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Month: October 2018

Heres What Happens When The Migrant Caravan Gets To The U.S. Border

October 31, 2018

Donald Trump has threatened to use the military if necessary to repel them. Most of the ideas Trump has floated in response to the caravan seem unlikely to flourish as U.S. policy. He’s vowed to cut off aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, where most of the travelers are from. But that would require […]

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These 4 men shared a powerful message about the #MeToo movement after being falsely accused of assault.

October 31, 2018

Four dentists, three of whom are brothers, nearly had their lives destroyed over a false accusation. But they haven’t forgotten their principles. In early August, Ali Badkoobehi, 30, Saman Edalat, 39, Sina Edalat, 34, and Poria Edalat, 30 were accused of rape by a woman while they were visiting Las Vegas. They faced several years […]

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What’s up, Doc? The enduring appeal of Dr Martens

October 31, 2018

More than 1,000 jobs were lost when factories were closed in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Somerset and manufacturing moved to China. Now, just the Made in England range is, well, made in England. That’s about 1% of its total output. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Trend-setters in the 1970s wore their trousers short to show […]

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Trump seemingly tweets conspiracy theory about bombs sent to his critics

October 31, 2018

Another day, another conspiracy theory pushed by the president.Image: Getty Images UPDATE: Oct. 26, 2018, 12:48 p.m. EDT Updated to include Trump’s comments after arrest of suspect. President Donald Trump is using his Twitter account to seemingly push a conspiracy theory, this time surrounding the dozen (and counting) bombs sent to critics of his administration.  […]

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The only lawyer in town: a lonesome figure stands up for immigrants

October 31, 2018

In Lumpkin, Georgia, Marty Rosenbluth is on the frontline of a national crisis, helping detained immigrants where lawyers are scarce Marty Rosenbluth stood in front of his KitchenAid and poured flour into the mixer, clad in cargo shorts and a white tank top with part of a phoenix tattoo peeking out by his left shoulder. […]

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9 great Amazon Prime perks you didnt know about until now

October 31, 2018

Here are 9 advantages that many Prime members may not even realize exist – and there’s no better time to start harnessing them. 1. Great discounts at Whole Foods Amazon bought Whole Foods for $13.7 billion in 2017, looking to the struggling store as a way to get further into the retail game. Prime members […]

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What’s it like living in a shared house?

October 30, 2018

‘They cram as many people into one space’ She says her landlord has “crammed” four people on to the ground floor of the end-terraced house in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. “The upstairs is then rented out as a flat where people come and go, it is almost like a hotel,” she said. “We’ve had builders, a […]

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Cannabis Could Be More Harmful To Teenagers’ Brains Than Alcohol

October 30, 2018

A new study suggests that cannabis smoking affects teenagers more than drinking alcohol. It seems that marijuana impacts thinking, memory, and behavior even after people stop using it. The research, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, followed 3,826 students starting from age 13 in the Greater Montreal area. The team studied the kids for four […]

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