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2015/04/25 12:28
2015/04/25 12:28
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Today In History, April 25 Saturday April 25, 2015 7:23 AMUPDATED: Saturday April 25, 2015 7:27 AM Today is Saturday, April 25, the 115th day of 2015. There are 250 days left in the year. Today's...
2015/04/25 12:28
2015/04/25 12:28
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2015/04/25 10:19
2015/04/25 10:19
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Saturday, April 25, is the 115th day of 2015. There are 250 days left in the year. Demonstrators set up at the J.W. Harvey women's store to give out free samples of "Vacuum Improved" coffee, "the...
2015/04/24 22:45
2015/04/24 22:45
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The story of the U.S.-led destabilization of Central America began in 1954, with the overthrow of the elected Guatemalan government of President Jacobo Arbenz. A populist leader inspired by President...
2015/04/21 10:45
2015/04/21 10:45
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The story of the U.S.-led destabilization of Central America began in 1954, with the overthrow of the elected Guatemalan government of President Jacobo Arbenz. A populist leader inspired by President...
2015/04/20 01:09
2015/04/20 01:09
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SAN SALVADOR - When Guadalupe Vasquez became pregnant at 17 after being raped by a neighbor of the house where she worked as a maid, she decided she wanted the baby. She even picked out a name:...
2015/04/19 09:14
2015/04/19 09:14
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It was 4 a.m. when two cops galloped up the stairs of the quiet Kendall home, turned left, and burst into the boys' room. One was a monster, a tall blond officer in cargo jeans, a T-shirt, and boots....
2015/04/18 02:27
2015/04/18 02:27
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JFK's advisors proposed a traditional Democratic approach: temporary targeted tax cuts. But Kennedy insisted on lower tax rates that would create much higher rewards for work, saving, and investment....
2015/04/16 07:45
2015/04/16 07:45
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The story of the U.S.-led destabilization of Central America began in 1954, with the overthrow of the elected Guatemalan government of President Jacobo Arbenz. A populist leader inspired by President...
2015/04/16 06:18
2015/04/16 06:18
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... win ‘Moral Courage’ essay contest Two Holy Family Catholic School students who took first and second place in the middle school category of a two-state essay contest will be honored today in...
2015/04/14 13:11
2015/04/14 13:11
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Rivas, Nicaragua - The tiny town of La Junta, located near Rivas in southwestern Nicaragua, is home to nearly 100 families, most of whom have farmed their land here for generations. Soon that will...
2015/04/14 09:12
2015/04/14 09:12
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Günter Grass, who has died aged 87, was Germany’s best-known postwar novelist, a man of titanic energy and zest who, besides his fiction-writing, enjoyed the cut and thrust of political debate and...
2015/04/09 01:45
2015/04/09 01:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2015/04/07 20:53
2015/04/07 20:53
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MEXICO CITY — President Barack Obama will find himself in perhaps the strongest diplomatic position in years for a U.S. leader when he travels to Jamaica and Panama this week, the result of broad,...
2015/04/07 10:56
2015/04/07 10:56
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The age-old saying is true: If we don’t learn history, we’re doomed to repeat it. The single biggest historical secret which people haven’t yet learned is false flag terrorism. There are many...
2015/04/04 13:42
2015/04/04 13:42
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La Uniòn is a 2,000-person farming community in Nicaragua. It is slated, along with other communities, to be sacrificed to industrial progress at the hands of the Hong Kong-funded Grand Canal, the...
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2015/04/01 17:43
2015/04/01 17:43
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After making three nearly perfect records of quasi-pop music, "Discreet Music" is Eno's first venture into purely ambient electronic music. He had explored the idea in his previous solo work (and...
2015/03/28 21:18
2015/03/28 21:18
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Russia has once again started to flex its muscles in a bid to rebuild its influence in the Central American state of Nicaragua, McClatchy DC reports. Moscow may strike a possible arms deal with...
2015/03/27 18:20
2015/03/27 18:20
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Russian influence is back in Latin America in a big way, along with a "clear return to Cold War-tactics." And it's happening at a time when the US military admits that it faces a "near-total lack of...
2015/03/27 05:56
2015/03/27 05:56
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With established city centre favourites Sandinista and Smokestack already under their belts, Shane Quigley and Si Ord, the men behind the Black Swan pub, clearly know how to succeed in Leeds. And...
2015/03/26 16:33
2015/03/26 16:33
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The snarky quip attributed to 19th-century French Foreign Minister Charles Maurice de Talleyrand -- "It was worse than a crime; it was a blunder" -- has recently been making the rounds to deride a...
2015/04/25 12:28
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