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A story that surfaced in the past two college football seasons involved University of Missouri quarterback James Franklin's recovery from shoulder injuries.
The nimble runner and accurate passer missed games in both the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Several media reports that delved into the injury also noted a newsworthy and unique angle -- Franklin had chosen not to take numbing pain killers to enable him to return to the playing field sooner than he would have while waiting for his injuries to heal naturally.
It's not a new concept, or a newly created term such as "selfie," the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year for 2013. A "selfie" is a term Oxford describes as a photograph taken of oneself, typically with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website.
The declaration of the Word of the Year was a big sensation, covered extensively on NBC, PBS Newshour, the Guardian of London, Fox News, USA Today, the New York Times and many more media outlets
The Archdiocese of St. Louis and Catholic Charities of St. Louis have refiled a lawsuit against the federal government challenging the legality of the U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate on health care insurance coverage the Church finds morally objectionable.
A statement from the archdiocese noted that the lawsuit was filed at this time because the U.S. government's implementation of the HHS mandate is approaching and no acceptable compromise respecting religious liberty has been offered.
A federal judge has dismissed lawsuit from the Archdiocese of St. Louis and Catholic Charities against the United States government, which challenges the constitutionality of the HHS health care mandate.