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Cross-party peers in Britain’s House of Lords have ramped up their campaign to have the targeted killing of religious minorities by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria and Iraq classified genocide.
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While the notion of free college might seem like a good idea to anybody with kids, several economists recently told NPR's "Planet Money" that it's not a good plan. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, are
He won South Carolina and looks like a safe bet in Nevada. Does anything stand between him and the nomination? 10 political experts weigh in. Donald Trump ran away with South Carolina on Saturday night.
(CNN) — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are poised to lead the nation's two major parties in this fall's presidential election, with a new nationwide CNN/ORC poll finding each well ahead of their closest
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And his answer is, Look, America, we trusted you to do the right thing, and now look what's happened. Here's Summers, writing in The Washington Post on Tuesday (emphasis added): While comparisons between