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Trump cancels immigration scheme set up to help vulnerable children

Activists say youngsters will be at greater risk of trafficking and abuse
United States President Donald Trump has shut the door on an immigration assistance program that was set up to assist some of the world's children whose lives could be in danger. Activists are worried...
19 August 2017 -
S. Wanjiku

Floop (Trump) is a madman help us save us

More Americans calling for the 25th amendment to be invoked against the Donald
A popular phrase from the movie "Spy Kids" is "Floop is a madman help us save us, Floop is a madman help us save us. Increasingly this same thing is being said because of number 45. With all due...
20 August 2017 -
C. Preston

What's the difference between pancakes and crepes?

Did you know that one major ingredient separates the look of these two breakfast favorites?
When you order a pancake in the United States for breakfast, no one has any doubts as to what you're talking about. At restaurants, you will get small fluffy pancakes loaded with syrup and butter, and...
18 August 2017 -
M. Jane
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  • Amid Trump backlash, his U.N envoys says speaks out, isolate hate

    Nikki Haley has urged to people to isolate the hate-mongers within their ranks
    Nikki Haley, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, has told her staff that they must be prepared to fight back against hate. In an email seen on Friday by Reuters, Nikki said that...
    19 August 2017
    S. Wanjiku
  • Jill and Derick Dillard share what their new ministry is going to be

    The fans have been wondering what is going on with them now that they are staying in the United States.
    Everyone has been curious what is going on with Jill and Derick Dillard since the couple announced that they wouldn't be returning to Central America on mission trips. They did say that they would...
    16 August 2017
    M. Robinson
  • These George Carlin quotes perfectly describe today's America

    Carlin's views from the American Dream to the dishonesty of the media and politics are alive and well.
    There may never be another comedian who can break things down so eloquently and make sense out of this complicated mess we call “the world." The late great, George Carlin, knew how to push the...
    17 August 2017
    D. Wood
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  • Research study tests injection for possible HIV cure

    Deadly disease HIV and AIDS have been affecting millions of people worldwide.
    Gears Of Biz recently reported that a research group has been testing a possible injection in the hope that it could cure patients inflicted with HIV. The experimental injection produced effects that...
    6 August 2017
    J. L. Agustin
  • ‘House of Cards’ Season 6: Will Tom die next season?

    Tom has been dead serious to catch the Underwoods and bring them in prison, but will they seize him first?
    Netflix has yet to renew “House of Cards” Season 6, but speculations on what is going to happen next are already emerging. One of the questions fans have in mind is: now that Claire (Robin Wright)...
    28 July 2017
    B. Potts
  • North Korea scary? Not too much

    North Korea has a ballistic missile that can reach the United States. We’re prepared for hundreds or more.
    A lot of people I know, online and off, seem to be a bit preoccupied with the realization that North Korea could possibly have a nuclear ICBM that might reach America. I would like to try and...
    29 July 2017
    A. Gates
  • American military officials question Syrian Kurdish links to Turkish PKK

    One American general says that if American-backed Kurds in Syria do not reject the PKK, their relationship will be 'fraught with challenges.'
    The situation in Rojava, the predominantly-Kurdish region in Northern Syria which, since 2012, has maintained an autonomous government and its own self-defense forces, is tense. Despite firm Turkish...
    26 July 2017
    R. Glass
  • U.S. companies concerned at China’s proposed ban

    Largest waste firms say their recycling loads are certified and clean.
    China, the only nation dirtier than the United States, according to CO2 emissions, has thrown down the gauntlet on an environmental trade war of sorts. Plastic is the latest shot fired across the...
    30 July 2017
  • Terminally ill United Kingdom baby, Charlie Gard, dies

    The child at the center of so much controversy surrounding his care has passed away.
    Charlie Gard, the terminally ill 11-month-old baby who was denied permission to fly to the United States to partake in an experimental treatment that had never before been done on humans has,...
    28 July 2017
    F. Miller
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