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Norton Healthcare CEO Stephen Williams will retire this year

Stephen Williams, the long-time CEO of Louisville, Ky.-based Norton Healthcare who became a hospital administrator at 22, is retiring at the end of the year. Norton named President Russell Cox as Williams’ successor.
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How The U.S. Government Helped Kill 4,000 Jobs This Week At Boeing

The workforce cuts disclosed this week by Boeing aren’t just about pressure from Airbus, they are also about a federal government that undermines the competitiveness of exporters. Most popular stories

Watch Mexicans Burn This Donald Trump Effigy

Source: – Monday, March 28, 2016

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The Wired Election, Part 1: “This America, Man.”

Source: – Thursday, October 15, 2015
There are certain works of art in every medium– literature, theater, photography, sculpture, film, painting, music, et al.– that somehow manage, through an impossible-to-determinately-calculate alchemical combination of human creativity, the raw materials of Nature, and some other mysterious thing we might generically point toward and say "meaning" or "truth," to reach beyond the mere representation of some particular subject matter or to touch so deeply upon that representation's core presentation that the artwork ends up unveiling, unconcealing , and thereby disclosing in a way that gives us the sense of an encounter with something universal . Sophocles' tragedy  Oedipus Rex  does this dramatically. Coppola's film trilogy The Godfather does this.cinematically.  Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" does this (or so it is said) graphically. Otis Redding's "A Change Is Gonna Come" does this sonically. I think a very strong case could be made that the HBO television series The Wire   (2002-08) ALMOST accomplishes the same via the (still unfortunately undertheorized, but getting there) medium of television.  I say "almost" because I suspect what The Wire  really discloses is very likely not, properly speaking, "universal." What it does manage to unconceal is much of what is True about America — our site-specific pathologies with regard to race relations, policing, education, labor, crime and punishment, politics and political theater,

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Is this Irans most reckless rider

Source: – Wednesday, June 10, 2015
IT'S not often Visordown gets to feature biking culture in Iran but this frustrated stunt rider proves his technical skill (if not his common-sense). Riding a standard Suzuki GSX-1400 the rider wheelies comfortably for the camera on a motorway south of Tehran, he then lands rather less impressively with a mechanically unsympathetic crunch. What's most amazing about this video is how the rider managed to convince three friends to take part in his 'up close and personal' stunt. The poor bloke perched backwards on the rider's lap is clearly forcing a smile as he retreats inside his happy place. Youtube user Wayne Khaki has an entire collection of his Iranian wheelie antics – but for sheer audacity and recklessness this was our favourite. Related Content First Ride: 2002 Suzuki GSX1400 review Were you like this when you got your first bike? Discuss: We need a muscle bike revival Sloane Street stuntman – don't give up the day job Two-up wheelie – from the pillion seat

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Warren Buffett: Stop Blaming The Rich For Income Inequality. If You Really Want To Help, Do This

The world’s third-richest man weighed in on the national debate over rising levels of income disparity in the United States yesterday, saying that while the gaps between the country’s haves and have nots are definitely increasing, it is not the fault of those at the top. Nor will it be […] Most popular stories

Get crafty this Easter Sunday

Source: – Friday, April 03, 2015
Get crafty this Easter Sunday Beth Pussehl from Michael's stopped by NBC 25 to give you, last minute ideas for easter. Watch the video for some creative tips. From: NBC25 Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 09:54 More in Sports

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How This Couple Retired In Their 30s To Travel The World

The husband-and-wife team who call themselves Go Curry Cracker saved more than 70% of their income in order to retire in their 30s and now aim to pay $ 0 in taxes. Most popular stories

Scott Walker Presidential Bid Self-Destructs On ABC’s ‘This Week’

Appearing yesterday on ABC’s “This Week,” Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced that, “People want new, fresh leadership with big, bold ideas and the courage to act on it. If we’re going to take on a name from the past, which is likely to be former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, […] Most popular stories

This is why health care reform matters: Amanda and Solomon’s story

Amanda and Solomon went without health insurance for years because coverage would have cost them more than 00 a month. Now, thanks to the Affordable Care…
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