As the world commemorated the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the United Nations (U.N.) compared Palestinians to the Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide, according to an opinion piece by Anne Bayefsky posted on FoxNews. On Monday, the U.N. Show More Summary
Just before the Iowa vote, Sanders appeared on air with new RT hire, Ed Schultz, formerly of MSNBC.
Uh, so the CEO of the third-largest health insurance company in the U.S. isn’t sure that ObamaCare will survive much longer? That’s a big concern.
YouTube has been awash in controversy as The Fine Brothers overreach on their trademark and YouTube suspends seemingly innocent accounts. What is going on? The post Explaining the Chaos on YouTube appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
About time because the spread and diagnosis of the virus is alarming. Photo by World Economic Forum
Hillary Clinton was talked about by Iowans at 13% while Bernie took the cake at 42%. Do you #FeelTheBern, because Iowans certainly did. Photo by Max Goldberg
Texas is not too happy about the proposed slash in funding for drone surveillance of the border. Photo by North Charleston
Fox News reported: U.S. airstrikes have destroyed an Islamic State-operated radio station in a remote part of eastern Afghanistan, officials said Tuesday. “Voice of the Caliphate” radio was destroyed by two U.S. airstrikes, according to a U.S. military official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief media on the […]
Wait, so they tried to set up a separate computer at the State Department for Hillary Clinton to check her private, secret and unsecured emails at the State Department?! How is this not illegal? Photo by House Foreign Affairs Committee Republicans
NBA video game sparks tattoo lawsuit, yellow pages ruled not copyrightable in Singapore and the monkey selfie case may get a second chance... The post 3 Count: Tattoo Taboo appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Yes, sounds nice. Photo by Anthony Quintano
Bold words for the third place finisher in the Iowa caucus, but Rubio did gain more votes than expected and barely lost to Trump for second place. Photo by Gage Skidmore
Fox News reported that this beat the previous turnout record of 122,000 in 2012 and that 4 in 10 Iowans were caucusing for the first time. Photo by Max Goldberg
Huckabee, former Arksansas governor and Fox News show host, officially dropped out of the Republican nomination race. Martin O’Malley also dropped out after finishing third to Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, as expected. Bye Huck and Martin, we barely knew ya. Photo by Gage Skidmore
As some polls predicted, Cruz won Iowa. However, Marco Rubio surprised many and lost narrowly to Donald Trump, but still placed third as predicted. Photo by mopaw
The Democratic Party won’t say if Hillary Clinton won, but claimed she had an insurmountable lead over Bernie Sanders in Iowa.
Bernie Sanders supporters came out in force opposing Times editorial board's endorsement of Hillary Clinton, but the top opinion editor said he expected it.
Men and women, some whose clothes were still marked with gray ash, walked dazedly toward Union Square. Many did not know what to do or where to go. So they kept on walking. They knew the country was under attack, but they did not know how bad it was or what might still be heading […]
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei further humiliated the Obama administration when he awarded medals to the five commanders of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) who had seized two American Navy vessels and held 10 American sailors at gunpoint...
What Donald Trump giveth, he taketh away—sort of. Fueled by Trump’s presence in the Republican presidential race, the ratings for the GOP debates have soared through the roof, making the networks and the Republican National Committee very happy. Those record ratings took a big hit last Thursday when GOP frontrunner Donald Trump noisily dropped out […]