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No Big Deal, Just A US President Telling A Former Russian President He Needs To Eat More

In US–Russia relations, what’s old is new again. View Entire Post ›

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How Much Do You Really Know About The World?

It turns out that people know much less than they think. View Entire Post ›

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An Immigration Raid On A Rural Texas Assembly Plant Was ICE's Largest At A Worksite In 10 Years

ICE agents arrested 160 suspected undocumented workers at the north Texas worksite this week. View Entire Post ›

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This Is How Russian Propaganda Actually Works In The 21st Century

Skype logs and other documents obtained by BuzzFeed News offer a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the Kremlin’s propaganda machine. View Entire Post ›

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The Cave Rescuer Elon Musk Called A "Pedo" Has Lawyered Up And Is Preparing A Libel Claim

“You published through three different tweets to your twenty-two million followers that Mr. Unsworth engages in the sexual exploitation of Thai children, and you did so at a time when he was working to save the lives of twelve Thai children.” View Entire Post ›

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The State Department Changed Its Mind About Spending $230 Million On Syria

The funds were redirected after the State Department received promises and pledges from coalition partners, notably Saudi Arabia, for funding to help stabilize the country. View Entire Post ›

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"The Daily Show" Compared Pakistan's New Prime Minister To Donald Trump And People Are Upset

“Please do some research,” one commenter implored the Comedy Central show. View Entire Post ›

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The US Warns It Might Resume Drills With South Korea After Talks With The North Stall

Trump ordered the exercises suspended after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. View Entire Post ›

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A Journalist Says He Was Banned From The UN For His Reporting. The UN Says It’s About His Behavior.

Matthew Lee has long been seen as a gadfly at the UN. But now, he’s been banned for “multiple complaints … from Member States, United Nations correspondents, as well as United Nations Staff.” View Entire Post ›

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