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Ukraine Military Takes Airfield From Separatists

Ukraine Military Takes Airfield From Separatists

In the midst of an ongoing military offensive launched by Ukraine’s government, military forces were able to take back a pro-Russian separatist occupied airfield near the town of Kramatorsk. Less than 100 miles away from the Russian border, Russian president Vladimir Putin has flexed his muscles, stationing thousands of Russian troops, tanks, fighters jets, and […]

U.S. Creates Fraud Twitter to Force Democracy in Cuba

U.S. Creates Fraud Twitter to Force Democracy in Cuba

The Associated Press has been made aware of over 1,000 pages of documents asserting that the U.S. government along with USAID founded a fraudulent Twitter company to force democracy in Cuba. The revelations were published early Thursday morning after an investigation from the AP uncovered ZunZuneo, the slang word in Cuba for a hummingbird’s tweet, […]

US Offers Troops to Romania Following Crimea Fallout

US Offers Troops to Romania Following Crimea Fallout

The US has formally asked Romania’s president Traian Basescu to send an additional number of stationed troops and aircraft at its Black Sea air base on the eastern coast of Romania following the Crimea fallout. The proposed increase in troops would add 60 percent more troops than is already there, from the current level of […]

Torture Did Not Lead to Discovery of Bin Laden

Torture Did Not Lead to Discovery of Bin Laden

In an historic refute of a long standing C.I.A. claim, a Senate investigation has concluded that torture, most notably methods like water-boarding and prolonged sleep deprivation, did not bring about the information that led to the discovery of Osama Bin Laden. The many competing agencies and institutions under the U.S. government- the C.I.A., the Justice […]

Taliban Launch Armed Attack to Disrupt Elections

Taliban Launch Armed Attack to Disrupt Elections

  In a violent show of dissent over democratic elections in Afghanistan, the Taliban launched an armed attack against Kabul’s election commission HQ. The insurgents attacked the Independent Election Commission headquarters ahead of the anticipated April 5th presidential election. The attack lasted over five hours as IEC workers scrambled to take refuge inside the compound. […]

Crimea Embraces Russian Annexation Despite U.S. Opposition

Crimea Embraces Russian Annexation Despite U.S. Opposition

In what is being called an “overwhelming” number of citizens in favor, Crimea has embraced Russian annexation despite the United States’ opposition to such a move. U.S. officials declared the Russian-sponsored referendum as a “violation” of international law, as well as Ukraine’s constitution. The exact figures are set to be released Monday, but officials are […]

Ukraine PM Comes to Washington

Ukraine PM Comes to Washington

Ukraine’s interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has come to Washington to ask for U.S. assistance following the Russian occupation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula. The political upheaval in Ukraine that ousted the pro-Russian government of Yakunovych in February has only worsened Ukraine’s already fragile economy. The political uncertainty of a referendum being held Wednesday over whether […]

Can Conservatives Stop Gushing Over Putin?

Can Conservatives Stop Gushing Over Putin?

When will conservatives stop gushing over Putin so much and start loving American democracy? As it stands, it seems as though most conservatives in American mainstream media are pining for a “leader” like Russia’s Vladimir Putin, the shirtless horseback-riding, photo-op Bond villain who the United States would normally sum up as nothing more than the ex-KGB […]

Illegal Guns on Facebook and Instagram

Illegal Guns on Facebook and Instagram

The black market for illegal guns has made its way to social media platforms Facebook and Instagram, with activists putting pressure on officials to do something about the growing illegal market. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, along with gun control groups, have lobbied for Facebook and Instagram to restrict these posts and pages, particularly […]

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  • Pharmaceutical Drug Samples May Have a Health Cost April 18, 2014
      According to an editorial in the journal JAMA Dermatology, ″Drug Samples in Dermatology,″ pharmaceutical drug companies have been using a clever way to sell more product. They give it away. These free drug samples may have a health cost hidden among the perceived benefits, however. Patients and doctors alike have been tempted to think […]
    Hobie Anthony
  • Matt Flynn Signs With Green Bay Packers April 18, 2014
    After a rollercoaster ride for Matt Flynn, he ends up back where he began, with the Green Bay Packers. Flynn and the Packers came to an agreement on Monday to finalize his fate, at least for the next season. The Green Bay Packers signed Matt Flynn on as their back-up quarterback for the season and […]
    Jabar Morarend
  • Heartburn Linked to Esophageal Cancer April 18, 2014
    April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and public concern for the disease should be at an all time high. One possible culprit responsible for the increase according to recent medical studies indicates that heartburn is linked to esophageal cancer. In 2006 over 16,000 people were diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the United States according to The Soci […]
    Cholia Johnson
  • Private Lives of Nashville Wives Episode 8: Confrontation & Resolution April 18, 2014
    After last week’s episode left a huge divide between Jenny and the rest of the wives, sans Sarah, episode 8 of Private Lives of Nashville Wives consisted of a confrontation and resolution between the ladies and the start of a new beginning. Having said that, it is doubtful whether or not the type A Jennifer […]
    Michael Smith
  • South Korea Ferry Sinking: Nearly 290 Missing April 18, 2014
    Nearly 290 people are still missing many hours after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwest coast on Wednesday. At least 14 people are confirmed dead and 55 injured. Officials said there were 475 people on board the ferry, most of them high school pupils, which was heading for the Jeju island when it sent […]
    Rahad Abir

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