Santiago Maldonado of Argentina is missing

Santiago Maldonado is just 28 years old was last seen at the indigenous-rights demonstration in Patagonia last month. The social media channels in all of Argentina are bursting with messages from angry and frustrated people who want to know the whereabouts of Santiago. At a recent talk show, the…

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Obama’s Equal Pay Rule halted by Trump

One of Obama’s successes during his tenure as the US president was to ensure that large companies disclose to the federal government how much they pay their employees by gender and race. This rule was to bridge the wage gap between gender and racial groups by enhancing greater transparency. In…

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US Sanctions Not Intimidating North Korea

For the last few weeks, North Korea and The United States have being exchanging threats and counter threats. North Korea has threatened to launch missiles targeting the United States. Countries, such as China, have warned North Korea to not proceed with such a heinous act and have stated…

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Fatal tanker crash in Quebec

A truck carrying 50,000 litres of diesel fuel exploded after it hit another truck on Highway 40. Within minutes, the truck caught fire and the driver died in the ensuing fire. Four other vehicles were also destroyed in the explosion. Another man tried to rescue the truck driver, Gilbert Prince, but…

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Obama's Plan for Illegal Immigrants Denied by US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court voted against Obama's plan for illegal immigrants. This is the result of a tie decision, the 4-4 ruling that favored those states which have expressed disapproval of the president's plan to provide deportation pardon to millions of illegal immigrants. The justices only…

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GOP Senator Johnson calls Social Security a Ponzi scheme

Senator Ron Johnson has come under fire after making the statement that Social Security is nothing more than a “legal Ponzi scheme” and extended his support for privatizing the program. Though he made it clear that he supported a privately run organization, he said the public just…

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SEC accuses Breitling Energy of $80 million fraud

Fracking has been a huge and debatable issue in the United States for years, but recently a major fracking company has come under scrutiny for another reason. On Friday, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged Breitling Energy Corp, its chief executive Chris Faulkner, and seven other…

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Cameron resigns after Brexit vote

The vote heard around the world has left Britain in a state of disarray. Brexit, the chosen name for the British exit from the European Union, has surged largely out of nowhere, and stands to leave Britain in the dark and without the Prime Minister that led them there. In response to public outcry,…

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North Korean Rocket Washes Ashore

On June 23, 2016, a suspected rocket nose-cone washed up on one of the Japanese beaches and elicited mixed reactions from citizens and leaders from all across the globe. The nose is believed to be part of an advanced nose-cone from a North Korean rocket that is specifically tailored to protect the…

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Four climbers die on Everest in four days

Mount Everest, the ultimate attraction to the many that want to take up the challenge of reaching the top, has claimed four more lives in four days, from May 18th to May 22nd. These four deaths mark the first of the 2016 climbing’s. This mountain is known for drawing in and killing many…

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Mansour confirmed dead

Mullah Ahktar Mansour, elected leader of the Taliban in 2015, was reportedly killed May 21st, 2016. The kill happened in Balochistan, Pakistan, and was executed via drone strike. John Kerry, current US Secretary of State, said Mansour was a “continuing, imminent threat to US personnel.”…

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Ancient Roman coins found in Spain by construction workers

Construction workers have unearthed a 1,300-pound trove of ancient coins. These were found to be Roman coins dated in the 3rd and 4th century A.D. The discovery was made in the city of Tomares, in Andalusia while workers were working on water pipelines. What makes this discovery especially…

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UN ambassador's motorcade kills boy in Cameroon

There is an unfortunate history of road accidents that occur as motorcades transporting political figures careen through populated areas. The latest incident recently took place in Cameroon: Samantha Powers, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, were being transported through the…

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N. Korea jails two Americans

A U.S. citizen of Korean ancestry was sentenced on April 30 to 10 years in prison, accused of spying on Kim Jong-un’s government and stealing state documents. This would be the second American North Korea convicts to prison. North Korean Supreme Court found Kim Dong Chul guilty of espionage…

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Clinton urges Britain to stay in European Union

As a Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton is in a unique situation relative to the others. Thanks to her experience as Secretary of State, her resume in international affairs is certainly more credentialed than anyone else in the current field. Therefore, when it comes to international issues…

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Delgado added to FBI's Most Wanted List

Brenda Delgado is accused of plotting the death of a Dallas dentist who was dating her former boyfriend. After the murder, she fled to Mexico, according to authorities. All this took place on or about September 2, 2015. Since that time and for seven months, Delgado was on the run and on Wednesday,…

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Educators blame Trump for increase in bullying

Donald Trump’s campaign has followed a predictable pattern: he says something controversial, the media swarms to cover it, and his poll numbers only seem to go up no matter what he says. Regardless of how you might feel about this method it’s clearly working, and has driven Trump to…

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N. Korea demands halt to US & S. Korean war games

North Korea was recently in the news over their claim of readiness to attack its enemies with nuclear weapons. Whether or not they have this capability is up for debate, but it is certain that tensions between the nation and most of the world outside its borders are scaling up. A few weeks after the…

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Macedonian police fire tear gas at refugees

High tensions continue in the Balkans where thousands of refugees are seeking new routes to Northern Europe since March 9 when Macedonia completely shut its borders to refugees coming from Greece. Last week, Macedonian police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at hundreds of refugees who were…

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DEA's counter drug plane still not flying over Afghanistan

For decades, Afghanistan has been a hub of illegal drug activity. As the war on terrorism rages on, the “war on drugs” continues as well. In an effort to better combat Afghanistan’s drug issue, the DEA purchased an ATR 42-500 aircraft that was modified to better monitor…

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Scott Kelly ends year in US space station

Scott Joseph Kelly is an American astronaut, engineer, and retired U.S Navy Captain. Kelly has been sent on three space missions. In 2012, Kelly, along with a Russian astronaut, Mikhail Korniyenko, were selected for a year-long mission to the space station. These two astronauts returned home to…

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Democrats need Sanders to stay in the race

This is how things are running for the Democratic Party right now. On Super Tuesday, Clinton showed her supremacy by winning a lot of major states. There is support from elected officials and important wins, as polls have shown. The downfall for Clinton though, is that, despite all these great…

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Miss Yingying wakes from coma & accuses boyfriend

A Chinese woman who woke up from a coma in May last year has accused her boyfriend stating that it was he who put her in such state. This turned this once-hailed hero into a “villain”. When Lin Yingyin (22) was in a coma for 8 months, her 24 year-old boyfriend, Liu Fenghe, committed…

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NJ Governor Chris Christie To Run For Presidency

Just yesterday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, announced that he will be taking his tough-talking style national as he runs for the upcoming Republican presidential nomination. Christie’s announcement takes the Republican presidential count to 14, a divisively high number. Christie went…

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Joe Biden's Kids Encouraged Him To Run For President in 2016

According to the Wall Street Journal, Vice President Joe Biden's sons, Beau and Hunter, encouraged their father to run for the oval office in 2016. Last month, Biden's 46-year-old son, Beau, died of brain cancer, but was always a firm believer in his father and what he could do for this…

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Donald Trump Announces Bid For Presidency

Donald Trump is no longer only a billionaire mogul and business magnate; he is now running for President of the United States. Trump formally announced his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on June 16, 2015 at the Trump Tower in New York. Donald Trump walked onto the stage…

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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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Dan Markel’s Ex-wife denies involvement in his death

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Lawsuit Accuses 2 Companies of Negligent Advice Re: Flint Water

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