ICE releases immigrant families from detention centers in ‘poor conditions’
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ICE releases immigrant families from detention centers in ‘poor conditions’

Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) released over 460 mothers and children from two migrant detention…

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‘Greed & privilege’  Pentagon reportedly buried evidence of $125bn waste
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‘Greed & privilege’ Pentagon reportedly buried evidence of $125bn waste

The Pentagon had the opportunity to save $125 billion by streamlining its bureaucracy, but instead…

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Hung Jury in the trial of Officer Michael Slager suggests racial animus
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Hung Jury in the trial of Officer Michael Slager suggests racial animus

The trial of Officer Michael Slager (who shot the unarmed Walter Scott and then misrepresented…

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Technological crystal ball: MIT creates program to predict future
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Technological crystal ball: MIT creates program to predict future

MIT’s computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory has developed technology to “predict the future.” When…

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Obamacare on the chopping block? Reality of repeal starting to set in
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Obamacare on the chopping block? Reality of repeal starting to set in

Even though repealing Obamacare was central to Trump’s campaign, his promises to “repeal and replace”…

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‘We want it built in America and bought in America’ – Rep. Jack Kingston
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‘We want it built in America and bought in America’ – Rep. Jack Kingston

The head of Japan’s Softbank promises to invest 50 billion dollars in American startups and…

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Inmates rights newspaper deemed “threatening,” banned in US prisons
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Inmates rights newspaper deemed “threatening,” banned in US prisons

Nearly three months after the largest prison strike in US history, involving roughly 20,000 prisoners,…

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Italy PM Matteo Renzi to resign as Euroskeptics vie for power
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Italy PM Matteo Renzi to resign as Euroskeptics vie for power

Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will step down, after losing a referendum that many took…

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Breakthrough “faux blood cells” may save lives
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Breakthrough “faux blood cells” may save lives

Medical researchers have developed a kind of purified hemoglobin coated with a synthetic polymer. Previous…

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Activists protest Wells Fargo for providing loan for Dakota Access Pipeline
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Activists protest Wells Fargo for providing loan for Dakota Access Pipeline

Environmental and indigenous rights activists gathered to protest Wells Fargo in NYC for providing a…

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