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Brazil is adopting the security of the future after securing a deal with a robot manufacturer to deploy robots programmed to police the 2014 FIFA World Cup games. The Brazilian government has agreed to pay...

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There’s very little question that this so-called punk rock protest band called Pussy Riot is nothing more than an American backed psy-op designed to discredit the Russians in the propaganda press.  With that said, it...

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A proposed government study of how media organizations gather news has incited a powerful backlash, particularly among conservatives, who said that it could be part of an official effort to intimidate or second-guess journalists. Faced...

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Nearly half of Ohio kids get subsidized lunches

February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The percentage of students receiving subsidized school lunches hasn’t budged for four years, indicating that poverty persists for Ohio children and raising doubt about the state’s economic recovery. More than 800,000 kids — 44 percent...

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Halliburton dodges charges again

February 21, 2014 | 1 Comments

Halliburton Energy Services Inc. will not be charged criminally for transporting large quantities of hazardous waste for 12 years and storing it at an Indiana County site in violation of state environmental laws, the state...

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Two Brooklyn cops sideswiped a parked SUV, then arrested a man sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle, accusing him of damaging their car, a suit charges. And the officers would have gotten away...

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In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the...

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Israeli arms dealers twice tried to send spare parts for fighter planes to Iran, The Telegraph has established, flouting an international arms embargo and openly contradicting the bitter enmity between the Jewish state and the...

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Opposition leaders signed an agreement with President Viktor F. Yanukovych on Friday to try to defuse a deepening political crisis that has left scores of protesters and security officers dead and hundreds wounded in Kiev, the capital....

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A day after a boy was arrested and charged with a felony for throwing a snowball at a police officer, students outside George Leland Elementary continued to build snowmen and throw snowballs at each other...

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China cuts US debt holdings amid Fed taper

February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

China reduced its holdings of US Treasury debt in December by the most in two years as the Federal Reserve announced plans to slow asset purchases. US government bonds held by China – the biggest...

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US mulls bill punishing Israel boycotters

February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The United States Congress is the latest front in the battle over boycotting Israel. Two congressmen, Peter Roskam and Dan Lipinski – a Republican and Democrat respectively, both from the state of Illinois – have...

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The country’s embattled government said it was sending military units to the southwestern state of Tachira to restore order as supporters of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez continued to protest Thursday. However, the government stopped...

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Americans Are Taking on Debt at Scary High Rates

February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Americans are known risk-takers when it comes to their personal finances. While consumer spending has traditionally been one of the great engines of the U.S. economy, it also helped get the country into the Great Recession. So after...

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The Ukrainian parliament on Thursday passed a measure calling for a halt to a day-old “anti-terrorism operation” and ordering all law enforcement officers to cease fire and return to their barracks, the UNIAN news service...

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The international community stepped up the pressure on Ukraine‘s government on Thursday as Kiev witnessed one of the most violent days in its history. While the EU agreed on individual sanctions against Ukrainian officials and the...

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