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Dr. Nozer Sheriar, secretary general of the Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI), spoke at a the Women Deliver this year about why he is an abortion provider.
The whole thing is ghastly but some things he says just have extra ghast. He talks of a “devout Catholic” young girl who decided to abort.
“Me surprising my mom while home on leave. I never told her I was coming home!” -Tyler C.
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Sometimes finding a free hotspot or public Internet access is annoying, either for business or leisure. The Windows built-in functionality is much too slow. In contrast, the software abylon WLAN-LIVE-SCANNER checks at regular intervals for any available wireless networks and lists them in a clear tree structure. Network name (SSID), connection status, network type, encryption algorithm and signal strength are displayed as additional information. With one click the connection to the selected network is established, unless the access is free, public or already known.
WASHINGTON (TheBlaze/AP) — A government watchdog has found that the Internal Revenue Service spent about $ 50 million to hold at least 220 conferences for employees between 2010 and 2012, according to a House committee.
That total included $ 4 million for an August 2010 conference in Anaheim, Calif., for which the agency did not negotiate lower room rates, even though that is standard government practice, according to a statement by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
We’re starting to expect another presidential press conference Monday morning in which Obama changes his mind about being angry about the IRS targeting conservative groups. Maybe he’ll ask acting commissioner Steven Miller to stay on and give him a bonus. And forget about abolishing the IRS — it just needs more money and attention.
Watertown, Mass. Homeowner on Cigarette Break Finds Smoking Gun in Boston Bombing Case Hiding in His Boat
David Henneberry, an avid boater and member of the Watertown Yacht Club, walked outside to smoke a cigarette just after Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick lifted the curfew on Boston residents at 6 p.m. Friday.
Puffing away, Henneberry noticed the tarp that covered his rare, 22-foot pleasure cruiser—a white Seahawk with blue trim and a fiberglass hull, reported the New York Daily News—wasn’t on correctly.
‘Definitely Disturbing’: Handyman Reportedly Finds Calif. Patio to Be Made of Hundreds of Tombstones
A handyman was doing some work on a home in Manteca, Calif. when he reportedly made a startling discovery: the patio “bricks” were actually old tombstones.
“It’s kind of scary,” Daniel Lopez, the handyman who made the haunting discovery, told KTXL-TV. “There were 300 plus, I think. Wouldn’t have known it until somebody flipped them over; they looked like bricks.”
Restaurant Owner Finds Dedicated Teen Walking 10 Snowy Miles for Job Interview — Guess Where He’s Working Now
Art Bouvier, the owner of a New Orleans-inspired restaurant located in Indianapolis saw a young man trudging through the early morning snow and ice last week. The teen stopped to ask Bouvier — who owns Papa Roux Po Boys and Cajun Food– how much further it might be to his final destination and was told it was six to seven miles.