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  • Talcum powder was flung over the garbage bins at the Chabad Student Centre Wednesday and offensive letters left at the building...
    Israel carries out 30 strikes on Gaza, including attack tunnel ■ IDF says some Gaza rockets are Iranian-made ■ Army: More than 25 rockets intercepted ■ IDF calls incident worst since 2014 Gaza war...
    The Atlantic's David Frum responded to Trump's tweet calling it the 'grossest, most inappropriate, most self-flattering Memorial Day message in the history of the US presidency'...
    Singer was traveling in the eastbound lane on Montauk Highway when she crashed her Maserati on Saturday....
    The Essex District Attorney’s Office says 32-year-old Joel Monegro stabbed his wife, 28-year-old Yesinia Torres, to death in a home on Doyle Street Monday afternoon....
    Michael B. Jordan is sexy and he knows it. The “Black Panther” star loves showing off his superheroic physique to his 6.5 million Instagram followers....
    Ant-Man/Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) will face a much bigger and more unique foe in ANT-MAN AND THE WASP than he did in his first solo outing, but he will face it with the help of The Wasp/Janet Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly). Still, can’t hurt to have a game plan, and in the new TV spot for the movie Lang is laying it down for Dyne and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) beat by beat, getting their heads and...Read More......
    Lee WengrafLee Wengraf, author of Extracting Profit: Imperialism, Neoliberalism and the New Scramble for Africa, explains what competition between the U.S. and China means for the African continent, in an article written for Red Pepper.SINCE THE start of the new millennium, sub-Saharan African economies have undergone a dramatic boom. This surge has been marked by rapidly increasing trade and investment on continent — sometimes described as the “new scramble for Africa,” which has seen competition between the U.S., European nations and China. China, however, leads on many fronts, and its...
    Lea Ramirez and Charles HolmThe shooting of a young immigrant woman from Guatemala shows how the Border Patrol operates with impunity, write Lea Ramirez and Charles Holm.CLAUDIA PATRICIA Gómez González, a young Indigenous woman from Guatemala, was shot and killed by a Border Patrol agent on May 23 while crossing from Mexico into Rio Bravo, Texas.Marta Martinez, who lives just a mile from the border and regularly witnesses migrants being chased down by Border Patrol, heard a gunshot that morning and witnessed the deadly aftermath. In a recording that immediately...
    It's been twenty years since celebrated comedy actor Phil Hartman, famed for roles in shows like "The Simpsons," "NewsRadio" and "Saturday Night Live," was killed in a brutal murder-suicide that sent shockwaves through Hollywood....

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