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The Difficult Choice Between Narcissism And Habitual Lying In 2016

While I have never met the two people currently vying for President of the United States of America and don't tend to get involved with politics, as a national radio show host who regularly speaks with people whose lives have been destroyed...Show More Summary

SOUTHSIDE WITH YOU Trailer, Clips, Images and Posters

Written and directed by Richard Tanner, the biopic "Southside with You" chronicles the summer 1989 afternoon when the future President of the United States of America, Barack Obama (Parker... For more, visit our blog !

WHY DONALD TRUMP HAS A GOOD CHANCE OF BECOMING THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Seems like yesterday when the Republican Party primaries were just starting. There was a novel feeling about the whole process due to the presence of a candidate who added special color. And that guy was Donald Trump. I remember that...Show More Summary

The Obamas Really Enjoy America's Amazing National Parks

10 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

There are many perks of being the president of the United States ? having the chance to visit so many national parks with your family could be at the top of the list. In a post on Medium, chief White House photographer Pete Souza compiled...Show More Summary

The Burden Of More Than 150 Years Of Warfare

Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com America has been committed to supporting the veterans of its wars since long before it had "United States of" in front of it. "It was a fearful sight to see them thus frying in the fire... horrible was...Show More Summary

Why China Fears a 'Color Revolution' Incited by the West

Earlier this month, several Chinese lawyers were convicted of "subversion" for colluding with "foreign forces" -- read: the United States. The fear is that America's aim is to ultimately foment regime change in Beijing with a popular uprising, like the "color revolution" in Ukraine and those of the Arab Spring. Show More Summary

Zika-Free Honeymoon Ideas

While many countries in the Caribbean, Central America, South America, and even the United States currently have Zika virus travel warnings, there are still plenty of places to go for a memorable honeymoon. Whether you want to laze around on a secluded beach, see the northern lights, or discover a new culture, here are the top Zika-free honeymoon spots.—Teddy Minford

Samsung Scoop passes through the FCC

Earlier today, an unannounced Samsung-branded Bluetooth speaker, called Scoop, passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority, the FCC. Unfortunately, the documentation provided in the application doesn’t reveal any exciting details about the device. Show More Summary

Joe Biden In Turkey: VP Tells Erdogan US Had No Prior Knowledge Of Turkish Coup

Vice President Joe Biden appeared in Turkey Wednesday to re-affirm that the United States of America had no prior knowledge of the Turkish coup by the “cowardly” military and to also explain the slow walk of the American legal process in delivering the nemesis cleric being blamed for the July 15 coup, Fethullah Gulen, according... Show More Summary

8 British Comedies All Americans Should Watch on Netflix

The United States of America has its fair share of great comedy shows, but Britain’s take on the genre is an altogether different experience. While U.S. comedies trend towards loud, over-the-top humor, British comedies take a more measured, nuanced approach. Show More Summary

'America's Got Talent' Live Blog: The Last 12 Quarterfinalists Hit the Stage

After a 17-day hiatus for the United States to kick the world's ass in the Olympics, it's time for everyone to get back to the daily grind of a routine week during the dog days of August. But on the bright side, that also means the return of the season's hottest show. Show More Summary

America's Freelance Diplomats

Many Americans and critics of President Obama are suspicious of the United States' recent $400 million cash payment to Iran. The cash transaction between the U.S. State Department and the Iranian government coincided with the release...Show More Summary

Can America Be the World's Umpire?

Christopher A. Preble Global Governance, United States Enforcing the rules of the international system is harder if you're also a player in it. In her book and forthcoming documentary film, American Umpire, historian Elizabeth Cobbs likens America’s global role to that of the men in blue on the baseball diamond. Show More Summary

Cold Case: Sue M. Behrens murder 3/8/1992 Harrisburg, PA Jesse O. Kenley Jr and Tyrone A Poole convicted, sentenced to federal prison

Arrest made in 1992 slaying of hotel night clerk Feds make arrest in 12-year-old murder case After 12 years, man charged in murder United States of America v Tyrone Poole 2005 United States of America v Jesse Kenley 2008 United States of America v Jesse Kenley 2010 United States of America v Jesse Kenley 2011 […]

Can America Share Its Superpower Status?

Michael Lind Security, United States The rest of the world is catching up. The United States is in long-term relative decline. In absolute terms, the America of the future will be richer. But because other countries like China and India, and other regions like Africa, are growing more rapidly, America’s share of global wealth will decline. Show More Summary

I Guess Trump is Tired of All the Winning Already

The United States is having an unprecedented run of success at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Huge portions of America are tuning in every night to see American athletes medal in seemingly every event, often by large margins. Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary

What the baby Bolivar boom tells us about how we used to view South America

Almost 200 years ago, as the United States approached its 50th birthday, a new baby name swept the nation. It wasn’t biblical or even Anglophone. It was Bolivar. Hundreds of mothers and fathers, living in Kentucky log cabins or Illinois farmhouses, named their crying, crinkly newborns after Spanish...

Group Stage of Copa America Centenario Offering Premier Matchups, Great Ticket Values

5 days agoSports / Football : Big Soccer

After an exciting first weekend, the 2016 Copa America Centenario is shaping up to be a memorable tournament. While the United States Men’s National Team disappointed in their Opening Round game, they’ll have a chance to bounce back in their matchup later this week. Show More Summary

“A British grenadier made prisoner”

In his History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment, of the Independence of the United States of America, in a section dated to late 1776, the Rev. William Gordon included this anecdote of the war:It happened, that a garden of a widow woman, which lay between the two camps, was robbed at night. Show More Summary

On the Eve of the November Election, Southside with You Is the Story America Needs to Be Told

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

On the Eve of the November Election, Southside with You Is the Story America Needs to Be Told by Sydney Brownstone T here's only one way you hold a nation as big and diverse as the United States together, and it's not with Congress, or even with the electoral college. Show More Summary

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