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A Victory for the Eighth Amendment

A majority on the Supreme Court lets states know it is serious about barring executions of the mentally disabled.

The States Where Obamacare's Footprint Might Get Even Bigger

Defeat of the Republican health-care bill in Congress has given new momentum to the push to expand Medicaid in several states, including deep-red Kansas.

Maryland Showdown on Testing, Charters, and the Direction of Public Schools

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky Maryland Governor Larry Hogan delivers his annual State of the State address to a joint session of the legislature in Annapolis, Wednesday, February 1, 2017.  P oliticians and policy experts have long debated how and whether to hold schools accountable for what students learn. Show More Summary

Listen: Dotson - “Reaction (ft. Coin Locker Kid)”

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sometimes the unthinkable becomes reality. write that down. I like that. not just the way it sounds, I like when that happens I think. I like heartbreak, state of emergency, exception. I like the sore thumb of "emotional" being. sticking out. Show More Summary

Turkey to discuss Syria, Gulen with U.S.'s Tillerson: foreign minister

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will discuss Syria and the extradition of U.S.-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed for a failed coup last July, with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson when he visits Ankara this week, Turkey's foreign minister said on Wednesday.

French press review 29 March 2017

French magistrates confirm their intention to investigate Penelope Fillon, the wife of the conservative presidential contender, for her alleged role in defrauding the state of hundreds of thousands of euros. And British Prime Minister Theresa May issues a stern warning to Europe.

The Top Countries For U.S. Visa Refusals

If you're a Cuban focused on visiting the United States for tourism of business purposes, it's probably going to be a case of "close but no cigar". As Statista's Nial McCarthy notes, even though relations between Washington and Havanna have improved hugely over the past few months, Cuba still has the highest rate of U.S. Show More Summary

Living in a renter’s paradise: Renters now dominate over half of largest US cities. Between 2007 and 2016 approximately 7.8 million homes lost to foreclosure.

It is now official that the United States has turned into a renter’s paradise.  Think that is hyperbole?  Fifty-two of the 100 largest cities in the U.S. are now majority renter in terms of household composition.  And there is no clear pattern here.  You have places with incredibly affordable housing like Detroit tipping over into […]

America’s scientific work force is aging

The study, by David Blau and Bruce Weinberg, both professors of economics at Ohio State University, found that the average age of employed scientists increased from 45 in 1993 to nearly 49 in 2010. Scientists aged faster than the U.S. Show More Summary

Things looking up for the Warriors these days

Golden State is riding an eight-game winning streak and Kevin Durant could be on the verge of returning.        

The 9 best countries in the world to start a business

Countries in central and northern Europe dominate a global ranking of the best places to start a business — although a central American state tops the list. The index, compiled by Wharton University and market research firm Y&R, evaluates...Show More Summary

Bid to declare God as source of liberty resurrected in House

A previously defeated proposal to amend the state constitution to say that God is the source of Tennesseans' liberties has been resurrected in the House. The measure sponsored by Republican … Click to Continue »

Supreme Court rules for Texas death row inmate over IQ claim

The Supreme Court on Tuesday faulted Texas, the U.S. leader in executions, in a death penalty case for the second time in a month and again ruled in favor of a black inmate, finding the state used an obsolete standard to assess whether he is intellectually disabled and exempt from capital punishment. Show More Summary

US held by Panama in FIFA World Cup qualifier

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Panama City (AFP) – United States coach Bruce Arena accused Panama of targeting teenage star Christian Pulisic after a rugged CONCACAF World Cup qualifying battle ended in a 1-1 draw on Tuesday. Clint Dempsey scored his fourth goal in...Show More Summary

Two inmates killed in Mexican prison riot, 13 injured

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Two inmates were killed and 13 injured during a prison riot in northern Mexico, the government of the state of Nuevo Leon said on Tuesday, the second fatal security breach within a week in the country's troubled prison system.

Ohio Democrats push proposal setting up equal pay hotline

Two Democratic state lawmakers in Ohio are proposing an equal pay hotline that they say could help fight wage discrimination. State Reps. Kent Smith, of Euclid, and Janine Boyd, of … Click to Continue »

The Transformation Of Our Nation Into A Surveillance State Is Almost Complete

Authored by Jeremiah Johnson (nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces) via SHTFplan.com, The headlines are awash with the recent tensions with North Korea, and most are focused intently upon this act of the play that has been running hot for several years, now. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Jio Prime Paid Subscriber Base Has Crossed 45 Million; Rubbishes Report of Low Numbers!

  Yesterday, social media and mainstream media was abuzz with the news that Jio Prime has received ‘poor response’ from their existing users. As per a story filed by news channel ET Now, it was stated that only 13% of existing Jio users...Show More Summary

Elections chief: Ohioans must register soon for May primary

The state's elections chief is reminding Ohio residents that they have only a few days left to register to vote in the spring primary. Secretary of State Jon Husted (HYOO'-sted) … Click to Continue »

Adding grads and going green can brighten economic outlook

(Penn State) Attracting college graduates and boosting natural amenities may give communities a double shot of economic growth potential, according to economists.

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