Highlights of this day in history: Nazi war crimes trial begins at Nuremberg; Robert F. Kennedy born; Britain's future Queen Elizabeth II marries; Spain's dictator Francisco Franco dies; Mexican.. USATODAY.com
The movie "Jackie" follows the aftermath of JFK's death with a stunning performance by Natalie Portman. With the way the movie is structured, it seems better fit for the stage than the screen. Director.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
November 15, 2016 marked a national day of action against the the Dakota Access Pipeline (Credit Lauretta Prevost, Mirrors and Hammers, www.mirrorsandhammers.com Source: Real News Network - Affiliate -
Highlights of this day in history: Nazi war crimes trial begins at Nuremberg; Robert F. Kennedy born; Britain's future Queen Elizabeth II marries; Spain's dictator Francisco Franco dies; Mexican.. Source: Associated Press -
Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners - The company building a $3.8 billion oil pipeline - sought a federal judge's permission Tuesday to evade President Barack Obama's administration and move ahead.. Source: Wochit News -
At first, grief and shock. Then rage. Now action. Too many of us will vent angrily for weeks, perhaps till New Years eve, and then go back to car pools, work, kids soccer games, charitable.. Huffington Post
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Should we allow states to decide whether black Americans may marry white Americans? Today, such an idea seems absurd. Most Americans believe that states shouldn't be.. The American Prospect
Kennedy Townsend, former U.S. deputy assistant attorney general and Maryland’s first woman lieutenant governor, is the niece of the 35th President for whom the California-based University was named... PRWeb
Ewan McGregor suits up for the 10th Annual GO Campaign Gala held at Manuela on Saturday (November 5) in Los Angeles. The 45-year-old actor was joined on the red carpet by his wife Eve Mavrakis as well.. Just Jared
WASHINGTON ― “Loving,” a film from writer-director Jeff Nichols (”Midnight Special,” “Take Shelter”) that opens in theaters on Friday, tells the story of Loving v. Virginia, the landmark.. Huffington Post
Today, the Middle East is in its worst shape since WWII--civil wars in Syria and Yemen; insurgency in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya; unprecedented oppression in Bahrain and Egypt; heightened instability.. Huffington Post
This Blog is co-authored by Jonathan D. Greenberg, Scholar in Residence, Daniel Martin Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, Stanford Law School.
On April 4, 1967, a year to the.. Huffington Post
Jonathan D. Greenberg, Scholar in Residence at The Daniel Gould Center for Conflict Resolution at Stanford Law School co-authored this article with me.
We are tied together in.. Huffington Post
Featuring Mark Cuban, Richard Branson, Harvey Weinstein, Stella McCartney, Russell Simmons, Donald Rumsfeld, Kevin O’Leary, Cindy Crawford, Steve Ballmer, Tommy Hilfiger, Donny Deutsch, Belinda.. PRWeb
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Turkey’s Anadolu News Agency, though government-run, is providing remarkably clear and reliable diagrammatic descriptions of the current.. Zero Hedge
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While presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded verbal jabs at the Al Smith Dinner and showed some icy awkwardness, Cardinal Timothy Dolan thought a moment of.. Eurasia Review Also reported by •CNA
1968 was a year of triumphs and tragedies. While America reached a new pinnacle by introducing the first ever 747 alongside Apollo 8 successfully orbiting the moon, all was not well down on Earth. The.. Express and Star
By Kevin J. Jones
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput did not enjoy his first and only encounter with two leaders of Catholics United.
“It was an interesting experience,” Archbishop Chaput recounted.. Eurasia Review
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct 14, 2016 / 05:53 pm (CNA).- Archbishop Charles J. Chaput did not enjoy his first and only encounter with two leaders of Catholics United.
“It was an interesting experience,”.. CNA
Following a leaked email from prominent political actors about a possible “Catholic Spring” movement to plant “seeds of the revolution” within the Church, the U.S. bishops’ conference has.. Eurasia Review