Who was Finnigan Danne?

Who was Finnigan Danne?

Finnigan Danne a missing person story that unfortunately ended in tragedy. The 12-year-old went missing on Saturday, August 6 at approximately 10:15 am. An intense search party that involved his family, neighbors, and police took place. The next day, after 27 hours from the time he had been seen…

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Senators in Washington Call for Oploid Addiction Medication

Senators in Washington Call for Oploid Addiction Medication

Bernie Sanders, the Democratic presidential candidate, and 21 other senators are calling for Opioid addiction medication. The lawmakers believe that it is time for the Department of Health and Human Services to make adjustments in order to further address the issues linked to insufficient opioid…

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Obama's plan to close Guantanamo

Obama's plan to close Guantanamo

Much of what made Obama’s first Presidential campaign successful was the unpopular public view of George Bush’s policies. In particular, the American public wanted an end to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. To a lesser, but still significant extent, many also wanted the military prison…

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California's cell phone encryption bill

California's cell phone encryption bill

Practically everyone has a cell phone these days and technology is ever changing. Security is on the minds of everyone, especially arms of the government. California’s new cell phone encryption bill proposes a ban on unbreakable encryption devices. Encryption is a way of encoding cell phone…

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Donald Trump Gets Hit on Second Presidential Debate

Donald Trump Gets Hit on Second Presidential Debate

It seems the ball is rolling and it is already decided which way it will turn. At least this seemed to be so after the second presidential debate organized by CNN this week. Little by little, Trump, the controversial presidential candidate, is showing the public his domination in speech and…

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Supreme Court scraps EPA emission rules

Supreme Court scraps EPA emission rules

In a major blow to Obama Administration tough stand on the climate change, the Supreme Court of the United States declared that the Clean Air Act has been misinterpreted by the Environmental Protection Agency. The chief pollution control body in the country was about to limit the emission of toxic…

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What happens when you mix politics with love?

What happens when you mix politics with love?

When you marry someone who is a politician, then you must know what you are getting yourself into. Of course politicians are not immune to conflicts and fights between themselves, but it’s completely different when they have problems with their “better half” because it can destroy…

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Administrative Issues in Relocation

Administrative Issues in Relocation

While the Obama association is stacked with various pressing issues, the pickle of undocumented specialists positions high among them. While undocumented authorities have continually persevered through gigantic abuse working tarnished livelihoods at sad pay, subjected to strikes and catches, kept…

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Is Hillary Really Popular In The Coming Race?

Is Hillary Really Popular In The Coming Race?

Many people considered Hilary the most popular candidate in the election. Some went as far as considering her the president already. However, a recent study has just shown that Hilary is not that popular. This study showed that Hilary has dropped in the points a great deal. Many people are wondering…

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Rand Paul Hires Hedge Fund Manager As An Economic Adviser

Rand Paul Hires Hedge Fund Manager As An Economic Adviser

Mark Spitznagel is the new senior economic adviser of the Senator Rand Paul. The Kentucky based politician looks ahead to jump into the already crowded republican presidential nomination race. Mr. Spitznagel is very well know hedge fund manager. At first appeareance this may look like a very odd…

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Donald Trump Presents False Facts in His Presidential Campaign Speech

Donald Trump Presents False Facts in His Presidential Campaign Speech

Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the president of the United States in New York City where he gave a speech. The speech contained a large number of untrue information regarding society, economy, terrorism, trade and health care. Trump is the 12th Republican to have announced his presidential…

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Mr. And Mrs. Clinton Join Forces Again

Mr. And Mrs. Clinton Join Forces Again

Since Hilary announced she was running for President of The United States, this was the first time she was publicly seen with her husband. The two live in New York. They went to the local Memorial Day parade not far from their home. All of the people there were so happy to see them. There were even…

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Government income

Government income

Government income is the cash got by government. It is thought to be a critical device of the monetary approach. The government got its income through the wellsprings of assessments forced on the subjects and organizations on the administrations and merchandise made and delivered, imports and trades…

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Understanding Politics: Short History of Voting Rights Development in the United States

Understanding Politics: Short History of Voting Rights Development in the United States

The right to vote has come a long way since the birth of the United States. In the light of the upcoming presidential election perhaps it is a good idea to understand voting rights in the United States and what was done to spread the right across the entire population. Well, almost. The phrase…

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White House Officials: Russians Were Reading Obama's Unclassified Emails

White House Officials: Russians Were Reading Obama's Unclassified Emails

Senior American officials with insight into an investigation have revealed that a part of email correspondence by Barack Obama was intercepted by Russian hackers last year when the White House unclassified computer system was broken into. Media report that the intrusion is much more dangerous that…

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Clinton Foundation Admits Mistakes in Donor Disclosure

Clinton Foundation Admits Mistakes in Donor Disclosure

The Clinton Foundation's acting chief executive Maura Pally wrote in a blog on Sunday that the organization has made some mistakes, but that it is trying to “remedy them quickly,” referring namely to the “mistakenly combined” government grants and donations. The news came…

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Turkey wants to improve women's status in politics

Turkey wants to improve women's status in politics

For so long women all around the world wanted to be in the same position as men, when it comes to politics. And yet, it seems like a lot of countries disagree with that, thinking that women are probably less capable than men. Surprisingly, Turkey is trying to change that and is trying to find a way…

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Obama Administration to Tackle Illicit Fishing and Import of Seafood

