Beijing Bans New Bike Deliveries to Its Bike-Sharing Plan

Beijing's local authorities made an announcement regarding the prohibition of adding more bikes to the shared bikes program. A spokesperson for Beijing's Municipal Commission for Transport says that a total of 15 companies use 2.35 million shared bikes. The shared bikes program is to relieve…

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Paul Ryan does not accept Republican nomination

There have been many speculations about Paul Ryan accepting a nomination for president. These were not really born out of air since there were some solid situations that led some to think he might accept. One of those was a very eloquent speech about politics on April that sound very candidate-like.…

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Dan Rather Rants Against Trump

Real estate mogul, Donald Trump has risen to be the unlikely US presidential candidate of the Republican Party. Countless times, Trump has made comments that have rubbed people the wrong way. Dan Rather, a former CBS Evening News anchor, is the latest celebrity to voice his displeasure of statements…

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Baltimore Officer acquitted

‘Black Lives Matter’ is a phrase we are all more than familiar with, but how is the public reacting to the recent release of Caesar Goodson, Jr., a black police officer accused of negligent driving that killed a man in custody? On Thursday, a judge found the sole officer charged with…

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Obama says US & UK will Remain Close Allies after Brexit

Following U.K. decision to break from the European Union, Barrack Obama, the President of the United States, has stated that the US and the United Kingdom will continue to be close allies and partners despite the outcome of the referendum. Nonetheless, the Democrats and Republicans have different…

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What is Brexit?

Spawning from political parties and advocacy groups within the UK alike, the concept of “Brexit” is the name of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union itself. The issue has been addressed in a previous vote in 1975, and will continue on to be addressed once more in…

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Obama Visits Vietnam and Japan

Before President Barack Obama steps out of the office at the end of 2016, the government formed an Asian tour, dubbed his farewell visit. Earlier this week, the President started the tour and two of the first countries he set foot in were Vietnam and Japan. The U.S. leader openly expressed his…

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Virginia GOP Sues Gov. McAuliffe re: Voting Rights Felon

The Virginia Republican Grand Old Party filed a case in court to nullify the Governor Terry McAuliffe order to restore 206,000 felons’ rights to vote. The Republicans are of the idea that the move would have a significant impact on the upcoming November presidential elections due to the fact…

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Syrian refugees feel abandoned on Jordan’s border

Since the civil conflict exploded in Syria in 2011, millions of refugees have escaped with their lives. Four years after leaving everything behind, these refugees have definitively had a hard time assimilating with the new life they were forced to have. The truth is that living as refugees in a…

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Boko Haram uses children as suicide bombers

The African terrorist group Boko Haram has been using children as suicide bombers as a new strategy against Western Africa. Some of them are as young as 8 years old. In 2014, according to United Nations, four children were used in such attacks. As of last year, 44 children have been used in suicide…

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Trump’s foreign policy speech is contradictory

As an “outsider candidate”, Donald Trump has been able to rally a base of supporters on mainly domestic issues, such as immigration. However, as Trump closes in on the Republican nomination, he’ll need to show a higher level of knowledge regarding foreign policy. Being aware of the…

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Panama Papers have African connections

The leaked Panama Papers continue to have heavy implications for the international community showing how deep corruption can run as wealthy individuals and even those in government look to avoid paying their fair share of taxes. Now it seems the corruption has extended to Africa with corruption in…

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Paul Ryan will not stand as a presidential candidate

As the GOP Convention is approaching, there are serious debates about who will be the best candidate. As Republicans wait for the convention to take place, something interesting is actually going on. Weeks ago, it was thought that Trump could bring enough delegates to win the nomination. But now…

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Clinton & DeBlasio make a

Given the prevalence of smartphones everywhere, it’s important to remember that anything you say in public can go out to everyone in the world, and lasts forever. Such was the case at this year’s New York City press dinner. During the event, Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and New…

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Trump’s campaign manager charged with battery

Trump’s campaign manager, Cory Lewandowski has been charged with misdemeanour battery due to an altercation he had with a reporter on March 8, 2016. According to Donald Trump, he is saying that the charges are false and have no substance. Lewandowski denies that he had an altercation of any…

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Who is not allowed to contribute to U.S. Presidential campaigns?

The FEC - Federal Election Commission encourages U.S citizens to actively participate in the federal election process and also can support Federal candidates and the committees. Federal elections are for the President, Vice President, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. Financial…

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What happens at the Republican National Convention?

The Republican National Convention is the gathering of the Republican Party to choose their nominees for President and Vice-president for the November 2016 election. This convention will be held on July 18-21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. This is how the election of nominees…

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ISIS suspected of planning Presidential Election disruption

ISIS is suspected of planning a Paris-style attack in the United States during the election this coming November. It is suggested they will use gun warfare and bombs. The terrorists and the militants have attacked 20 countries other than Iraq and Syria since 2014. It is expected that the number of…

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Obama to host Trudeau at White House gala

President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau in their first official visit to the White House. Both the nation's National Anthems were played. Justin Trudeau is the first Canadian Prime Minister…

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Where's the $6 million Trump raised in Iowa for veterans?

Donald Trump conducted a campaign for veterans near Drake University, in Des Moines, Iowa last month and stated that he had raised $6 million for the veterans and personally contributed $1 million and an additional $1.67 million has been raised online. The campaign officials are not giving the exact…

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Some Think Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel Peace Prize should be Revoked

The recent course of action taken by Aung San Kyi seems to amaze many. The powerful leader is the de facto head of Myanmar. For an extended period, she was full of vigor and willpower towards attaining freedom for her country and its people. Despite unsuccessful liberty efforts, the people of…


Newborns Die in Hospital Fire in Baghdad

A fire razed Yarmouk Hospital in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Tuesday night. The horrible incident caught the attention of the world media. The casualties were twelve newborn babies some of whom had been born prematurely. The official report gave the cause of the fire as an electrical fault. The…


Freedom of movement (passports) after Brexit

With waters raging out of control in the Eastern United States and fires engulfing thousands of acres on the Western coast, many American’s are wondering what Brexit is and why there is so much fuss about it. Brexit is just an abbreviation for “British Exit”, which took place on…


Why women are angry with Trump’s opinions

Donald Trump has based his campaign in terms of racism and sore words against women and what they represent. His misogyny seems to surface in his speeches and this has not been received well by women. Trump went from being outsider to becoming controversial and spewing his opinions without any…


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Class Action Started Over Equifax Breach of Information

Equifax is currently between a rock and a hard place. The company gave out the information that a significant cyber attack may have revealed personal data for 143 million U.S clients. The number forms an unimaginable 44% of the entire U.S populace. As if that is not enough, they also say that new…


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