One man has a new kidney but it appears that he may have lost his heart in the process.
According to the Daily Mail, 45-year-old Andy Lamb dumped his wife after she gave him a life saving kidney.
Samantha Lamb, 41, said her husband was suffering with kidney failure when she opted to give him one of her kidneys to save his life. However, Mrs. Lamb claims that after receiving the kidney, her husband left her to be with another woman.
Mrs. Lamb lost 20lbs in order to donate her kidney and now she wants her kidney back.
Mr. Lamb says he never asked his wife to donate the kidney, he told the Daily Mail, “I never wanted her to donate the kidney because it was a big risk, but she insisted and I will always owe her my life.”
He also denies that he left his wife…
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Challenging lawmakers to help him create greater economic opportunity, President Barack Obama will use his State of the Union address Tuesday to announce he’s raising the minimum wage for new federal contract workers to $10.10 an hour, underscoring a go-it-alone strategy in an election year critical to Democrats’ hopes for gains in Congress.
Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress will be wrapped in a unifying theme: The federal government can play a key role in increasing opportunities for Americans who have been left behind, unable to benefit from a recovering economy.
Yet the president will deliver a split message, pressing issues that will distinguish him and Democrats from Republicans, critical in a year of midterm elections.
Illustrating his willingness to act on his own, the White House says Obama will announce that he will sign an executive order increasing the minimum wage from $7.25 to…
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The Dr. Frank S. Greene Scholars Program dedicates its focus on preparing and challenging students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, also know as the STEM fields. Now in its 12th year, the Greene Scholar Programs (GSP) Science Fair, held this past weekend in San Jose, Calif., has been one of the most-dynamic events focusing on the excellence of African-American students in the Bay Area.
The San Jose Mercury News reported on the event, and spoke with several of the young participants, ranging from grades from third to 12th. One sixth-grader’s science presentation was rather impressive given his young age, and the 11-year-old raised a fine question with his experiment regarding the Tesla Motors electric car.
“As a car guy, I wondered if this small change would alter the aerodynamics of the car,” said Ayinde Olukotun, who attends Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School in Palo Alto.
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