he ever created them. “I feel bad sometimes that I ever did it,” John Sylvan told The Atlantic in an interview. Why? Because the K-Cups are bad for the environment — they are disposable and not recyclable. Sylvan originally envisioned the cup-like pouches that brewed a single serving of coffee for offices, where people want different brews. But the technology caught on, and Keurig Green Mountain brewers are now on kitchen counters […]

  • Protests in Ferguson, MO – August 13, 2014

    4 Most Shocking Parts of the Ferguson DOJ Report

    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN)- The Justice Department on Wednesday released a scathing 102-page report revealing systemic racial discrimination against African-Americans at the hands of the Ferguson Police Department and city officials. After an extensive federal civil rights probe, the Justice Department found what it described as “unlawful bias against and stereotypes about African-Americans,” resulting in repeated violations of the First and Fourth Amendments and excessive uses of force. Here are the report’s most shocking revelations: 1. Unlawful arrest has long-term consequences […]

  • Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (Court room sketch by Art Lien)

    Boston Marathon Bombing Trial: ‘It Was Him,’ Tsarnaev Attorney Says

    BOSTON, Massachusetts (CNN)- LATEST: “It was him,” defense attorney Judy Clark said of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s role in the Boston Marathon bombings. In her opening statement, she told jurors that Tsarnaev admits to the bombings and subsequent shootouts with police. The question of why he did it, however, is where the defense disagrees. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was influenced by his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Clarke said. PREVIOUS STORY: The goal of the Boston Marathon bombers was to kill as many people as possible, […]

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Temple Coffee Roasters

    New Studies Highlight More Benefits of Drinking Coffee

    Myth or fact? Coffee is good for you. If you chose fact, you’re right. New studies this week add to dozens more reporting the health benefits of coffee, including protection from type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, liver disease, prostate cancer, Alzheimer’s, computer back pain and more. But if you chose myth, you’d also be right. There are times when coffee is bad for you, and it depends on your genetics, your age and even how you make your coffee. Good […]

  • Workers digging underneath a Paris supermarket found as many as 200 skeletons. The skeletons were found as workers were doing renovations to the store in January, 2015. (Courtesy: Denis Gliksman/Inrap)

    Hundreds of Skeletons Found under Paris Supermarket

    PARIS, France (CNN)- Workers digging underneath a Paris supermarket have made an unsettling discovery: as many as 200 skeletons. The grocery store, Monoprix, was doing some renovations in January and workers removing an underground wall discovered the bones. The area was apparently part of a cemetery for the Hospital of the Trinity, according to CNN affiliate, France’s BFM-TV. The cemetery operated from the 12th century to around the 17th century. Researchers and archeologists are conducting carbon dating and DNA testing […]

  • Department of Homeland Security

    House Clears DHS Funding Bill for Obama

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN)- The Department of Homeland Security won’t run out of money anytime soon. The House cleared legislation Tuesday that will keep the agency operating through the end of September after a standoff last week threatened to shutter the agency and furlough thousands of workers. The 257-167 vote sends the bill to President Barack Obama for his signature. Republican House Speaker John Boehner, who rarely casts votes, backed the bill, along with his top lieutenants. A majority of House […]

  • Petraeus Apology

    Gen. Petraeus Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN)- Gen. David Petraeus pleaded guilty Tuesday to one federal charge of removing and retaining classified information as part of a plea deal, court documents show. According to the documents, Petraeus admitted removing several so-called black books — notebooks in which he kept classified and non-classified information from his tenure as the commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan — and giving them to his biographer, Paula Broadwell. On November 9, 2012, he resigned from his […]

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses U.S. Congress Tues. March 3, 2015

    Netanyahu: Deal Will Pave Way to Iranian Nuclear Bomb

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN)- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that a proposed deal between world powers and Iran would not stop Tehran getting nuclear weapons — but would rather guarantee it got lots of them and leave the Jewish State in grave peril. In a dramatic speech before a joint session of the U.S. Congress, which has caused a furious row with the Obama White House, Netanyahu said that the proposed agreement would allow Iran’s breakout time — the […]