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ISIS preparing to attack India to provoke US into...
The ISIS is preparing to attack India to provoke an Armageddon-like confrontation with the US, according to an internal recruitment document of the much-feared group which also seeks to unite the...
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Islamic State Caliphate
Literacy opens doors to freedom
To the editor: Literacy Council Gulf Coast, Inc. has been teaching students and families in southwest Florida for over 25 years. We believe that literacy is the key that unlocks an individual's...
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Carl Bernstein: It’s as hard to understand Nixon ...
... Buzelli/for The Washington Post) Is it possible, four decades after the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, to report and write a great narrative biography of the man and his...
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Richard M. Nixon
Terror attack can't be ruled out: Keenan
FEDERAL Justice Minister Michael Keenan says it is impossible to say there will never be another terrorist attack in Australia, even as the nation ramps up its efforts to combat extremists. MR Keenan...
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Fact or fiction: A mother and father is better th...
Fact or fiction: A mother and father is better than same-sex parents Riding the momentum of the Irish referendum and United States supreme court ruling legalising same-sex marriage, there are...
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University of Connecticut
Donald Trump, Brought to You by 20 Years of Repub...
Donald Trump, Brought to You by 20 Years of Republican Politics Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives to a fundraising event at a golf course in the Bronx borough of New York,...
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Illinois’ prison system breeds poverty, destroys ...
I made that phone call about 15 years ago after covering a session of the Illinois Prisoner Review Board and watching the board members vote to release a long-serving inmate. The elated grandmother...
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Illinois Policy Institute
Iran deal: The best worst option
Arms control agreements are not usually struck between friendly nations. They are either signed by defeated or frightened states, or by enemies who view them as beneficial to their national security...
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
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Mohammad Javad Zarif
On April 18, two journalists arrived near a state-owned ranch in Tana River County in southeast Kenya to investigate residents' claims that local paramilitary police had impounded a large herd of...
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How Live Aid Changed Fundraising Forever
On July 13, 1985, Africa became a brand. The image of a starving Ethiopian girl named Birhan Woldu flickered across TV screens as Paul McCartney, David Bowie, and Madonna played beneath a “Feed the...
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The Awful Press Coverage of Lew and Lagarde That ...
By Nathan Tankus, a writer from New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @NathanTankus Part of the difficulty of writing in detail about the Greek crisis is how awful the reporting is. Headlines often...
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Jacob J. Lew
New York Times
Woman hopes story of abuse will help others escap...
Ruth Stewart was barely old enough to drive in 1966 when Jerry Allen — a dapper, smiling, well-dressed teenager — asked her to marry him in the hallway of the chapel at her sister's wedding in...
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The 25 cities in America with the best income equ...
In many of the studies we report on, larger American cities are the focus. However, as we here in the Beehive State know, Utah is a whole lot more than just Salt Lake City and Provo; Texans would...
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Local governments maintain large savings
Alex Day, 9, in red, jumps off a piece of new playground equipment at Town Creek Park in Brunswick County while his brother, Tyler, 11, in blue,...StarNewsOnline.comJuly 6, 2015 10:47...
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Why America's stock market is shrinking
NEW YORK — Believe it or not, the U.S. stock market had way more companies back when Mark McGwire was chasing homerun records. The number of publicly listed U.S. stocks peaked at a record 7,562...
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IMF to not bend rules over Greece debt issue
IMF to not bend rules over Greece debt issue The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that the fund will not bend rules on debts owed by Greece but would remain...
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Public transit in Hampton Roads a long way from a...
Heavily subsidized Light rail expansion has been slow since the 7.4 mile-long Tide opened in Norfolk in 2011. A 3.1-mile expansion linking downtown Norfolk to Virginia Beach Town Center has been...
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Why Obama Is Leaving Greece To Fend For Itself Ag...
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration is effectively sitting out the contentious talks over the festering economic crisis in Greece, despite increasingly extreme demands from the German government in...
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Europeans told to bring Greece back from the brin...
Mr Lew said it was no longer clear that there will be a solution to Greece’s turmoil. He said both parties were gambling with the stability of the global economy in entertaining the prospect of a...
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Play to your strengths, cities told
Brisbane Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner. Photo: Glenn Hunt Cities must identify and invest in their strengths as globalisation radically re-shapes the digital trading environment, the Asia Pacific...
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