Category Archives: news by Huffington Post

Today’s News, As Told By Huffington Post (12/8 Edition)

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Friends, countrymen, patriots, traitors, and lima beans, it’s another edition of Today’s News!  Contained within is important information about science, health, culture, weddings, and more…

As always, past editions are archived here and the present edition is available to all below the jump (Now with new 10pm addendum)!

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Today’s News, As Told By Huffington Post (11/30 Edition)

Yup, Jail. Read on...

Straight from the internet trenches, it’s another edition of “Today’s News,” from the gold standard in mingling important stuff with irrelevant blather, Huffington Post.  (Past editions are archived here.)

Here are some front page stories you might have missed while you were reading about Herman Cain’s sexual escapades:

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Today’s News, As Told By Huffington Post (11/15 edition)

The time has come for my round-up of Today’s headlines via Huffington Post.(Past Huffington Post round-ups can be found here and here.)

This week’s topics of note: More from The Grove, Pippa Middleton’s most admirable qualities, Jesus tumbles over a mountain’s edge, and more!

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Today’s News, As Told By Huffington Post

Last week I explained some of my less-than-savory news reading habits when it comes to Huffington Post.  Today I bring you five new headlines, all taken from this morning’s Huffington Post front page (where the big news is supposed to be) and all as equally as important to your understanding of the world as the long article about Greece’s debt referendum that I know you read this morning.  Enjoy!

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Today’s News, As Told By Huffington Post

 Every morning I read two news websites: The New York Times (paid news)  Huffington Post (free news).  A few months ago, when the Times started charging $15/month for a subscription, I had a near meltdown and attempted to boycott them.  This effort was a massive failure, mostly because, while Huffington Post does offer some enticing yellow journalism-style sensationalist political headlines, it also offers and endless variety of tempting non-news headlines, the later being what I end up actually clicking on.  During the brief time that I was boycotting the Times, I was a fountain of information on cute pet videos and little else.  My failure at carrying out the boycott for longer was really, as you can see, a win for America.

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