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Op-Ed: People don't need benefits, they need the Bible

David Barton thinks that people would not need government benefits if they read the Bible. Barton's controversial views were spoken about on Wallbuilders Live.

Study: Two-thirds of married women opt for anything but sex Special

Sex is not a priority when it comes to personal time, a new study shows. Married women say their sex life is not only predictable but they would prefer to read a book, watch TV or catch up on much needed sleep instead of having sex with their partner.

They're not illiterate, but they can't read

Glenwood Springs - Being in jail in the first place is no treat, but when most sources of outside information are taken away, inmates get a little perturbed.

Op-Ed: Kobo Changes the Concept of E-readers

E-readers are convenient when it comes to reading books and other texts. However there are many disadvantages in them. They don't seem nearly as nice when you actually look at it. Here is something that could change the whole idea of using e-readers.

Palin can't name one single newspaper or magazine she reads daily

In her interview with CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah palin was unable to name a single newspaper she has read or was reading.

Man reads butts; Predicts future

A blind German man claims he can predict your future by feeling your naked butt.

Google Will Let You Read Books Online

Google's book search program will give publishers a new option to monetize their content: sell online access. Currently a very small part of the books indexed by Google can be read entirely and most are public domain books.

Six students break record; read aloud for six straight days

You'd never see me go for this kind of Record, I'd be "Horse" after the first 8, err 2 hours...

Poor readers more likely to consider suicide

Teens who can’t read well may also be at high risk for suicide, a new study warns.
 

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