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Hillary Clinton favorability underwater in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania

Hillary Rodham Clinton has the support of less than 50 percent of Democrats in these key states, and majorities say she is not honest and trustworthy

Could Joe Biden Win The Presidency?

In a mock election in Ohio, with Biden against Trump, Biden took 48 percent to Trump's 38 percent

US Seeks Arms Embargo On South Sudan

Conflict in the world’s youngest nation broke out in December 2013 when Kiir accused former vice president Riek Machar of plotting a coup to overthrow the government

North and South Korea 'exchange fire' at border

The South Korean military fired "tens" of 155mm artillery rounds to the origin point of the North Korean projectile after the incident

World's nuclear facilities vulnerable to cyber-attacks

The United States defence networks have already been compromised by hackers largely from Russia and China

German Parliament overwhelmingly approves Greek bailout

If Greece stands by its obligations and the program is completely and resolutely implemented, then the Greek economy can grow again

Can't go to Mars? At least sign the card

By participating in this opportunity to send your name aboard InSight to the Red Planet, you’re showing that you’re part of that journey and the future of space exploration

Trump and Sanders- A Strange Duo

Sanders and Trump may be riding high at the moment, but where will they be at this time next year? Should they be written off or will they survive the primary season? It's too early to tell

Thai police: Bangkok bomber did not act alone

The attack left at least 11 foreigners dead, with British, Chinese, Singaporeans, Indonesians and a family from Malaysia among the victims

Canada's attempt to deport man arrested for terrorism stalls

Malik was arrested in March for allegedly plotting a suicide bombing in downtown Toronto. "Canada wants him out. Pakistan won't take him

Will American Elections Ever Again Be Legitimate?

Thom plus logo Only an established, legal "right to vote" can defeat Republican voter suppression.

Republican politicians and conservative commentators are shocked, shocked! that Chief Justice John Roberts would say that people who voted before election day in Pennsylvania but their ballots were delayed by Lewis DeJoy's sabotage of the Post Office should have their vote counted.

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