Obama Administration to Tackle Illicit Fishing and Import of Seafood

Local and national groups involved in fight against seafood fraud and illegal fishing are divided when it comes to United States President Barack Obama's plan to tackle this wide-spread issue. Some support it, some criticize – but all of them agree that the overall concept to fight against…

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Egalite! France to Elect 50 Percent of Women in the Next Departmental Election

Egalite! France to Elect 50 Percent of Women in the Next Departmental Election

Due to radical reforms set by the Socialist Government of France, on March 22 and March 29 the people of France will vote in departmental elections, choosing one man – and one woman. The election will determine who will be given local council seats, but the seat will, for the first time in…

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Moscow will have an adequate response to anti-Russian moves

Moscow will have an adequate response to anti-Russian moves

Recently, Vladimir Putin announced that Russia had and will have an adequate response to every anti-Russia move. He said that Russia will have response for any political isolation and economical pressure! These ‘’tricks’’ won’t work with Russia, they never did and they…

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Europe: No change for Kosovo

Europe: No change for Kosovo

As you know, Kosovo is an independent country, at least they are claiming, and many world countries are supporting that. Recently, Catherine Ray, an EU spokesperson, announced that European Union won’t change their decision for accepting Kosovo as an independent country. She added, that…

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Broken Politics in France a Dismay for Analysts

Broken Politics in France a Dismay for Analysts

The French Municipal elections in its very first round gives the impression that while national policy in the country is not set to change any time soon, the electorate is soon to undergo a heavy transformation. It is the Union for Popular Movement or the UMP as it is well known, that has got the…

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Pills from Wisconsin VA showing up on the street

Pills from Wisconsin VA showing up on the street

According to the Jason Bishop, a former patient at the Veterans Affairs facility in Tomah, doctors aren’t doing their job properly! They are giving more drugs that needed, instead of finding some solution that will work! Doctors at the mentioned facility, aren’t very helpful! Many…

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Democratic donors unfazed by Hillary Clinton's use of private email

Democratic donors unfazed by Hillary Clinton's use of private email

Top democratic donors have stated that they will not be fazed with the current issue which is surrounding Hillary Clinton and her emails, although there have been sources that claim so. Clinton who many believe will be front runner for Democrats in the upcoming general election has managed to stay…

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Indian military is threat to Pakistan

Indian military is threat to Pakistan

“ The Pakistani security establishment is right to closely track Indian defence spending because India remains, in terms of it’s military capabilities, the principle threat to Pakistan’s Security.” This was the dilemma of Pakistani Media. Indian military budget is set to…

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Hillary Clinton takes the lead in early polls

Hillary Clinton takes the lead in early polls

U.S. Senator and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is dominating polls of likely voters in next year’s New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary. She has 58 percent support among Democratic voters in a poll released last week by the University of New Hampshire survey Center.…

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The future of the war in Ukraine

The future of the war in Ukraine

Despite of an agreement between Russia and Ukraine, withdraw of their troops isn’t happening! On the other side, President Poroshenko announced that because severe losses, Ukrainian troops are withdrawing from the Debaltseve. At the moment 80% of troops have been withdrawn, and they are…

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KATE BROWN SWORN IN AS OREGON GOVERNOR

KATE BROWN SWORN IN AS OREGON GOVERNOR

Kate Brown, a liberal democrat was on Wednesday sworn in as the governor of Oregon and promised to restore the trust in government. Kate, who has replaced an embattled democrat governor, was referring to a peddling scandal that made many Oregon residents lose trust on the government. Kate Brown took…

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Some Interesting Facts that are Related to a Politics

Some Interesting Facts that are Related to a Politics

If a country has good government and good politic, it will prosper, if not it will fail. Sadly, many countries in the world have bad governments and even worse politician. But there are some interesting facts about politics. They are very unusual, but they are proven with a many researches. One of…

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Pres. Obama and Mr. Modi’s friendship

Pres. Obama and Mr. Modi’s friendship

A new high profile BFF situation has appeared between U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is quite strange seeing how Modi was on the U.S. blacklist for over 10 years and there seems to be no obvious gain to drive this association, except good political…

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Obama Child Care

Obama Child Care

After the health care program President Obama has presented plans to increase the funds the state is currently allocating to child care. With only a year to go until the 2016 presidential elections and a predominately Republican government, Mr. Obama is choosing to create a Democratic image which…

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When politicians bully judges: Column

When politicians bully judges: Column

Judges are used to criticism, but lately loud voices on the left and right have been trying to persuade lawmakers to impeach judges for decisions they don't agree with. Although the Constitution reserves impeachment for egregious wrongdoing such as treason, judges are being targeted for…

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Hillary Clinton Fights for Feminism

Hillary Clinton Fights for Feminism

Hillary Clinton stands today as one of the top contenders for the 2016 presidential run. Should she win presidency, the former secretary of state would become the first women president in United States history. Throughout 2014, Clinton has spoken about her goal to improve female empowerment. In a…

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When it comes to raising money from the very rich, it's Democrats who led the way in 2014

When it comes to raising money from the very rich, it's Democrats who led the way in 2014

For as often as Democrats attack the conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch for their heavy spending on politics, it's actually the liberal-minded who shelled out the most cash on the just completed midterm elections. At least, that is, among those groups that must disclose what they…

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Nebraska to challenge Colorado's legalization of marijuana in US Supreme Court

Nebraska to challenge Colorado's legalization of marijuana in US Supreme Court

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said the state is joining Oklahoma in a federal lawsuit that seeks a declaration that Colorado's legalization of marijuana violates the United States Constitution. "Federal law undisputedly prohibits the production and sale of marijuana," said…

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