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Students as teachers

Facing the world adults are wrecking.

What mission accomplished? More questions than answers after Syria bombing

Hopefully, policy makers in the future will realize that drawing 'red lines' in terms of conflicts in other countries creates dangers of its own.

911 operator sentenced to probation after hanging up on thousands of emergency calls

After a jury found her guilty of interference with emergency telephone calls, Williams was recently sentenced to community service and 18 months probation.

Despite disappointing returns, oil driller pushes ahead with fracking near rare Texas wildlands

Apache's big oilfield dreams risk doing irreversible harm to an irreplaceable place .
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A third party? How not to settle for the lesser of two evils

In order to get the candidates you want elected you need to get involved, now – in the primaries and in changing your state to ranked-choice voting.

A few hard questions for Comey

It's time James Comey's provide answers to a few questions about the bureau's perverse role in that election.

Maine Supreme Court upholds use of ranked-choice voting, will be used in midterm election

"Today's decision by the Maine Supreme Court confirms that the Maine people are sovereign and have the final say."

The secret of the great American fracking bubble

The series will look at how fracking companies are shifting these epic losses to the American taxpayers.

Tennessee legislators strip $250.000 from Memphis for removing Confederate statues

Republican-dominated House in Tennessee voted to strip away $250,000 from Memphis’ bicentennial celebration next year in retaliation for removing the historical monuments.

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