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News | ‘Are you kidding me?’ An unidentified mother in Baltimore caught on camera confronting and smacking her son for taking part in the Baltimore riots on…

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News | Rapid descent In Australia, a man of the people guzzles beer, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott isn’t above showing off while doing so. Goaded on by…

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News | May 10 Elementary-school teachers in Ontario, Canada, voted to authorize a strike beginning today if the government and the teachers union cannot solve an…

Human Race

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News | Overturned A federal appeals court on April 22 overturned Barry Bonds’ obstruction of justice conviction in a 10-1 decision. Baseball’s home run king was…

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News | April 24 Armenians across the world commemorate the beginning of mass killings 100 years ago that pitched Armenians, one of the oldest people groups to accept…

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News | Excused Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton can’t be disciplined for his drug relapse, despite efforts by MLB and Angels executives. An…

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News | ‘That means we’re done. The case is over.’ Cynthia Orr, lawyer for Hannah Overton, on a judge dismissing the capital murder case against her client. A…

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News | Testing the law A German teenager has used the nation’s freedom of information law to try to get early access to the nation’s equivalent of the SAT test.

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News | ‘Romney didn’t win, did he?’ Retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., justifying his false 2012 comments on the Senate floor that Republican…

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