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University professor hacked to death in Bangladesh

NEW DELHI (AP) — A university professor on his way to work in northwestern Bangladesh was hacked to death Saturday in an attack similar to other killings by suspected Muslim militants, police said. … Read entire article »

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At London youth event, Obama pushes diplomacy over force

LONDON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Saturday urged the next generation of British leaders to give serious thought to how they solve problems, turning a light-hearted question about priorities for his successor into a treatise on his preference for diplomacy over military conflict. … Read entire article »

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The Latest: Tuvalu urges global action on climate change

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Latest on the U.N. signing ceremony for the climate change agreement (all times local): … Read entire article »

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Seoul: N. Korea appears to fire submarine-launched missile

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Saturday fired what appeared to be a ballistic missile from a submarine off its northeast coast, South Korea’s Defense Ministry said. … Read entire article »

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Woman who set newborn on fire in road sentenced to 30 years

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (AP) — A woman who set her newborn on fire and left her in the middle of a New Jersey street has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. … Read entire article »

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Virginia governor restores voting rights to 200K felons

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — More than 200,000 convicted felons will be eligible to vote and run for public office in Virginia under a sweeping executive order announced Friday by Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. … Read entire article »

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Kalamazoo shooting suspect competent to assist his lawyer

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A man accused of killing six people in southwestern Michigan has been found competent to understand the murder charges against him and assist his attorney. … Read entire article »

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The Latest: Obama's advice to young activists: compromise

LONDON (AP) — The Latest on President Barack Obama’s visit to the United Kingdom (all times local): … Read entire article »

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Activists: Syrian government strikes kill 25

BEIRUT (AP) — Opposition activists say Syrian government strikes have killed 25 people, mostly civilians, in attacks on rebel-held areas near the capital and in the country’s largest city. … Read entire article »

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Turkey detains 6 IS militants for suspected attacks plan

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — A Turkish official says authorities have detained six suspected Islamic State militants who were allegedly planning to carry out attacks in the central Turkish city of Konya. … Read entire article »

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Hundreds Protest in Support of ‘Anti-Racist’ Student Arrested for Spray-Painting Anti-White Graffiti

Hundreds Protest in Support of ‘Anti-Racist’ Student Arrested for Spray-Painting Anti-White Graffiti

Hundreds Protest Student’s Arrest for Painting Anti-White Graffiti (Image source: Twitter) Hundreds of activists are crying “racism” after a black student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was arrested for spray-painting “THE DEVIL IZ A WHITE MAN” on campus. The Wisconsin State Journal reports UW-Madison student Denzel McDonald, known as … Read entire article »

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Rainbow Appears Over Prince's House After Death

Rainbow Appears Over Prince's House After Death

Rainbow Appears Over Prince’s House After Death (Image: WCCO-TV) People poured into the area around Prince’s home in Santa Monica, Calif., Thursday afternoon and evening to share their grief and memories of the iconic rock star, who passed away Thursday morning at the age of 57. He must have known how much … Read entire article »

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Uncommon Sense: Celebrities Boycotting North Carolina

Uncommon Sense: Celebrities Boycotting North Carolina

Uncommon Sense: Celebrities Boycotting North Carolina Welcome to “Uncommon Sense.” This is a safe space to mock “safe spaces.” This is the place to offend the easily offended. It is time to stop blindly accepting the viewpoint of the perpetual victim. At Uncommon Sense, the mind-numbingly stupid will find … Read entire article »

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EXCLUSIVE: New Report Shows 3/4 of Illegal Aliens w/ Children Don't Show Up to Court

EXCLUSIVE: New Report Shows 3/4 of Illegal Aliens w/ Children Don't Show Up to Court

A report obtained by MRCTV from President Obama’s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) shows at least 73 percent of all illegal alien adults who unlawfully crossed the U.S. border with children since the summer of 2014 did not appear in court for their final immigration hearing. EOIR told MRCTV in an email that of the 21,163 adults with children released on alternatives to detention (referred to by the administration as AWC/ATDs) whose cases have been … Read entire article »

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VIDEO: The Week in Liberalism: April 18 – April 22, 2016

VIDEO: The Week in Liberalism: April 18 – April 22, 2016

VIDEO: The Week In Liberalism: April 18 – April 22, 2016         From clearly unemployed “Democracy Spring” protestors to nationwide debates over which bathroom to use, here’s MRCTV’s weekly rundown of the dumbest things that liberals said and did over the last five days. [intermarkets_ad]   … Read entire article »

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As Obama Praises ‘Earth Day,’ Unemployment Soars in Coal Towns

As Obama Praises ‘Earth Day,’ Unemployment Soars in Coal Towns

As Obama Praises ‘Earth Day,’ Unemployment Soars in Coal Towns On April 22, the day nationally recognized as “Earth Day,” President Obama took a moment to tout his presidential accomplishments in combating climate change and helping save the world from “some of the most devastating impacts of … Read entire article »

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MSU Sued by Student Who Says He Was Booted From Program Because of His Christian Beliefs

MSU Sued by Student Who Says He Was Booted From Program Because of His Christian Beliefs

MSU Sued: Student Says He Was Booted Out for His Christian Beliefs   Andrew Cash is suing Missouri State University (MSU), a public university located in Springfield, Missouri, because it kicked him out of its master’s program in counseling. Cash claims that he was thrown out because he said that his … Read entire article »

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Black Lives Matter Supporter Interrupts Milo Yiannopoulos Q&A at American Univ.

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Black Lives Matter Supporter Interrupts Milo Yiannopoulos Q&A at American Univ.

VIDEO: Black Lives Matter Supporter Interrupts Milo Yiannopoulos Q&A An apparent supporter of the “Black Lives Matter” movement interrupted a Q&A session by Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos, who spoke at American University Thursday night. Yiannopoulos’ provocative talk focused on free speech issues and feminism, garnering a protest outside … Read entire article »

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‘Bad Lip Reading’ Hilariously Roasts Dem Debate

‘Bad Lip Reading’ Hilariously Roasts Dem Debate

The folks behind the popular Youtube phenomenon “Bad Lip Reading” (BLR) have done it again, this time with a hysterical parody of a recent Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders — though a vast majority of the video singles out Sanders for ridicule. Among some of the funny lines is a facetious claim by Sanders that he has a glass child he named “little Bong-Bong.” [intermarkets_ad] Watch it for yourself here:     … Read entire article »

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Exclusive Report: Border Agents Made 1,075 Apprehensions PER DAY in March

Exclusive Report: Border Agents Made 1,075 Apprehensions PER DAY in March

Exclusive: Border Agents Made 1,075 Apprehensions PER DAY in March New data released Friday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows border agents apprehended 4,448 illegal alien family units at the Southwest U.S. border during the month of March – averaging about 143 family units per day. … Read entire article »

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