Trump Suggests Military Action against North Korea a Possibility

Donald Trump, the US President, has declared that military action against North Korea is likelihood. He said that every day, the armed forces are preparing by bringing in the latest, striking, efficient and best tools in the world. He further says that this is the United State’s military…

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Who is Debbie Wasserman Schultz?

Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a politician in the US. She is a democrat within the House of Representatives from Florida. Debbie made her deepest mark on the political world in 2011 when she first assumed the role of Chairperson for the Democratic National Committee at the decision of President Barack…

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Is Gov. Bob Corker Considering Becoming Trump's Running Mate?

Gov. Bob Corker and the Republican Party front-runner, Donald Trump, met in New York City on May 23, which created rumours that the former is being considered as the camp’s bet for the vice presidential position. In an interview after the meeting, Corker denied the speculations that he would…

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Two missing Tequesta, Florida teens

There has been a wide and extensive coverage on the news regarding two teens that went missing after heading into the Atlantic off Jupiter in a 19-foot vessel. The boys, Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, both aged 14, went missing on July 24, 2015. Since last summer, new discoveries and clues of the…

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Cruz’s running mate is Fiorina

It was a bit of a puzzling move: despite being far back in the delegate count and all but knocked out of the running, Ted Cruz announced Carly Fiorina as his running mate. Why make such an announcement? Essentially, Cruz was still in the race at the time and had a vested interest in doing whatever…

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What Pataki said about Trump's nomination

George Pataki was a rarity in recent New York politics: a Republican governor. The fact that he was able to win such a high office despite his party affiliation in a “blue state” speaks to his ability to be more moderate in his views. As someone who does lean more moderately than the…

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Trump reneges on Republican rules he signed in Sept. 2015

As Donald Trump first started to gain steam as a Republican candidate for President last year, all potential nominees gathered for a public signing of a deal that would bar the field from running as a third party candidate. Mainly, this was done to lock Trump into not turning against the Republican…

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Rubio wants to keep delegates on lockdown to stop Trump

The Republican primaries have certainly not played out the way most predicted. Marco Rubio had been considered a strong favorite to land the nomination, and win the general election thanks to his Hispanic heritage and youth, among other factors. However, Donald Trump’s candidacy has changed…

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What Trump says about US anti-torture laws

The millionaire mogul, Donald Trump, is taking over polls and appears to be stronger than ever. His controversial message and attitude has created the unprecedented situation of supporters of the Republican Party gathering secretly to find out how to prevent him from being their representative in…

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Sanders & Clinton square off in Michigan debate

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton faced each other in a debate on Sunday night after a rather intense week which saw the Democrats obtain significant wins. The debate took place in Flint, Michigan and was hosted by CNN. The moderator, Anderson Cooper, explained that the reason to choose this city…

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Rubio wins Puerto Rico primary

On paper, Marco Rubio would seem to be the most electable Republican candidate. He is young with the energy to match, speaks eloquently, comes from an immigrant background, and holds true to his Party’s principles. Ironically, in a lot of ways his story is very similar to Barack Obama’s,…

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Sanders wins Maine

Bernie Sanders has been considered an underdog in the Democratic Primary elections since he announced his candidacy. Leading up to the first state primaries, his grassroots movement picked up steam particularly among younger voters. When voting started, he did win in New Hampshire, but Hillary…

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U.S. drone kills 150 Somali militants

The U.S. drone airstrike hit a training camp killing 150 militants and terrorists who were members of the Al-Shabaab group in Somalia. The aircraft targeted a training centre called ‘Raso camp’, located 120 miles north of Mogadishu. The camp had around 200 militant and trainers. These…

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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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