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Release of Classified Pages on Foreign 9/11 Support Imminent

Washington, D.C. Nearly 15 years after terrorists hijacked four passenger jets and crashed them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., and a farm field in Pennsylvania, 28 pages detailing foreign support for the attackers could soon be made public. World Trade Center 9/11/01. Photo: Cyril Attias. Only a select […]

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VIDEO: At Least 32 Dead in Second Japan Earthquake

Tokyo, Japan (Reuters) – Japanese rescuers were digging through the rubble of buildings and mud on Saturday to reach dozens believed trapped after a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck a southern island, killing at least 32 people and injuring about a thousand. Tweet

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Boston Globe Publishes Satire Showing ‘Trump’s America’

Washington, D.C. The Boston Globe does not support Donald Trump’s campaign for U.S. president. The newspaper, one of the most prominent in the United States, published a page of fake articles Sunday that it said are a vision of how the United States will look if Trump wins. A portion of a satirical front page […]

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VIDEO: Cruz Wins Wisconsin, Proving ‘NeverTrump’ Has Hope

Milwaukee, WI. Republican Ted Cruz’s decisive victory over Donald Trump in Wisconsin gave him momentum at a crucial time and put pressure on the front-running Trump to show he can absorb the shock and bounce back in upcoming primary states. Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas, dominated Tuesday’s vote in Wisconsin, a sign he is […]

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VIDEO: Panama Papers First Fallout – Iceland’s PM Resigns

New York, N.Y.  And he’s gone! If you hadn’t yet memorized the name of Iceland’s prime minister – not a problem. He quit after the Panama Papers connected his family to offshore holdings. Tweet

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Poverty: Quite Simply, It Could Be You

Baltimore, MD. Poverty as defined by the Center for Disease Control is, “when a person or group of people lack human needs because they cannot afford them. Human needs include clean water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing, and shelter.” Poverty has always been an idea in my head as those people you see on the […]

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Kenya Bans Music Video Saying It Promotes Gay Rights

Nairobi, Kenya. Kenyan state regulators have banned a locally produced song and accompanying music video that call for equal treatment of LGBT individuals, something regulators say violates Kenya’s anti-homosexuality law. The song is a remix of the American single “Same Love,” released in 2012 by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at the height of the same-sex […]

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Cuban-American Youth More Open to Improved U.S.-Cuba Relations

Miami, FL. Like many young Cuban-Americans in Miami, 18-year-old Stephanie Chaviano grew up speaking two languages: Spanish, at home, and English, in school. President Barack Obama’s change in policy toward Cuba comes as the Cuban-American population itself is changing – in its demographics, views of U.S.-Cuba policy and its politics. Chaviano has spent her entire […]

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