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Listen: Reveal Takes You Inside Shane Bauer's Immersion Reporting

For four months in late 2014 and early 2015, Mother Jones senior reporter Shane Bauer worked as a corrections officer at a Louisiana prison run by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the country's second-largest private prison company. Show More Summary

Pope Francis Visits Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex in Yerevan

Pope Francis visited Tsitsernakaberd Armenian genocide memorial complex in Yerevan on Saturday during his visit to the country.

'Survival is the New American Dream': Why US Youth Reject Capitalism

The instability of the American economic system and work life has led young people in the US to reject capitalism, Sarah Kendzior wrote in Foreign Policy last week.

Calais Mayor Urges to Reconsider Border Deal Between France, Britain

The Calais mayor called on British and French authorities to reconsider the border control bilateral agreement between amid the British decision to escape from the EU, media said.

TTIP Tipping Point: Brexit 'Deals a Serious Blow' to US-EU Agreement

Britain's decision to leave the European Union has damaged the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Francois Asselineau, chairman of France's Popular Republican Front, told Sputnik.

Norway prepares to send Special Forces into Syria

While the United Kingdom, the United States and France have deployed soldiers in Syria for at least four years, and Germany now for several months, Norway is also getting ready to send in its special forces. The Forsvarets Spesialkommando (FSK) are already in Jordan where they are participating in training “moderate” Jihadists. Show More Summary

Turkish President Meets Hamas Leader in Istanbul

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has met Palestinian Islamist Hamas movement head Khaled Meshaal in Istanbul, media reported Saturday.

AIIB Expects New Members to Join in Early 2017

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) expects the entrance of new members to join in the beginning of 2017, President Jin Liqun said Saturday.

Man Plopped His Privates On Market Scanner

Seattle suspect, 31, is jailed on indecent exposure, assault raps Just weeks after an Ohio man was arrested for allegedly defecating on a Kroger checkout scanner, another supermarket has been targeted. Seattle Scanner read more

Brexit Vote Shows Power of Populist Nationalism – Former IMF Official

The British decision to leave the European Union appeared part of a wave of populist anger rejecting international cooperation in favor of nationalism, retired International Monetary Fund (IMF) economist Jon Shields told Sputnik.

Death Toll From West Virginia Floods Rises to 23

The death toll from flash floods in West Virginia has gone up to 23, a local division of US Homeland Security and Emergency Management said.

UK Geostrategic Future Bright After Brexit Vote - Leading US Tactician

The referendum vote to leave the European Union known as Brexit could leave the United Kingdom in a far stronger position geostrategically, militarily and financially in dealing with Europe, military historian and leading US military tactician Col. Douglas Macgregor told Sputnik.

US Should Welcome Russian Space Data Plan - Ex-Pentagon Analyst

The US government should welcome Russia’s proposed data base detailing satellite orbits as a positive move in the spirit of the Open Skies Treaty, retired Department of Defense analyst Franklin "Chuck" Spinney told Sputnik.

US Fine on Bank of America Still Leaves Massive Profit From Misusing Funds

The $430 million fine imposed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on the Bank of America for misusing its customers’ deposits still leaves the giant bank with huge profits and the motive to carry out similar offenses, analysts told Sputnik.

UK’s European Commissioner to Decide on Whether to Remain in Office Himself

The United Kingdom’s EU Commissioner Jonathan Hill will need to decide for himself whether or not he will remain in office now that Britain has voted in favor of leaving the bloc, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sa...

Washington Denies US-Backed Honduran Government Kills Activists

The United States has yet to admit that a Honduran right-wing regime brought to power as a result of a Washington-funded coup has a “kill list” to hunt down political activists, opposition figures and journalists in the Central American nation.

Surge of Syrian Refugees Admissions to US Poses High Security Risk

An increased number of Syrian refugee admissions endangers the security of the United States, US lawmakers said in a letter to President Barack Obama.

Ecuador Can ‘Lose Competitiveness’ Because of Brexit - President

Brexit could have a negative impact on Ecuador as it could lead to the weakening of the euro, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said.

North Korea is 'Proud' US Feels Threatened By Its Nuclear Weapons

A top Pyongyang official has claimed to US media that North Korea is a nuclear power the West cannot ignore.

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