Fact-Checking Snopes: Website’s Political ‘Fact-Checker’ Is Just A Failed Liberal Blogger
Snopes' political 'fact checker', Kim Lacapria, is just a failed liberal blogger
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A grisly tale: Fetus cut from womb when woman answers Craigslist ad
A stranger stabbed a pregnant woman who answered her Craigslist ad for baby clothes in Colorado and cut her fetus from the womb, authorities said
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Clark student lured in by Craigslist add under the pretext of selling an Iphone 6 was shot to death. Robbery being the apparent motive.
EBay’s Plan to Reinvent Retail Shopping With Magic Mirrors
At the new Rebecca Minkoff store in San Francisco, the mirrors come alive. Walk into the fitting room with, say, a blouse and a jacket, and the dark glass lights up with a suggested handbag to match. ...
Fact-Checking Snopes: Website’s Political ‘Fact-Checker’ Is Just A Failed Liberal Blogger
Snopes' political 'fact checker', Kim Lacapria, is just a failed liberal blogger
His Girlfriend Said His Dog HAD To Go So He Posted This Ad On Craigslist
When your pet and your new girlfriend or boyfriend don't mix, it can be a troubling time to keep peace in your household.
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