For days, as police cars lined the perimeter of Harlem Park in Baltimore, residents were unable to enter their neighborhood without showing IDs.
A guilty verdict against Ratko Mladic, who presided over siege warfare in Bosnia during the 1990s, carries a message on the crimes in Yemen today.
Hagar Chemali, who worked in various Obama administration positions, is paid six figures to shape the debate about the Yemen War at the United Nations.
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Former Interim DNC Chair Donna Brazile said talking about Bill Clinton's past at this time distracts from the “pervasive problem” of sexual harassment.
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This week the Trump administration removed more than 50,000 Haitians from TPS, a program that allows them to live and work in the United States.
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The Villacis-Guerrero family has worked for 16 years to legalize their status in the U.S. Now they're being deported.
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Before she shares Thanksgiving dinner with her father, Anna Jane Joyner plans to meditate, do yoga, and drink several mimosas.
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Gen. John Hyten diz que não cumpriria ordem de ataque ilegal. Para especialistas, qualquer uso de armas nucleares violaria o direito internacional.
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Multiple reports of rape and other abuses by security researcher Morgan Marquis-Boire were described in The Verge this past weekend.
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“Prisoners do not have access to the media outlets or social media platforms that have helped make sexual assault a national topic of conversation."
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The president's likely pick to control the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could spark a titanic legal battle.
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The administration prepares to file its first response to lawsuits challenging new rules that reinstate discriminatory health care pricing for women.
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The Republican tax plan wants to tax bootstraps.
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Gen. John Hyten vows not to follow an illegal launch order. But many experts say any decision to use nuclear weapons would violate international law.
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Para impedir que assunto continue a ser debatido no Congresso, Sérgio Petecão despreza audiências públicas e questão central do cultivo para uso medicinal.
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The Young Turks abruptly cut ties with reporter Jordan Chariton after initially placing him on administrative following allegations of sexual assault.
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Nebraska approved the Keystone XL pipeline Monday, eliminating a major hurdle to construction of a project that galvanized opposition across the country.
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For more than two years, the U.S. government has backed Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen every step of the way.
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It’s not just the Trump administration that has wildly unrealistic expectations for what small-scale, experimental clean coal technology can do.
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