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America's First Bomb Murder Case

The earliest case which I have found of the use of a bomb to commit murder was in 1854, when William Arrison sent one to the head of an asylum where he had been confined.Thomas M. McDade, The Annals of Murder, 1961

North Korea calls Donald Trump a 'psychopath' following death of Otto Warmbier

A North Korean state-run newspaper has called Donald Trump a "psychopath" and suggested the US President would be willing to launch a nuclear strike against Pyongyang to distract from America's own domestic problems. The comments, made...Show More Summary

BREAKING: North Korea Backs Down To Trump- Says They Are Willing To Talk

America is appears that your president just keeps on winning. Here is one victory…that will be remembered as it is over one of the world’s unsafe places, with the most

In His Own Image: How to 'Flip' a Country

Much of the effort to change America through preferential immigration has its manifestation in President Obama.

Why USS Enterprise Is The Best U.S. Navy Ship Ever

Robert Farley Security, Americas A warship like no other. In May 1938, the U.S. Navy commissioned the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, the seventh ship to bear the name in American service. The second of three sisters, Enterprise made a central—perhaps the central—contribution to the war effort in 1942. Show More Summary

What to Read When You Want to Understand Middle America

A list of books about middle America that can, maybe, help us understand some of the stories we tell about ourselves about ourselves.

#04: Pre-Register for the Blood Drive!

COMIC-CON 2017 TOUCAN TIP OF THE DAY! #04: Pre-Register for the Blood Drive! Give the gift of life at Comic-Con... set aside some time to donate blood at the Robert A. Heinlein Blood Drive, named Blood Drive of the Year by America's Blood Centers! Read more

Welcome to America’s Northernmost Town: Barrow, Alaska

5 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

For most of the year, the only way to get to or from the town is by plane.

Yamaha celebrates Make Music Day 2017 in Buena Park

Singing, music and dancing were heard in Buena Park as Make Music Day 2017 turned into a celebration for employees of the Yamaha Corporation of America. More than 200 employees gathered on the front lawn of the company’s headquarters in Buena Park to play musical instruments and sing “Twist and Shout” while a drone camera […]

Tax Policy In The Trump Administration

Axios, Average Yearly Income of Top 1% in America: $1.3 Million Bloomberg, Ryan Gives Tax-Overhaul Pep Talk Amid Growing Doubts in GOP Bloomberg, Ryan Says Tax Overhaul Must Happen in 2017 to Rebuild Economy Cato Institute, Three Lessons from the Tax Defeat in Kansas Davis Polk, Prospects for Tax Reform...

How The Great Yankee Wife Swap Scandalized—And Changed—America

6 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Like most baseball trades, the Great Yankee Wife Swap of 1973 had its winners and its losers.

America’s segregated labour market

7 hours agoNews : Daily Chart

MEN and women often pursue different lines of work. This form of segregation has important consequences. The fastest-growing industries in America are those that have long employed more women, such as health care and education.

The Underground Museum Celebrates "Artists of Color" — in a Manner of Speaking

The exhibit "Non-Fiction," which was on display at the Underground Museum in Arlington Heights from May 2016 till May 2017, was a brutal exploration of the black experience in America. Some of the works, including Kara Walker's paper silhouettes, featured physical brutality against people of color. Curated by museum co-founder...

Both Sides Gain from Exchange

(June 23, 2017 05:59 PM, by David Henderson) My friend and blogging competitor Don Boudreaux writes: You say that China's agreement to buy more beef from America is "a big win for us." Well, these beef exports from the U.S. are mostly a win for the Chinese people.... (2 COMMENTS)

Bacon-Infused Vodka Is Undoubtedly the Star of This Bloody Mary

In addition to offering a collection of Bloody Mary cocktails from notable bars around the world, The Bloody Mary by Brian Bartels ($11) offers an alluring history of America's favorite brunch cocktail. Though the origin is blurry, legend claims a young French bartender named Fernand "Pete" Petiot invented it in the 1920s. Show More Summary

America’s Incarceration Crisis: Are We ‘Doomed to Repeat the Same Failed Policies’? (Audio)

7 hours agoNews : Truthdig

In a new episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” host and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and law professor James Forman Jr. (pictured) discuss the mass incarceration of black men and the issue of drug decriminalization.

GMA: Mississippi’s ‘So-Called’ Religious Freedom Law ‘Endorses Bigotry’

On Friday, ABC’s Good Morning America could not contain its disgust over the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding a Mississippi religious freedom law that protects business owners with religious objections from being forced to participate...Show More Summary

Superhero Bits: Edgar Wright Talks Ant-Man, Infinity War Set Photo, Justice League Photo Filters & More

What did Edgar Wright have to say about why he left Ant-Man a few years back? Is there a Captain America VR attraction coming to Disney parks? How did Kevin Feige convince Sony to share Spider-Man with Marvel Studios? Do you have guesses...Show More Summary

Hollywood Cop Haters: Police Training In The U.S. Creates ‘State’ RACISM

This week, a clip was posted from Comedy Central’s The Daily Show featuring its host Trevor Noah giving us his opinion on racial profiling in America. Before we get too far

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