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Texan Who Says She Unknowingly Voted Illegally Is Sentenced To More Prison Time

She says no one ever told her she was ineligible to vote because of a felony offense.

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More than half of 147 Indigenous people who died in custody had not been found guilty

Guardian Australia investigation finds that 56% were on remand, died while fleeing police or during arrest, or were in protective custody • Deaths Inside: search the database More than half of the Indigenous people who died in custody since 2008 had not been convicted of a crime. A Guardian Australia investigation has found that while […]

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Germany hands back the remains of indigenous people killed in Namibia more than 100 years ago, whose skulls were studied in an attempt to prove the racial superiority of Europeans

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U.S. military says no plans to suspend more major exercises on Korean peninsula

The U.S. military has no plans yet to suspend any more major military exercises with South Korea, the defense secretary said on Tuesday, in the middle of a breakdown in diplomacy with North Korea over its nuclear weapons.

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The 'Muppets' director on his more adult version of puppetry

The ‘Muppets’ director on his more adult version of puppetry.

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More Afghans Are Calling For Peace, Gen. John Nicholson Says

The war in Afghanistan is America’s longest. Rachel Martin talks to Gen. John Nicholson about his outlook for Afghanistan. Until Sept. 2, he is the commander of U.S. and NATO forces in the country.

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The US Sells More Milk To Canada Than It Buys. So Why Does Trump Think That’s Bad?

Even the Mexican foreign minister says dairy is the issue as Canada’s foreign minister arrives in Washington. View Entire Post ›

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France’s Macron: Denmark can do more in European Union

Denmark can do more in Europe, French President Emmanuel Macron declared Tuesday as he pushed for a more closely united European Union and a continent that takes more responsibility for its own defense.

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Who made you an expert? Is America's distrust of 'elites' becoming more toxic?

It often stands hand-in-hand with a reciprocal tradition of heroism for the self-made man who, armed with instinct, self-reliance, and force of will, forgoes the Ivy towers and makes a fortune through a more native creativity, unrestrained and unadulterated. “I think it’s almost baked into the American character,” says Wendy Rahn, a professor of political […]

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