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Are Pet Costumes as Good of an Idea as You Think They Are?

One of the best things about Halloween is the socially acceptable chance to dress your doggy or kitty up as a little devil, pumpkin, witch, princess o...
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According to Recent 2014 Survey, Federal Employees Have Low Morale and Little Trust in Senior Officials

The notion that many American citizens disapprove of and mistrust their government is, unfortunately, not uncommon. But the notion that employees of t...
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Office of the Investigator General Under Harsh Scrutiny After Negative Audit

A recent audit of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s Office of Inspector General turned up some concerning things. According to t...
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Eight Year Old “Jaws” Finally Loses First Baby Tooth After a Year of Waiting

An eight year old British boy has finally lost his first baby tooth — a year after his permanent teeth started growing in behind them. Zak Brown...
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DOD Employee Vehicles Hang in Limbo as Transport Service Fails To Pay Fees and Deliver Cars on Time

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has been struggling to transport its troops’ privately owned vehicles (POV) for some time now, dealing with...
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Why More Web Developers Are Looking Back to the 90s

The internet is often seen as a realm of innovation, constantly moving from trend to trend — and hopefully creating a better online experience i...
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Oregon’s GMO Ballot Measure Draws Nationwide Attention

November 4, 2014 is slated to be a noteworthy day across the United States, with elections for state and federal legislative seats scheduled to be hel...
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New Men’s Hair Trend Could Contribute to Hair Loss, Experts Say

Buns and topknots have been traditional hairstyles for warriors and devotees alike for millennia, and celebrities — including Jason Momoa, Orlan...
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Study Finds Video Marketing to Be Most Trusted Content Format Among Consumers

Recent studies are reinforcing the efficacy that video marketing boasts by taking a look at how consumers respond to online video content. According t...
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Professor Looks to Concrete in Designing Taller Wind Turbines

The next push in renewable energy may be supported by an unlikely material: concrete. Midwest Energy News reported Oct. 20 that Sri Sritharan, an engi...