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Hillary Clinton[ See all 334 articles, 213 photos, 2 discussions, 4 comments ]

Hillary Clinton in the News

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USA Today- Hillary Clinton reminded delegates of America's history and how the founding fathers' lessons can help improve the country today during her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Hillary Clinton: We have to work together to rise up Hillary Clinton reminded delegates of America's history and how the founding fathers' lessons can help improve the country today during her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Comment?

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Pope Benedict XVI[ See all 49 articles, 26 photos ]

Pope Benedict XVI in the News

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WaPo- Faithful participating in World Youth Days cheer as a tram carrying Pope Francis pulls up in Krakow's Jordan Park, Poland, Thursday, July 28, 2016. The Pope is on a five-day visit to Poland which will culminate with the World Youth Day on Sunday. Comment?

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Summer Olympics[ See all 98 articles, 53 photos ]

Summer Olympics in the News

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LA Times- Novak Djokovic will be looking for his first golf medal in Rio because he says the Zika virus threat is 'not as dangerous' as most people believe. Novak Djokovic will be looking for his first golf medal in Rio because he says the Zika virus threat is 'not as dangerous' as most people believe. Comment?

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China[ See all 116 articles, 50 photos ]

China in the News

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WaPo- Decorative plaques featuring Chinese leaders of the past and present, including current president Xi Jinping , are seen at a souvenir stall in Beijing in 2014. Teng Biao is a human rights lawyer and a visiting fellow at New York University's U.S.-Asia Law Institute. Comment?
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Syria[ See all 54 articles, 23 photos ]

Syria in the News

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CNN- Syrian jihadist group Jabhat al Nusra has announced it is severing ties with al Qaeda and changing its name to Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham, according to a video statement from leader Abu Mohammad al-Golani. Though Golani, in his first video appearance, said the new group will have "no affiliation to any external entity," U.S. officials quickly dismissed the rebranding as a public relations ploy. Comment?

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Wall Street[ See all 13 articles, 8 photos, 1 discussion, 17 comments ]

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WSJ- Wynn Resorts Ltd. posted second-quarter results above Wall Street estimates as revenue from Macau operations increased following seven quarterly declines. Comment?

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Nba[ See all 39 articles, 22 photos ]

Nba in the News

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CNN- Bluz: Decision is about more than just losing a game. It's about taking a stand against ignorance and hate Bluz is a multi-Emmy award winning poet and was Slam Master and Coach of the 2007 and 2008 award winning competitive slam team Slam Charlotte. Comment?

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Bill Clinton[ See all 63 articles, 39 photos, 1 discussion, 8 comments ]

Bill Clinton in the News

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CBS- When Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday, making her the first woman presidential nominee of a major party in U.S. history, multiple major newspapers chose to run with a front-page photograph of former President Bill Clinton. The Seattle Times was one of the newspapers that ran with a photograph of Bill's stump speech , and they, along with others, were accused of sexism on social media for the editorial decision. Comment?
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Climate Change[ See all 11 articles, 7 photos ]

Climate Change in the News

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WaPo- Asian tiger mosquitoes are a vector for Zika, and climate change is prolonging their active season in the U.S. As if climate change wasn't already bad enough, we now have one more reason to change course. Summer heat is hanging around longer, the days are becoming more humid, and mosquito season is lengthening, which means an increased risk of vector-borne diseases like Zika. Comment?

North Korea[ See all 12 articles, 8 photos ]

North Korea in the News

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USA Today- A top North Korean diplomat on Thursday warned the United States had "crossed the red line" and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals. North Korea: U.S. declared war with sanctions A top North Korean diplomat on Thursday warned the United States had "crossed the red line" and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals. Comment?

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