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The Fox series acknowledged the passing of character Finn Hudson and the real life actor who played the singing quarterback in an emotional episode Thursday night. Monteith died Converse Childrens Shoes in July at age 31 of what was found to be a heroin and alcohol overdose; however, the TV show never cited a cause of death for his character. "That doesn't matter," said Kurt (Chris Colfer) in the episode's opening. Critics such as Hank Steuver of the Washington Post found it awkward but still moving.
Markets rose Thursday on optimism that a meeting between President Obama and key lawmakers, as well as staff level negotiations that went late into the night, could lead to at least a short term agreement to raise the nation's debt ceiling before the Wednesday deadline. The shutdown keeps shrinking, too: Under pressure from governors, the Obama administration says it would allow parks to reopen during the standoff Converse All Star Light Ox Shoes - Charcoal/White
Just as we collect materials such as paper and plastic to manufacture new items in the modern era, early hominids would collect discarded or broken tools made of flint and bone to create new utensils. Avi Gopher, a Tel Aviv University archaeologist, said the early appearance of recycling highlights its role as Converse All Star Sneakers For Unisex Pink
Here's a look at the top news this morning:
2. Longtime WISH TV anchor Debby Knox is retiring next month. newscasts; her last day will be Nov. 26. Knox has interviewed leaders such as President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The mother of two grew up in Edwardsberg, Mich., and attended the
as long as states use their own money.
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Beyond exploring the heights of space, Scott Carpenter also adventured to the deepest depths of the ocean in the Navy's SeaLab underwater training program as an aquanaut. Carpenter died Thursday of complications from a stroke, leaving John Glenn as the last of the original Mercury "7 For All Mankind" (what the phrase referred to before the jeans manufacturer launched!).
An Ohio medical examiner who conducted Castro's autopsy had harsh words for corrections officials who speculated that Castro may have died last month in his cell from attempting to choke himself for a sexual thrill. "I saw the ligature. I saw the pictures of the cell," said Coroner Jan Gorniak. "It was a suicide." The state report released Thursday, meanwhile, also found that guards falsified logs and did not check on Castro as often as they should have. Corrections officials noted that Castro's body was found hanging with his pants and underwear pulled down to his ankles, which the report said raised "the possibility of auto erotic asphyxiation."
5. "Stunning" $15 million gift will help DePauw University reinvent its music school.
9. Did the recycling phenomenon start in the caveman era?
The road to recovery is far from over for the IndyCar driver, who on Thursday left the Houston hospital that initially treated his injuries from a scary crash Sunday. Will Franchitti, 40, be able to come back to racing after the lengthy time it will take to heal his two spinal fractures, not to mention broken ankle and concussion? The Star's Curt Cavin notes that the driver's healing process will take several months, the 2014 season begins in five.
How will stock markets finish the week? Markets rose Thursday on optimism that a meeting between President Obama and key lawmakers, as well as staff level negotiations that went late into the night, could lead to at least a short term agreement to raise the nation's debt ceiling before the Wednesday deadline.
3. Nobel Peace Prize awarded to chemical weapons watchdog.
much money without providing enough benefits. But as detailed in a lawsuit filed this week by Attorney General Greg Zoeller the state had additional motivations. Officials reasoned that by opting out, Hoosiers would not receive the federal tax credits designed to help needy people afford health insurance and that therefore, employers wouldn't be fined for not offering their workers coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Speaking of sights around town: I heard that our editors fielded many calls from readers angry that The Star's story on A1 Thursday about the IMA's Matisse exhibition featured an image of a naked woman! Were you also clutching your pearls?
1. Lawsuit: More than cost concerns driving state's opposition to Obamacare.
Do you have a fun weekend planned? Despite a "partial sunshine shutdown" later Saturday, Paul Poteet now thinks our skies should be blue and our temps warm through Monday! (And Saturday morning may be just gorgeous for the Circle City Classic parade!)
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This was a surprise! Rather than honor Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai, an outspoken advocate for the rights of women and young girls who survived a Taliban attack, the Norwegian Nobel Committee voted to cite heretofore unknown Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The Hague based group won the 2013 prize for its "extensive efforts to eliminate chemical weapons," the Nobel committee said, adding: "Recent events in Syria . have underlined the need to enhance the efforts to do away with such weapons." Another sign of how unexpected their award was: the Nobel panel initially could not reach OPCW to inform it of the news.
4. Shutdown Day 11: Are White House, Congress closer to resolution?
a basic survival strategy. "Why do we recycle plastic? To conserve energy and raw materials," Gopher said. "In the same way, if you recycled flint you didn't have to go all the way to the quarry to get more, so you conserved your energy and saved on the material."
8. astronaut to orbit the Earth dies at 88.
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7. Was Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro's death really a suicide?
6. Dario Franchitti set for evaluation, second ankle surgery in Indianapolis.
The gift from alumni Judson and Joyce Green will be used to transform the Greencastle private university's School of Music to help prepare students to thrive in a rapidly changing music industry. It establishes the 21st Century Musician Initiative, called 21CM. "You rarely see gifts of this size supporting arts and music," said DePauw President Brian W. Casey, also citing a previous $15 million gift from the Greens, who live in Chicago. University officials say they hope the changes will lead to making classical and other music more accessible to the general public. Sunday, so don't delay!
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