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The 2016 Nissan Titan is scheduled to make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show next month, but somebody caught up to one on the highway and got some of the best spy footage of the truck in action that we've seen so far. This one doesn't have the "NV3000" van-style two-slat grille we've seen on some other prototypes... those slotted horizontal bars remind me of what's on current Range Rovers. I'm guessing this is an options-max'ed "SV Platinum" or whatever they're planning to call their top-of-the-range luxury trim.   more...
 
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On Monday, Pope Francis addressed the Roman Curia-the senior Vatican cardinals, bishops, and priests-and politely laid out everything he thinks they're doing wrong. As reported by Vatican Insider, Francis presented a 15-point "catalog of spiritual diseases" as part of his remarks. We've excerpted some of Francis's points below. Read the full list of "diseases" here. "The disease of those who 'turn into masters and feel superior to everyone rather than in the service of all people. It often comes from the pathology of power, the 'Messiah complex' and narcissism."   more...
 
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ing our semi-regular weekly survey of the state of Our National Dialogue which, as you know, is what Frederic Austin would have come up with, had he composed the melody for "The Twelve Derps Of Christmas." ("Six Noonans guzzling...") Marco Rubio, former Way Forward for the Republican party, hit the Sunday slam yesterday, which we will get to in a minute, but first, let's commend my man Chuck Todd for being so broad-minded that his mind apparently has thinned out entirely and disappeared. On Sunday, the caretaker of journalism's Overlook Hotel invited John Nolte, of Breitbart's Mausoleum For The Otherwise Unemployable, to join him and Lloyd The Bartender for some holiday cheer.   more...
 
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By Charles P. Pierce on December 22, 2014 I never know what to make of Cliff Van Zandt, the "former FBI profiler" whom MSNBC takes out of the steamer trunk every time there's a horrible crime so Van Zandt can speculate on the motivation of someone he wouldn't know if the killer sat in his lap. (To me, Van Zandt always looked like Inspector Dreyfus, Clouseau's perennially embattled superior.) Alas, the liberal TV network dragged him out to respond to the murder of two NYPD officers, and Van Zandt quickly adopted what has become the most odious talking-point of the year.   more...
 
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BOSTON (AP) - Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are again drawing parallels between the media coverage of their client's case to the coverage received by Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh in an effort to have the trial moved out of Massachusetts.   more...
 
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LOWELL, Mass. (AP) - The owner of the Indianapolis Colts has ponied up $10,000 for a Massachusetts organization that keeps Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac's legacy alive.   more...
 
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Billionaire Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has his eye on Australia as a nice place to end up when he eventually decides to settle down. According to the Australian edition of the International Business Times, Wozniak is well on the way to formally gaining Australian citizenship. The IB Times says that Wozniak was granted permanent resident status this past weekend due to his status as a "distinguished person"-a common term that many countries use in their immigration criteria to allow famous people to quickly establish residences without having to meet other more difficult immigration requirements.   more...
 
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Every day after the Patriots play a game, Tedy Bruschi hosts a chat on ESPNBoston.com. Today's chat kicked off at 11 a.m., can be recapped here, and included some of the following topics: 1. Recapping struggles against the Jets and why the Patriots' mindset simply should be "survive and advance." 2. Highlighting offensive line struggles, but also some quality adjustments that the unit made. 3. Blitz concepts that worked against the Patriots, and how the Patriots also have them in their system. 4. If Denver loses tonight, does Bill Belichick play the starters next Sunday against the Bills? 5.   more...
 
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Much has been made of the likely role played by winds over the Pacific in the slower increase of global average surface air temperatures over the last decade or so. The string of La Niñas they've generated, during which colder-than-average patches of water sit at the surface in the eastern equatorial Pacific, have created a time where the deeper ocean warms at the expense of the atmosphere. This isn't just relevant to the 2000s. While the long-term warming trend over the last century is clear, there are swings around that trend that researchers have studied to better understand the climate system.   more...
 
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ImmusanT is trying to prove that a vaccine it's developing can help celiac patients eat gluten without getting sick. Today, the Cambridge, MA-based company got enough dough to test that theory in real patients. ImmusanT has raised a $12 million Series B round from Vatera Healthcare Partners, the New York backer that helped get the startup off the ground in 2011 with a $20 million equity financing. ImmusanT will use the cash to take Nexvax2, the company's experimental immunotherapy for celiac disease, through a Phase 2 proof-of-concept study. It's the first time Nexvax2 will be tested in patients with the disorder-a critical moment in the company's progression.   more...
 
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