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'Cuban Five' at Heart of US-Cuba Deal

In the course of delivering his historic speech dramatically altering US Cuba policy, President Barack Obama briefly mentioned that the United States released three Cuban agents. These men are members of the "Cuban Five," who were imprisoned for gathering information on US-based Cuban exile groups planning terrorist actions against Cuba. Show More Summary

'Cuban Five' at Heart of US-Cuba Deal

In the course of delivering his historic speech dramatically altering US Cuba policy, President Barack Obama briefly mentioned that the United States released three Cuban agents. These men are members of the "Cuban Five," who were imprisoned for gathering information on US-based Cuban exile groups planning terrorist actions against Cuba. Show More Summary

Syphilis spikes among STDs in U.S.: study

Syphilis is rapidly spreading among gay and bisexual men in the United States.

DaMarcus Beasley Announces Retirement From US Men’s National Team

3 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Long-time United States Men’s National Team great DaMarcus Beasley has announced his retirement from the team.  Beasley, 32, made the announcement using his official Instagram account.  In the social media post, Beasley stated, “Where do I start?  Honestly I never … Continue reading ?

DaMarcus Beasley Announces Retirement from United States National Soccer Team

Houston Dynamo winger and longtime contributor to the United States Men's National Team DaMarcus Beasley announced his retirement from international football on Monday, in a heartfelt message he spread via Instagram. Expressing his thanks...Show More Summary

USMNT Watch: Rubio Rubin Scores; Brek Shea Set for Move to MLS

It was a wild week for United States men’s national team members playing abroad with Rubio Rubin scoring again in the Eredivisie and Brek Shea looking set to make a return to Major League Soccer. Alejandro Bedoya and John Anthony Brooks...Show More Summary

Physicians and medical students stage a die-in

Recently, over 70 medical schools across the United States organized a mass “die-in” to silently protest back-to-back decisions to not indict law enforcement officers involved in the unfortunate deaths of two unarmed Black men within the context of an overall concern about systemic racism and the victimization of Black men by law enforcement. You may […]

Thousands rally across U.S. over police killings

Thousands of protesters paralyzed parts of New York and Washington on Saturday, stepping up demonstrations across the United States demanding justice for black men killed by white police. The rallies in the US capital, New York, Boston...Show More Summary

New York Times: Male Workers Disappearing

The employment rate in the United States is now near the bottom of the list of developed nations, according to The New York Times. The percentage of non-working men in the 25-54 age bracket is now 16%, more than triple what it was fifty years ago. Show More Summary

Webb and Gilmore: Delusions of grandeur

For self-described serious men, former senator Jim Webb and former governor Jim Gilmore are hard at work being frivolous. What makes them believe they are qualified to be president of the United States? Read full article >>

US Urgently Needs Truth and Reconciliation on Violence Against African Americans

Civil rights expert Fania Davis explains how a Truth and Reconciliation process based on restorative justice offers the best hope in confronting the latest in a long history of violence against black men in the United States.

A Tale of Two Immigrant Detainees

In many ways, Mark and Richard led parallel lives. Both men came to the United States as young children, Mark from South Korea and Richard from Jamaica. They both had status as legal permanent residents, attended school, and put down roots in their communities. In their teenage years, both had minor run-ins with the law, as many teenagers do. Show More Summary

White House issues guidelines to ban racial and religious profiling

A woman holds a banner during a march throughout downtown in Washington, United States on December 7, 2014 to protest the killings of unarmed black men by police officers. Photo by Michael Hernandez/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images WASHINGTON...Show More Summary

USMNT Watch: Alejandro Bedoya and Aron Johannsson Lead the Way

The fortunes of many Yanks abroad continued to take a turn for the better this weekend as United States men's national team stars Alejandro Bedoya and Aron Johannsson both tallied. Conor O'Brien was also on the scoresheet in the Austrian...Show More Summary

#NOJusticeNOPeace: Powerful Photos Emerge As Protests Continue In Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Ohio, California, Arizona & More [Photo]

Protests Continue Across The United States In Response To Police Brutality Targeting Black Men People across the country are continuing to take a stand against racial injustice at the hands of police officers and the movement is spreading like wildfire.

Eric Garner, the American Problem and a Chance to Unite

Awareness of police violence in America could spark a mass movement against state violence of all kinds The post Eric Garner, the American Problem and a Chance to Unite appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Two Illegal Alien Convicted Murderers Caught After Sneaking Across US Border into Texas

Border Patrol agents, in conjunction with Laredo police officers, arrested two illegal aliens previously convicted of first-degree murder. The two men were apprehended on November 24, after illegally re-entering the United States, according to U.S. Show More Summary

The Risk of Using Ferguson as a Metaphor

2 weeks agoNews : News Desk

The killing of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, became an instant symbol of all that has gone wrong between police and young African-American men in the United States. In a similar way, the violent deaths of Trayvon Martin and Amadou Diallo—and, in an earlier time, the trial of O. Show More Summary

The Movember Movement for Men's Health

You may have noticed a unique phenomenon this month- thousands of men all over the United States and the world grew mustaches in an effort to raise awareness and funding for men's health. The witty slogan from the Movember foundation suggests that the idea is to "change the face of men's health". Show More Summary

Researchers identify chemical compound that decreases effects of multiple sclerosis

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease of the brain and spinal cord, affects about 2.3 million people worldwide (400,000 in the United States). Affecting more women than men, it can be seen at any age, although it is most commonly diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40. read more

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