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Jessa Duggar Seewald: Interacts with adoring fans sharing her latest news

  Jessa Duggar Seewald is twenty-two years old, twenty-five weeks along in her pregnancy and looks radiant as an expectant mother-to-be. Since she first found out she was with child, Jessa has been interacting with fans via Twitter updates as to her progress during her pregnancy. She loves sharing photos and providing updates letting everyone know that she is healthy, the baby is growing and…

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Teen charged with involuntary manslaughter: Encouraged boyfriend’s suicide

  Michelle Carter, seventeen years old, was the girlfriend of Conrad Roy III, who was eighteen. She took social media to a new level that resulting in a devastating ending. By using text messages she encouraged Roy to end his life. Roy was already troubled was in the act of committing suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. According to a Fox News report on March 1,…

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Kate Middleton pregnancy woes: Prince Charles wants palace a tourist attraction

  Families have differences when it comes to just about everything that another family member does. It is no different with the royals in England either, and then again, when they argue or have a family feud everyone seems to hear about it one way or another. Kate Middleton should be enjoying the remainder of her pregnancy without having family stress from all sides right…

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Charleston statue spray-painted with ‘Black Lives Matter’ on Confederate figure

The United Nations Conference on Climate Change scheduled to be held in Paris in December 2015 will aim to reach a new agreement between the States involved in the negotiation process in order to limit greenhouse gases emissions and the rise in temperatures. Beyond the sole environmental concern, the conclusion of this agreement is underpinned by the energy transition issue, which arises with ever greater…

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Investor focus on Greece

  For the week ending June 19, 2015, the markets rallied on the FOMC meeting announcement and Fed Chairperson Janet Yellen’s quarterly press conference, only to pull back partially on Friday over the Greek debt crisis. The Dow ended the week up 0.65 percent and the S&P 500 up 0.76 percent. In other news: the Fed kept its fed funds rate unchanged, while reiterating that…

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Can Energy cities replace oil-producing

  The United Nations Conference on Climate Change scheduled to be held in Paris in December 2015 will aim to reach a new agreement between the States involved in the negotiation process in order to limit greenhouse gases emissions and the rise in temperatures. Beyond the sole environmental concern, the conclusion of this agreement is underpinned by the energy transition issue, which arises with ever…

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