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Articles from the June 9, 2016 edition

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 By Stan Greene    People    June 9, 2016

Report: Exercise Maven Richard Simmons Is Transgender, Transitioning to a Woman

Update: 6/8/16 The National Enquirer, which has broke many stories in the past, reports that Richard Simmons is transitioning to be a woman. In a front page article entitled "Richard Simmons secretly...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    June 9, 2016

Cricket, AT&T offer $5 Credit Per Line Compensation for Nationwide Cell Phone Outage:

Update: Cricket Wireless has still offered no explanation for the nationwide cell phone outage that began 2 PM on Friday, May 27 and lasted until 7 a.m. PST on Saturday, May 28, 2016. However, they...

 

Maria Sharapova: Two Year Suspension for Unintentional Anti-Doping Violation

Tennis pro Maria Sharapova, was given a two year suspension from professional Tennis for blood doping, the star announced on her Facebook page. "Today with their decision of a two year suspension,...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    June 9, 2016

We May Be Living In a Video Game, says Elon Musk. Rise of the Machines!

Elon Musk has been called a twenty-first century Leonardo Da Vinci. When he was 21, he and his brother invented a way to send money by e mail. They called it PayPal. He sold the company to Ebay for...

 
 By Daniel Margolis    Movies    June 9, 2016

Modern Greece Set Against Backdrop of Rising Unemployment, Socioeconomic Turmoil, Financial Instability, & Illegal Immigration

"Worlds Apart" (Enas Allos Kosmos), Greece's highest grossing movie since 2009, made its North American debut on June 5, 2016, at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, closing out the tenth annual Los...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    June 9, 2016

FBI: Hillary Clinton to face Criminal Indictment for Email Abuse Very Soon

Update, 6/9/2016: President Obama today whole heartedly endorsed Hillary Clinton for President. This seems to create a conflict of interest for the Dept. of Justice, which has announced publicly that...

 
 By Stan Greene    Lifestyle    June 9, 2016

Stanford Rape Judge Gave Turner a "Gentle" Sentence, Because It was kind of a Weak Case.

A letter read by the victim before sentencing has grabbed the nation's attention and garnered millions of hits. Don't misunderstand me. Rape is a serious, heinous crime that has effects lasting a life...

 

Libertarian Johnson advocates civil liberties, peace, ending cronyism

ALEXANDRIA - Bernie Sanders supporters who reject the offensive, dangerous rhetoric of Republican Donald Trump and the militarism and corporate ties of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee,...

 
 By Kristin Peach    News    June 9, 2016

Prince Died from HIV/AIDS, Sources Say

Sadly Prince Rogers Nelson passed away April 21, 2016, aged 57. Two days before, a confidential source came to SMObserved.com and told us that Prince was dying of AIDS. Our source said Prince...

 

Mexican Health Minister Robles Addresses United Nations HIV/AIDS Conference

• Representing Mexico, the Minister of Health participated in the High Level United Nations Meeting on HIV / AIDS 2016 • He was one of 17 speakers of the Assembly, which is attended by representat...

 

Alabama Federal Court Intervenes to Allow Gay Marriage, Despite State Supreme Court

June 9, 2016, MOBILE, AL - U.S. District Judge Callie Granade issued an order June 7, 2016 in an attempt to permanently overrule the Alabama Supreme Court regarding marriage. According to Granade,...

 
 By Sabine Rose    Health    June 9, 2016

Do Fish feel pain? Do lobsters suffer trauma from domestic or urban captivity?

As science continues to delve into the depths of Earth's taxonomic soup, an increasing amount of evidence suggests we are not the only people on the planet. For centuries, humans have held the...

 

Petition: Black Lives Matter's Jasmine Richards' "Felony Lynching" Conviction Be Overturned

Richards was sentenced to 90 days in jail and three years probation for "felony lynching" after attempting to remove another black woman from police custody. PASADENA, CA - A Care2 petition with over...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    June 9, 2016

Hazmat Release at Starkist Foods in Riverside

An unloading accident caused an acid spill that prompted the evacuation of a Starkist Foods canning facility in Eastvale, Riverside County. 15 workers went to a hospital for hazardous chemical...

 

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