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Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky travels to New Hampshire today as he makes his first campaign stop as an official presidential candidate. ‘Too often when Republicans have won, we have squandered our victory by becoming part of the Washington machine. That’s not who I am,’ he said.
A wife refused to take her husband off life support — despite a 90 percent chance he would never wake up. Three months he awoke from his coma. Now, Nearly four years after a devastating motorcycle accident left newlywed Matthew Davis on life support and in a coma, his wife, Danielle, hasn’t lost hope for his recovery. As of Tuesday, they’ve raised almost enough money the site GoFundMe.com to cover the cost of a personal trainer or exercise specialist to work with him three hours a day and four days a week for a year. “One year of intense training can change Matt’s life,” “We never really had a chance to start our life together, I’m not going to give up,”
If you’re eager to be one of the first visitors to the One World Observatory at One World Trade Center when it opens May 29,tickets go on sale online at 9am CT.
12-Year-Old Finishes 1st out of 11.57 Million in ESPN’s Bracket Challenge-tied with one other person for the top spot but won the tiebreaker. How did he manage to do that without following the regular season? He just picked the teams he liked.
Hundreds of students opt out of SBAC tests—The Seattle Public School board held special committee meeting to discuss a standardized test many students are ‘opting out’ of. . . The Seattle School Board on Monday discussed the unusual step of asking the state superintendent to suspend the Common Core Testing, There is a growing movement against the test across the country.