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Obama Postpones Visit to ClevelandSep 1, 8pm

President Barack Obama will not be visiting Cleveland, Ohio on Monday as originally scheduled in light of some plan changes that he recently made.

The International Community’s Response to 9/11/11Sep 12, 9pm

As the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001, passes, it seems the fragile and politically correct analysis of each and every media publication related to the attacks is wearing away.

Solving the Economic Crisis, the Generation Y WaySep 10, 11pm

“Employers Say Jobs Plan Won’t Lead to Hiring Spur,” declares the alarming headline of an article published by the New York Times earlier today.

Where is America?Sep 9, 11pm

In a poll of 30,000 people world-wide, the United States was recently voted the “coolest nation”.

One Laptop Per Child turns to Tablet ComputersSep 10, 11pm

In 2005, MIT Professor Nicholas Negroponte founded One Laptop per Child, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing low-cost, low-maintenance laptops to children in developing countries in an effort to enhance children’s education.

Tibetan Monk Immolates Himself in Public ProtestAug 26, 4pm

On Monday August 15th, a Tibetan Buddhist monk immolated himself in protest of the Chinese policies related to Tibet, coinciding with the Chinese communist party's latest political moves.

Libyan Conflict Still Remains Up in SmokeAug 25, 1am

The war in Libya might finally be drawing to a close.

Friday Honored For Muslims WorldwideAug 25, 1am

This upcoming Friday marks a holy day for over a billion people across the globe, as Friday marks the anniversary of the night Muslims believe the first verses of the Qur'an were revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Britain Shook By Widespread RiotingAug 13, 7pm

The death of 29 year-old Mark Duggan in the Tottenham borough of London domino-ed into almost a week of widespread rioting, looting, and arson in London and several other cities from August 6th until August 10th.
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