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Trump’s Immigration Actions Could Shape Midterm Election

Washington, D.C. This week could turn out to be pivotal for the Trump White House as both major parties get ready for midterm congressional elections in November. President Donald Trump’s decision to reverse a policy of separating families coming across the U.S. southern border came in the wake of a political firestorm that fired up […]

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Peter Fonda Attacks Trump Family, Then Apologizes

Hollywood, CA. Easy Rider actor Peter Fonda, seemingly enraged watching children being ripped apart from their families because of Donald Trump policies on the Mexican border, tweeted a horrific Tweet today, since deleted, that the Secret Service is investigating. The actor later issued an apology for the tweet: “I went too far.” The anger, however, […]

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Children Separated from Parents Sob in Anguish at U.S. Border

Washington, D.C. The voices and faces of the Central American children separated from their parents at the U.S. border with Mexico are now emerging, lending a heart-rending human element to the debate over President Donald Trump’s controversial “zero-tolerance policy” towards illegal immigrants. The world heard several desperate, crying children Monday on an audio recording released […]

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In Miami: Fighting Gentrification By Making Little Haiti Great Again

Miami, FL. On a sunny Saturday afternoon in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, tropical music fills the air as two friends sip from a freshly cut coconut outside the Caribbean Marketplace. Nearby, two men are savoring grilled meat and Jamaican patties with rice and peas. Farther down the sidewalk, on the weekly market day, a group […]

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Haiti Bars Oxfam Great Britain After Sexual Abuse Scandal

Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitian government has permanently banned Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country after revelations of sexual misconduct by some of the charity’s staff members in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake. The government released a statement Wednesday announcing it was canceling the international charity’s status as a non-governmental organization, or […]

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U.N. Expresses Outrage Over Killing of Palestinian Medic in Gaza

New York, N.Y. United Nations officials have expressed their outrage over Friday’s killing by Israeli security forces of a 21-year-old Palestinian volunteer medic who was helping the injured along the Gaza border. “Healthcare workers must be allowed to perform their duties without fear of death or injury,” said the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator, Jamie McGoldrick. Attacks on […]

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National Security Division Focuses on Combating Cyberthreats 

Washington, D.C. The U.S. Justice Department’s National Security Division, created in response to the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, is increasingly focused on an emergent menace: cyberthreats posed by foreign countries, from Russia to China, the division head said Thursday. “In the past years, [the division’s mission] has come increasingly to include a focus on […]

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Trump Levels Unprecedented Attack Against Transgender Troops

San Francisco, C.A. How things can change from one administration to the next! Below is a picture of U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel addressing the audience during the Department of Defense’s lesbian, bi-sexual, gay and transgender pride recognition month event at the Pentagon’s auditorium in Washington, D.C., June 25, 2013.  Today, the White House is moving […]

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