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News Writer — Washington Times
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New Jersey day care workers accused of forcing children into 'fight club'

washingtontimes.com — Two former employees of a New Jersey day care center are accused of forcing children, ages 4 to 6, into what they called a "fight club" and the recording the altercations to Snapchat, authorities said Tuesday.

McDonald's to start serving breakfast all day

William Bradford, West Point law professor, resigns after calling for attacks on Islamic holy sites

washingtontimes.com — A West Point law professor has resigned following backlash over an article in which he advocated for attacks on Islamic holy sites as part of a "total war" on radical Islam. William C. Bradford is sticking by his opinions following an uproar over a July paper titled "Trahison des Professeurs" (Treason of the Professors), which led to his resignation Sunday, The Washington Post reported.
Sep 01, 2015

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Anthony Horowitz, James Bond author, says Idris Elba 'too street' to play suave spy

washingtontimes.com — James Bond novelist Anthony Horowitz is being branded a racist after he claimed black English actor Idris Elba is too "street" to play the "suave" Bond. Mr. Horowitz, the author commissioned by Ian Fleming's estate to pen the next James Bond novel, said he isn't too impressed with the fan favorite for the next Bond role.

Matt Salmon, Arizona Republican, upsets parents with chat about suicide bombers at elementary school

washingtontimes.com — U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon faced backlash from several parents who say their children were terrified after he talked about Iranian suicide bombers during a visit to a Phoenix-area elementary school. The Republican spoke Thursday to second- and third-graders at San Tan Charter School in Gilbert, giving a presentation on how bills become laws, a local CBS affiliate reported.
Sep 01, 2015

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Honolulu police destroy $575K worth of firearms so they don't 'end up on the streets'

washingtontimes.com — Instead of auctioning off firearms it no longer needs, the Honolulu Police Department has opted to destroy $575,000 worth of handguns in a controversial effort to keep them off the streets. The HPD is switching from the Smith & Wesson 9 mm handguns to the less expensive Glock 17.

Auschwitz museum defends misting 'showers' for overheated guests

washingtontimes.com — The proprietors of the Auschwitz concentration camp museum in Poland are defending their installation of misting "showers" to keep visitors cool in the summer heat.

PETA slams Obama for joining 'sexist, speciesist' Bear Grylls

washingtontimes.com — PETA has issued a harsh rebuke of President Obama's plans to trek into the Alaskan wilderness in an episode of "Running Wild" with famed survivalist Bear Grylls. NBC announced Monday that the president will be joining Mr. Grylls to receive a crash course in survival techniques and the effects of climate change in the area.

WDBJ news station upping security after journalists killed on live TV

washingtontimes.com — The manager of the Virginia news station rocked by the on-air shooting deaths of two of its journalists is upping security for field reporters.

Hulk Hogan on N-word rant: 'I wanted to kill myself'

washingtontimes.com — Hulk Hogan revealed Monday that he was "lost" and contemplating suicide at the time the N-word rant that cost him his career was secretly recorded. The WWE fired Mr. Hogan last month after he admitted to repeatedly using the racial slur to describe his daughter Brooke's then-boyfriend in a 2006 recording that was leaked, the New York Daily News reported.
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Sep 01, 2015

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Sep 01, 2015

Anthony Horowitz, James Bond author, says Idris Elba ‘too street’ to play suave spy washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/… #IdrisElba pic.twitter.com/TpMwatfZL4

Sep 01, 2015

Arizona Republican upsets parents with chat about suicide bombers at elementary school washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/… pic.twitter.com/EkB395bo4D

Sep 01, 2015

@BrownDeerRepub by far the quickest fulfillment of Godwin's Law that I've experienced thus far. Thank you.


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