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Caught on Tape: Pro-Trayvon Martin ‘Protesters’ Attack Houston Grandmother and Refuse to Let Family Take Child to Hospital | Video | TheBlaze.com

While much of the nation was focused on the pro-Trayvon Martin “protests” (practically riots) in Los Angeles and Oakland on Monday, demonstrators in Houston resorted to violence as they rallied for “justice for Trayvon.” The demonstrators in Houston on Monday evening successfully blocked traffic on a highway overpass and the road below. A woman, badly […]

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» Trayvon ‘Protesters’ Storm Wal-Mart, Assault Bystanders – Infowars

Unrest continued for the third night in Los Angeles as protesters against the Zimmerman verdict stormed a Wal-Mart, attacked bystanders and stomped on cars. Footage shows demonstrators attacking moving vehicles, as well as stationary police cars, in a flashback to scenes witnessed during the 1992 LA riots. Protesters also lit fireworks in the middle of […]

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Smart Diaper Can Monitor Baby’s Health

A couple with two children has enlisted a team of scientists and engineers to develop a high tech diaper that can monitor a baby’s health by revealing signs of urinary tract infections, dehydration and developing kidney problems. The new startup company, which is called Smart Diapers, utilizes a QR code on a baby’s diaper to […]

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Protests erupt from coast to coast after George Zimmerman goes FREE: Second day of demonstrations planned after night of anger | Mail Online

Protests spread across the country Sunday in a second day of demonstrations in the wake of the sensational not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman after he shot dead unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. Demonstrations, from Florida where the trial took place to Atlanta, DC and New York, remained largely peaceful, though Los Angeles protesters managed to shut […]

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Ecuador volcano spews ash, 200 evacuated

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Authorities in Ecuador say at least 200 people have been evacuated from near the Tungurahua volcano after it spewed an ash plume more than 3.1 miles into the air. The regional director of the National Risk Management Secretariat, Lourdes Mayorga, says the explosion produced ash and pyroclastic flows, and could be […]

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Snowden has information that could be the US’s ‘worst nightmare,’ journalist says – World News

Former CIA contractor and self-declared leaker Edward Snowden possesses information that could badly damage the United States if revealed, the journalist who first published the leaked documents said in a newspaper interview. “Snowden has enough information to cause more harm to the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had […]

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Florida braces for riots in wake of not guilty verdict as Miami police set up ‘First Amendment zones’ in the hope they could control possible rioters | Mail Online

Miami police are considering activating contingency plans for possible riots after George Zimmerman was found innocent of murdering Trayvon Martin. Throughout the trial and since Martin’s death in February 2012, officials have been extremely concerned about a potentially violent reaction to the verdict. Both the Miami Dade police officers and those in Sanford some 250 […]

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