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World's large refugee camp in Kenya could be 'the future'

Dadaab is the world’s largest refugee camp, where the United Nations says 350,302 people live

Russia May Expand Military Across Eastern Europe

Russia could open new air force bases in neighboring countries

'I Cannot Lose Presidential Race'

It's official: John McAfee is running for president of the United States

Iran Nuke Deal: Will US Troops In Region Be At Risk?

There are 35,000 US troops in the Middle East region. More than 3,000 American soldiers in Iraq are training and supporting Iraqi Security Forces

Workers march through Trenton to call for minimum wage hike

Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson and state representatives pledged their support for the workers. Source: nj.com

Clinton To Push For Campaign Finance Reform

Among her new plans are laws to close loopholes that allow outside groups to spend millions of dollars on political groups and candidates in secret. Source: International Business Times

Pulitzer Prize Reporter Exposes Trump’s Lack of Wealth, Mob Ties, Failure to Support Charity, and Much More

Author: K.J. McElrath is a former history and social studies teacher who has long maintained a keen interest in legal and social issues (From: www.ringoffireradio.com)

Taxpayers Fund Yet Another Unneeded Building in Afghanistan

The latest disclosure raises the total for surplus buildings uncovered by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction to nearly $42 million

Hillary Clinton email trove shows concern with Netanyahu's psyche

As US secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton spent plenty of time in daunting foreign territory

2nd & 4th Husband of KY Clerk who denies issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses says “I’m a redneck hillbilly”

By: Joshua De Leon Josh de Leon is a writer and researcher with Ring of Fire www.ringofireradio.com

"The Saddest Thing Is This Won't Be Breaking News"

Thom plus logo As the world burns, and more and more fossil fuels are being used every day planet-wide, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels passed 416 ppm this week at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. In the 300,000 years since the emergence of modern humans, carbon dioxide levels have never been this high.