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Unpasteurized milk could become a supermarket staple if raw milk enthusiasts have their way. But they’ll have to fight the federal health agencies and the dairy lobby first.
But could there be a raw milk revolution? Watch and learn more:
The third season of HBO’s White House comedy, “VEEP,” premieres Sunday, complete with all the laughs and gaffes expected of Vice President Selina Meyer, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
How closely does the show mirror real life in the West Wing?
Our pick this week, “Running from addiction,” comes from our very own videojournalist, Brad Horn.
"Walter Barrera fills a bottle with tap water and electrolyte powder, shaking the solution as he walks down the stairs of his porch. Cold raindrops are falling, and he looks at the gray sky.
“Not good,” the 32-year-old Northeast Washington resident says, shaking his head because rain threatening a long run is more than just bad luck. It could disrupt the rhythm of his day and his week, and if that happens, what comes next?
A few years ago, Barrera was addicted to drugs. He used crystal methamphetamine, and then he discovered crack cocaine. He was homeless for a time, and then he was a thief. He lived in doubt and fear, in paranoia and darkness, until one morning in 2010, when he went for a run.”
Read the full story here.
Jonathan Goldsmith is best known as “The Most Interesting Man in the World” or the guy in the Dos Equis ads who knows how to woo the ladies and convincingly tells you to “Stay thirsty, my friends.” These days he’s taking on another persona as an advocate for land mine removal, and he spoke to Reliable Source.
AllTime10s created a viral video describing 10 things that could trigger the next mass extinction. Truth Teller gets to the bottom of the claims.
Do you get your news in video form?
More than six in ten U.S. adults now watch videos online – and roughly half of those, 36% of all U.S. adults, watch news videos, according to new Pew Research Center survey data.
Well… this is good news for us!